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-Analyze and Preparing Reports for Selection the Monitoring Systems

 KNMCE has the capability to design and install the following various types of surface and subsurface geotechnical instruments in large open pits:

  • Crackmeter

  • Tape Extensometer

  • Survey Monitoring

  • Laser Imaging

  • Real & Synthetic Aperture Radar

  • Inclinometers

  • Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR)

  • Borehole Extensometer

We are committed to provide high quality and reliable geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring results for our clients. Our services cover all aspects of Geotechnical monitoring and instrumentation, including design, installation, monitoring and report services. We can provide all of these services as consulting or specialist service.

-Analyze the Monitoring Data

 KNMCE is an expert in analyzing and interpretation of the measured monitoring data to evaluate the stability of open pit walls. We help our clients to detect any displacement and probable failure in pit construction and select the best solution to reduce the risk of instability in local or overall scale. Also our specialists can generate applicable technical reports in standard form based on analyzed data.

-Evacuation Plan and Hazard Map Consultancy

 Our instrumentation and monitoring expertise extends to a wide variety of sectors, where we provide the best monitoring solutions for your requirements such as preparing hazard maps and establishing an applicable evacuation plan (include evaluate current plans, procedures and incident records, Identify hazards, estimate probability and assess potential impact on people, property and business, Review codes and regulations, Develop training programs, Develop a communication strategy and Write the plan).

-Geotech Alarm Set Up Assistance

 KNMCE teams have experience in the most advanced and sophisticated Geotech alarm system and its set up. We help our clients to determine input parameters on systems that define the condition for alarm generation and select the best range of alarm triggers such as threshold displacement, time and size of failure.