Dam Safety in Oklahoma: Monitoring structural, environmental, & urban risk using Geospatial AI

Dam Safety in Oklahoma: Monitoring structural, environmental, and urban risk using Geospatial AI

This webinar, co-hosted by The Oklahoma Water Resources Board, explored the use of Geospatial AI as a remote, frequent, and accurate way of monitoring dams and the surrounding environment.

Webinar Details

Webinar happened on Tuesday, 27th April 2021 at 4:00 PM (GMT)

Zach Hollandsworth from The Oklahoma Water Resources Board joined Camilla Braithwaite from Rezatec to discuss how Geospatial AI can be used as a remote, frequent, and accurate way of monitoring dams and the surrounding environment.

  • Introduction by Oklahoma Water Resources Board
  • Rezatec’s Dam Monitoring technology
    • What is Geospatial AI?
    • How it works
    • Capabilities and limitations
  • Application for Structural Dam Monitoring: 
    • Ground Motion
    • Vegetation moisture and vigour
  • Monitoring environmental and Urban risk:
    • Dam hazard classification
    • Flood plain – Land use change
    • Urban encroachment
  • Benefits to taking a data driven approach 

During this session, you’ll learn how Geospatial AI works, how to use it to monitor structural, environmental, and urban risk, and the benefits of taking a data driven approach. Enabling you to dynamically manage the integrity and safety of your asset base: remotely, at scale, cost-effectively.

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Camilla Braithwaite

Job Title: Product Manager

Company: Rezatec

Zach Hollandsworth

Job Title: Oklahoma Dam Safety Program Lead Engineer

Company: The Oklahoma Water Resources Board

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