Ground-based radar

Ground-based radar monitoring is related to InSAR, and is used for detailed monitoring of settlements and displacements in the ground surface and structures.

Published 15.03.2023

Ground-based radar interferometry has, in contrast to satellite InSAR a fixed location for all measurements enabling highly accurate and continuous frequent monitoring of infrastructure and instabilities in the ground, slopes and rock walls. The aim is to identify movements that can lead to hazards such as rock failure or fall and the increased load on infrastructure that can help guide mitigation measurements.

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