Satellite based ground and structure deformation monitoring made simple.
ATLAS™ is our InSAR solution for remote monitoring of ground deformation with millimetric accuracy.
ATLAS™ uses raw data from satellite constellations that we process to deliver time-series ground motion data with a density of up to 20,000 pts /Km2.
Stand alone or in conjunction with more traditional instrumentation it provides unique information about your site or infrastructure without any installation on the ground.
SAR sensors have been monitoring the earth since 1992 allowing for retroactive studies. On most cities, image archives are available allowing for surface deformation assessment in the past.
This is particularly useful to take into consideration ground instability in the design phase.
When using high resolution satellite images ATLAS™ provides results with a resolution of 3m x 3m and a density up to 20,000 Pts/Km2.
This yields an unrivalled level of information to analyse and understand the situation and behaviour of your site whatever its size, infrastructure or the whole city.
ATLAS™ outcomes are measurement layers of many thousands to a few million measurement points depending on the nature of the surface.
While precise levelling is carried out in one specific area at a rate of around 100 points monitored per day, ATLAS™ can provide more than 20,000 measurements points per km2 in urban environments.
Precise levelling, Automatic Total Station and InSAR are complementary technologies and if properly deployed, the combination of the three can significantly lower the cost of ground deformation monitoring with richer delivery of information.
BEYOND™ Satellite is our web based delivery platform for all of your projects. With an architecture optimised for “big data”, visualisation and analysis of millions of data points is smooth and intuitive.
For urban or rural environments, ATLAS™ yields outstanding outcomes for monitoring almost any type of asset. Buildings, airports, ports, dams, roadways, railways, mines...
For monitoring settlement induced by underground excavation and/or dewatering (tunnel construction, mining…) ATLAS™ stands out. Its ability to monitor simultaneously large areas with high density and accuracy is absolutely unique and highly valuable.
No wonder ATLAS™ is becoming a standard in ground & structure deformation.