By means of automatic monitoring systems, the most significant geotechnical and weather parameters for the stability of landslide fronts can be monitored remotely, continuously and in real time, by means of wireless stations and other devices located on the landslide. These systems allow analysing current movements and understanding the evolution of the most significant parameters, such as the sloping profiles of the landslide body, the water table levels and the structural deformation. One of the strengths of the CAE offer is the massive use of ultra low consumption wireless devices which can be configured in a Mesh type network. Data and pictures can always be viewed remotely, to assess any risks due to the evolution of the instability, allowing a timely activation of civil defense plans when necessary.
- Structural deformation
- Rain intensity and accumulation
- Water table level
- Interstitial pressure
- Deep and superficial movements