Highlights from the “Satellite and geotechnical data for utility, construction and climate” conference

On 7 December 2021, Geopartner Inspections, Geo and Klimatorium hosted a well-attended conference about the use of satellite data and geotechnical data.

The talks were not only very good, but very interesting. Some companies spoke, for example, about how these new sources of data would add value to their operations.

The conference also marked the end of the two-year InSARinSub project, which was supported by the European Space Agency, ESA. See and hear talks by utility supply companies Aarhus Vand and Lemvig Vand as well as Odense Municipality and the Danish Coastal Authority as they talk about how the new satellite data and geotechnical data can be used to add value to their asset management and administrative tasks.

The Value of Earth Observation Data

Alice Barthe, Geospatial Analytics Engineer, European Space Agency

Hear Alice talk about ESA’s work, including how ESA has collaborated with Geopartner and Geo to develop new tools for climate adaptation, utility supply and construction by integrating data from EU Sentinel-1 satellites with geological information.

PSInSAR to map ground displacement

Vincent Phelep, radarspecialist, Geopartner Inspections

Hear Vincent talk about new applications for satellite-calculated ground motion data, with specific examples.

Satellitdata – Nyt værktøj og Satellite data – New tools and export potential for the utility supply sector

Albert Jensen, head of development, Lemvig Vand

Listen to what Albert has to say about how satellite data and knowledge about subterranean dynamics can create value for utility supply operators and realise export potentials.

Monitoring and maintenance of Lemvig Vand’s pipeline network

Albert Jensen, head of development, Lemvig Vand

Listen to Albert’s talk about how Lemvig Vand incorporates satellite data and geological data as elements in its data-driven monitoring of its pipeline network and to support decision-making processes.

Indledende overvågning af Initial monitoring of subsidence at dikes north of urban Odense

Gert Laursen, slotsgeolog, Odense Gert Laursen, castle geologist, Odense Municipality, and Steen Frandsen, GIS employee, Odense Municipality

Hear what Gert and Steen have to say about the challenges posed by water in Odense and about how Odense Municipality will now use satellite data and radar reflectors as part of the municipality’s climate adaptation measures.

Satellite-based terrain motion – Focus areas for 2022/2023

Joanna Balasis-Levinsen, remote sensing specialist, Styrelsen for Joanna Balasis-Levinsen, remote sensing specialist, the Danish Agency for Data Supply and Efficiency (SDFE)

Hear what Gert and Steen have to say about the challenges posed by water in Odense and about how Odense Municipality will now use satellite data and radar reflectors as part of the municipality’s climate adaptation measures.

Map GM og GeoAtlas Live v.2.0

Niels Broge, projektchef, Niels Broge, project manager, Geopartner Inspections & Mads Robenhagen, departmental manager, Geo

Listen to what Niels and Mads have to say about the new solutions for the visualisation and comparison of data about ground motion and geology.

Satellitdata og geotekniske data til forsyning, anlæSatellite and geotechnical data for utility supply, construction and climate

Kim Kallestrup, senior project manager, Aarhus Vand

Hør Kim fortælle om to konkrete Hear Kim talk about two specific cases from Aarhus where satellite data and geological science are being used to determine the risk of subsidence for use in utility supply asset management.

Monitoring of ground motion and water level in coastal areas

Carlo Sørensen, senior advisor, the Danish Coastal Authority

Listen to Carlo’s talk about ground motion and its impact in relation to the risk of flooding and to climate adaptation.

Map Climate – new product

Karsten Vognsen, head of business, Geopartner Inspections

Listen to Karsten’s talk about Map Climate, which is a new product on the way from Geopartner that will strengthen municipalities’ ability to deal with the challenges posed by water from above, from below and from the side.

Would you also like to find out more about how the use of this data can give you a better starting point for efficient data-driven asset management, for example in utility supply and construction, or to ensure better support for climate adaptation?  Then give us a call…

Niels Henrik Broge
Projektchef
Mobil +45 4131 8534
nhb@geopartner.dk
Karsten Vognsen
Forretningschef
Mobil +45 5151 7351
kvo@geopartner-inspections.com