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Geoscope™

Geoscope™

Integrated & comprehensive data management system.

Sixense Oceania

Geoscope™ is a state-of-the-art monitoring information hub.

The platform is truly versatile, fit for projects of any size but particularly well-suited to large projects where different types of data are consolidated for analysis.

  • Total Station / prisms from all manufacturers)
  • Reflectorless laser point (Centaur)
  • Atlas-InSAR (Satellite monitoring)
  • Piezometer
  • Level-meter
  • Inclinometer
  • Tilt-meter
  • Crack-meter
  • Extensometer
  • Dewatering borehole
  • Settlement gauges
  • Liquid Level
  • Continuous Operating Ref System (CORS)
  • Process parameters (TBM pressure, flow…)
  • Noise & vibrations
  • Dust & Air quality
  • Rain falls
  • Weather data
  • Manual readings
  • Visual inspections
  • CCTV
  • Attached documents

Geoscope™ Features

All your data in one place

Geoscope is a data hub that manages all types of geotechnical, structural and environmental data with an emphasis on real-time monitoring.

Geoscope is versatile, whilst equally suited to small projects with a few sensors and large & complex projects with thousands of sensors.

All your data in one place

A comprehensive eco-system

The Geoscope platform includes a desktop, web and mobile application. It takes into consideration the size and portability of each platform for a better user experience.

The mobile application (IOS & Android) is dedicated to alarm management: receive notification, visualise & analyse time series data, acknowledge alarms with comments & share the information.

A comprehensive eco-system

Dynamic acquisition of 3rd party data

As a data hub, Geoscope acquires data from third parties in real time, allowing for enhanced data analytics and insights.

Dynamic acquisition of 3rd party data

Powerful alarm & reporting features

Alarm management and data reporting are the key deliverables of a monitoring system.

Geoscope includes a powerful alarm management system across the ecosystem as well as automatic integrated data reporting.

Powerful alarm & reporting features

Versatile & customisable

For monitoring a tunnel, heritage building, railway, mine or waterway, Geoscope is a tool box that allows to create your own application, whatever its domain and size.

Versatile & customisable

Projects using Geoscope™

Westgate Tunnel

Sixense has been awarded the comprehensive monitoring (Geotechnical, Structural & Environmental) of the tunnel section and environmental monitoring of the freeway & bridge sections.

To monitor the instrumentation, a site-wide radio network has been established and used in conjunction with hundreds of wireless self powered dataloggers.

For structure and deformation monitoring Cyclops is deployed to monitor the 3D deformation of retaining walls, structures and roadways.

For geotechnical monitoring a large array of instruments are installed, including ground water piezometers and inclinometers.

11

Cyclops + 1,000 Prisms

150 million

Measurements (& counting)

122

Report templates

200

WV Piezometers

Westgate Tunnel Westgate Tunnel Westgate Tunnel Westgate Tunnel

Jwaneng Diamond mine - Botswana

Jwaneng Mine is the flagship of the Debswana Diamond Company in Botswana. The mine became fully operational in August 1982 and there is an ongoing program to reach 624 metres. This operation is supported by a far-reaching instrumentation and monitoring network.

Instrumentation is provided by different vendors and Sixense has integrated all data in Geoscope allowing for cross-correlation of data types to enhance data insights and sytem reliability.

8

Slope stability radar

125

Types of different instrumentation

170 million

Measurements per day

36

Hydrological Sensors

Jwaneng Diamond mine - Botswana Jwaneng Diamond mine - Botswana

Barangaroo

The Barangaroo development project is completing the sweep of experiences along the Sydney CBD western waterfront and involves the construction of a number of landmark towers and structures.

A comprehensive and integrated real-time monitoring system was installed to monitor the foundation excavation and construction. Due to the heavily polluted ground material, all instruments were automated with wireless real-time dataloggers, to reduce man-power on site, and streamline data collection and reporting.

18

Load cells

18

Automatic inclinometers

7

Groundwater piezometer

Geoscope

for reporting

Barangaroo Barangaroo

Melbourne Metro Tunnel

The Metro Tunnel is Melbourne involves constructing 9km of twin rail tunnels and five underground stations from North Melbourne through to the Domain precinct, via the CBD. The two stations caverns in the CBD are complex, each involving multiple shafts, entrance-ways, and adits, which are constructed with minimal disruption to the bustling city above.

Sixense is using CYCLOPS to provide automatic real-time deformation monitoring of structures and buildings. A significant achievement, and a first-of-a-kind, has been the real-time monitoring of the interior cavern construction using a complex group of networked Cyclops, allowing reference data to be transferred along the cavern to provide data with sub-millimetre precision.

60

CYCLOPS

16

Live tracks

4,600

Prisms

8

Shafts

Melbourne Metro Tunnel Melbourne Metro Tunnel Melbourne Metro Tunnel Melbourne Metro Tunnel

Williamstown Railway Line

A number of sensitive infrastructures exist along the path of West Gate Tunnel project, which require monitoring to ensure their safe and continued operation, one of which is the Williamstown railway track.

Sixense has installed a Cyclops system to monitor the displacement of the Williamstown railway tracks in real-time. Prisms are installed and monitored to ensure track movement is within tolerances, with data sent wirelessly to Geoscope for data visualisation and reporting. Any movement of track monitoring prisms exceeding set thresholds will automatically trigger alarms to be sent to the stakeholders involved.

1

Solar powered Cyclops

52

Track monitoring prisms

Williamstown Railway Line Williamstown Railway Line Williamstown Railway Line

City Rail Link - C1

The City Rail Link is the largest transport infrastructure project ever to be undertaken in New Zealand. It includes a 3.45km twin-tunnel underground rail link up to 42 metres below the city centre transforming the downtown Britomart Transport Centre into a two-way through-station that better connects the Auckland rail network.

The Contract 1 (C1) consists of the construction of the tunnels under the Chief Post Office and involved a load transfer of the supporting columns of the building allowing for excavation underneath. It required real-time monitoring with millimeter accuracy to guarantee the integrity of the heritage structure.

15

CYCLOPS

1300

Days of monitoring

1,102

Sensors in the field

322 Million

Measurements

City Rail Link - C1 City Rail Link - C1 City Rail Link - C1 City Rail Link - C1

WestConnex M5

The New M5 tunnel is Stage 2 of WestConnex, Australia’s largest integrated transport and urban revitalisation project and is being delivered by Sydney Motorway Corporation (SMC) on behalf of the NSW Government.

Sixense has designed and installed a system to monitor track deformations in real-time during adjacent tunnel construction works. Our patented Cyclops system is measuring track-parameters, such as top, line, cant and twist with millimetric precision, and sending real-time alarms to stakeholders when set thresholds are exceeded.

2

Solar powered Cyclops

168

Track monitoring prisms

4

Live railway tracks

WestConnex M5 WestConnex M5 WestConnex M5

Level Crossing Removal Project

The Victorian Government is removing 75 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne by 2025, the largest project of its kind in Victorian history. The level crossing at Glenroy Road, Glenroy is being removed by lowering the rail line under the road.

Sixense have installed structural monitoring sensors, including monitoring prisms, tiltmeters and crackmeters, on sensitive infrastructure adjacent to the works and is providing real-time monitoring, with data, sensor exceedance alarms and reports available in Geoscope.

Additionally, Sixense is providing environmental consultancy services to optimise the works and provide mitigation measures where applicable. Environmental monitoring is also being carried out using noise and vibration sensors, with data available in Geoscope.

Structural

Monitoring

Environmental

Consultancy

Level Crossing Removal Project Level Crossing Removal Project Level Crossing Removal Project

City Loop tunnels

The construction of the State Library Station Cavern of the Melbourne Metro Tunnel project involves mining twin nozzle tunnels that come within less than 1m of the existing City Loop tunnels, which are critical to the smooth running of Melbourne's entire public transport network and must not be impacted in any way.

Sixense has installed its patented Cyclops system in each of the four City Loop tunnels for the monitoring of tunnel deformation in real-time. Displacement data with sub-millimetre precision is delivered to our client in real-time whilst trains continuously travel through the tunnel, ensuring all stakeholders that tunnel construction works are not impacting the safe operation of existing passenger train services.

4

Cyclops

4

Live railway tunnels

298

Monitoring prisms

<1m

Distance from new to existing tunnel

City Loop tunnels City Loop tunnels City Loop tunnels

City Rail Link - C6

The City Rail Link (CRL) Contract C6 involves storm water diversion works in Mt. Eden for the construction of a new underground storm water tunnel between Water and Nikau Streets. Sixense has been selected to install and monitor groundwater and structure deformation sensors during micro TBM works.

Deformation monitoring included deploying Sixense's patented Cyclops system to monitor KiwiRail railway tracks in real-time, which included calculation of track parameters, such as gradient, cant, twist, vert and horz. Groundwater monitoring was conducted wirelessly using a proprietary site-wide radio datalogging system. Geoscope was used to display data and generate reports, where any sensor reading exceeding set thresholds will automatically generate alarms that are distributed to all stakeholders.

2

Cyclops

52

Road monitoring prisms

20

Rail monitoring prisms

1

Groundwater piezometer

City Rail Link - C6 City Rail Link - C6
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