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InSAR and EO for infrastructure - new CIRIA guidance

Join us for the launch of CIRIA’s new, highly anticipated, good practice guide 'Earth observation and InSAR techniques for infrastructure’ (C805).

Earth Observation (EO) encompasses an extremely broad suite of technologies that have come of age over the past 15 years and are expanding into a new era of cloud processing, very high resolution and near real-time service delivery. Technological improvements have brought spaceborne EO data products to the point where their spatial and temporal resolutions are of immediate relevance and benefit to the infrastructure community. Infrastructure asset stakeholders can now make use of the globally available cost-effective spaceborne solutions to address their need to map, measure and monitor multi-scale, rapidly changing and spatially complex assets of all kinds. To fully capitalise on these EO solutions, their benefits and the necessary steps for their uptake need to be clear and readily understandable to the asset owner, ie access and adoption need to be as easy and practicable as possible.

These guidelines are aimed at improving accessibility to EO technology by providing an understanding of techniques and products, as applied to infrastructure management.

CIRIA's new guidance Earth Observation and InSAR techniques for infrastructure (C805) is available to order from our bookshop.

Sponsorship opportunities
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Susan Richards.

Why attend
  • Gain insight from the project team as they provide an overview of the guide and its findings
  • Learn why the new guidance is essential to the infrastructure asset management industry
  • Hear how EO and InSAR can be strategically used to aid the efficient management of infrastructure assets and see a snapshot of industry case studies
  • Participate in a live Q&A session with the authors and speakers
  • Earn valuable CPD
Who should attend
  • Asset owners, engineers and other stakeholders involved in the life cycle of infrastructure assets, particularly those responsible for planning, design, construction, management, operations and maintenance.
  • Senior decision makers from a non-technical background.
  • Organisations part of a supply chain providing services to national infrastructure clients.
  • Those responsible for Earth Observation and InSAR policies.
Friday 24 February 2023
09:30 – 11:00

09:30 Welcome and introduction
Jack Young, Project Manager, CIRIA

09:35 Setting the scene and government perspective
Iain McKenzie, Principal Geotechnical Engineer, Welsh Government

09:45 InSAR collaboration - National Highways, AECOM and Arup
James Codd, Associate Director Ground Engineering, AECOM

10:00 InSAR and Earth Observation techniques for infrastructure
Dr Philippa Mason, Senior Lecturer and Lead Author, Imperial College
London and Dr Núria Devanthéry Arasa, InSAR Technical Manager,

10:30 Interactive discussion and Q&A

10:55 Closing remarks

CIRIA members Free to attend
Non-members £75.00 + VAT

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2/24/2023 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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