August 8, Carl Pucci presented SILLE at the 2018 Annual Technical Forum for Geohazards Impacting Transportation. The event was hosted by Maryland Department of Transportation and sponsored by the Marshall University Center for Environmental, Geotechnical and Applied Sciences (CEGAS).
SILLE enables clients to monitor the sinking or rising of infrastructure in a simple manner anywhere in the world. The early warning system, which is based on data from the European Union’s Sentinel satellites, can detect these changes in large structures (such as bridges, pipelines, major buildings and port and mining areas) to within an accuracy of one millimetre. The service helps to prevent accidents resulting from infrastructure collapsing, thereby boosting safety in society.
More detailed information about Sille can be found online at https://www.sille.space
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