EFEE Newsletter February 2019 discusses deformation monitoring system SILLE developed by Datel.
EFEE (European Federation of Explosives Engineers) Newsletter February 2019 discusses space based infrastructure deformation monitoring system SILLE developed by Datel. Active mining processes can cause seismic activity, negatively affecting communities and infrastructure. Satellite monitoring can identify subsidence and structural defects that are otherwise undetectable. Read Datel´s article on pg 37-45.
March 5th, Datel Ovela together with FEMA leaders presented SILLE at the "Opportunity Project Day" in Washington D.C.
Datel presented SILLE at the FedGeoday 2019 in Washington D.C.
January 31st, Carl Pucci presented SILLE at the Federal Government Conference „FedGeoday 2019“ in Washington D.C. The goal of this conference was to build and educate existing government, ngo, and educational communities around open source geospatial tools and management.
Join us at Tehnopol Startup Incubator’s Coffee Morning, Tue, February 12 10:00 AM
Agu Leinfeld, Director of Software Development and Technology, will explain how SILLE -a space-based infrastructure deformation monitoring system, works.
Register via Eventbrite: https://tehnopol-spacemorning.eventbrite.com