WA Seminar – Remote Inspection Technique, followed by ACRA Christmas networking drinks
Remote Inspection Technique:
Topic 1: Elevated Water Tanks Inspection using Digital Twin and Thermal Imagery Technology
Presented by: Johnny Au (GHD, Senior Materials Engineer) / Ed Boxall (Sensorem, General Manager)
This presentation provides case studies of elevated water tank inspection using Digital Twin and thermal imagery technology. Digital Twin is a 3D digital replica of the asset using an open platform that allows effective data collaboration and assessment. While high resolution images can provide visual interpretation of defects, the imagery cannot readily detect a concrete delamination (identified by hollow sounding when hammer tapping the concrete surface) or surface wetness. An infra-red camera was used to obtain thermal imagery for prediction of concrete delamination and possible water leak in conjunction with the Digital Twin 3D imagery assessment.
Topic 2: Spatial Integration
Presented by : Christopher Stan-Bishop (Duratec Limited, Spatial Integration Division Manager)
The way we record data during asset inspections is changing rapidly as new technology is developed. What was once a labour-intensive process is becoming increasing automated and replaced with UAV and Artificial intelligence. Duratec’ s Spatial Integration Division is focussed on highly accurate capturing, remote visual inspection and measurement technology. By utilising high specification cameras mounted to unmanned vehicles, they can remotely capture and inspect hard to reach places as safely as possible and then build highly detailed and spatially accurate 3D models. The 3D reality models provide the experience of a site visit from any internet enabled device at survey-grade accuracy.
Feel free to call, or email me with your list of attendee names or register via this website.
Cost: Free for 2 people per corporate memberships
For any extra ACRA members and non-members, the cost is $55 pp
Venue: Ingot Hotel Perth
Doors open 5.45pm
The seminar start time is 6pm.