Authors: Chrysanthos Steiakakis; Georgia Papavgeri; Nikos Steiakakis; Zach Agioutantis; Paul Schilizzi
Addresses: Geosysta Ltd, Kountouriotou 7, Melissia, 15127 Athens, Greece ' Geosysta Ltd, Kountouriotou 7, Melissia, 15127 Athens, Greece ' Geosysta Ltd, Kountouriotou 7, Melissia, 15127 Athens, Greece ' Department of Mining Engineering, University of Kentucky, 230 Mining and Minerals Resources Bldg., 504 Rose St., Lexington KY 40506-0107, USA ' Public Power Corporation, Athens, Greece
Abstract: A cloud-based near real-time data management system for geotechnical monitoring that can efficiently record, transfer, store, manage, process, analyse and evaluate monitoring data and generate easy to view and use information is presented. The database structure and manual of the system functionalities for addressing issues during data upload and processing, record handling for multisensory devices, data visualisation using common reference dates, data error correction and parametric handling of import files are presented in detail. New features that are in development include a more robust warning system and a journaling system for visual observations. The system can reliably and quickly generate alarms and information about excessive movements with respect to mining and other operations that require monitoring.
Keywords: geotechnical monitoring; visualisation; web application; data management system; cloud-based system.
International Journal of Mining and Mineral Engineering, 2019 Vol.10 No.2/3/4, pp.233 - 254
Received: 16 Jan 2019
Accepted: 22 Jul 2019
Published online: 10 Jan 2020 *