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How Displacement Monitoring Can Supercharge Geotechnical Engineers’ Advice

Displacement monitoring is an increasingly important part of geotechnical engineering. By collecting accurate data on displacement, engineers can make better-informed decisions about the stability of a structure or landform. However, traditional displacement monitoring solutions can be expensive and time-consuming. Automated displacement monitoring solutions offer a more efficient, frequent and cost-effective way to collect displacement data. …

How Monitum future-proofed its business with Industry 4.0 research collaboration

This article originally appeared in Australian Manufacturing Technology magazine, April 2022. Geospatial data is a critical component of every construction project, reducing risk and improving efficiencies. But gathering this data is often costly and labour intensive, something that Lee Hellen, Managing Director of leading Australian automated monitoring business, Monitum, knows firsthand. When working on a …

Research project to explore potentials of IoT sensor technology in infrastructure construction

This article originally appeared in PACE Today, July 2019. An Internet of Things (IoT) project bringing together key industry and research partners will research new satellite navigation monitoring sensors for infrastructure design and construction projects. Monitum, a Brisbane company of professional surveyors and geologists, has teamed up with researchers at QUT and the Innovative Manufacturing …

Brisbane builders to trial IoT trackers on construction sites

This article originally appeared in IT News, July 2019 High safety standards, low costs. Surveying and geology firm Monitum is exploring how hyper-specific location data can lower costs and increase safety on construction sites with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC). An 18-month ‘Mthing’ research project will …

Australian consortium to probe satellite system for close measurement of infrastructure projects

This article originally appeared in Global Construction Review, July 2019. Monitum, a Brisbane company of surveyors and geologists, has teamed up with researchers at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC) to research how the Internet of Things (IoT) and new satellite monitoring sensing can help big infrastructure projects. …