Real time geotechnical field data acquistion using a distributed approach

Jaselskis, Edward; White, David; Walters, Russell

A distributed geotechnical remote analysis of data system (Distributed G-RAD) can benefit both owners and contractors in providing better quality control and assurance on geotechnical projects. The Distributed G-RAD approach involves efficient data acquisition using PDAs with GPS capability, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for labeling soil samples, laser scanning for measuring lift thickness and volumes of stockpiles and borrow pits. Spatial data storage is provided using a geographic information system (GIS). Portions of this system are already developed while other parts are still being considered. This paper also describes how RFID and laser scanning technologies can be used in the larger Distributed G-RAD system.

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Jaselskis, Edward / White, David / Walters, Russell: Real time geotechnical field data acquistion using a distributed approach. 2004.

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