We are collaborating with the Northwest Brownfield Regeneration Forum (NWBRF) to jointly host our next discussion meeting in Manchester.
How successfully is the contaminated land industry embracing advances in data capture technology?
This event will provide a stimulating and informative discussion through a series of presentations relating to how our industry is embracing the technology that is available to us. We will look at what is available on the market to support our work from a contaminated land perspective and how this may be used to improve data accuracy and allow interrogation.
Is it just a case of financial investment or are there other factors to consider? We will also have some real-life case studies where there has been an application of digital data management tools with a discussion about where they have been successful, and where there are lessons to be learned.
In this ever-increasing digital world, as an industry, are we reaching our full potential in utilising the resources and technology available to us, or is there more we can be doing?
13:00 Registration and refreshments
13:30 Introduction from the Chair
13:40 Neil Coyne, RSK - Data collection and presentation tools in real life situations - now and in the future
14:10 Piers Edgell, Landmark Information Group - Examples of tools on the market, feedback on how they are being taken up by the industry and potential improvements.
14:40 Refreshment break
15:10 Matt Byerly, WSP - The Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs - i.e. Drones!) in Contaminated Land Risk Assessment
15:30 Maryam Hussain, Ambisense - Analytics & AI for environmental risk assessment
16:00 Q&A session
16:30 Event close
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