Automated Monitoring of Critical Infrastructure

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Geotech leaders: Stéphane-Éric Thivierge on GKM’s agnostic approach… and more

We were a small group using the technology to push data into the cloud

Railtrack Monitoring During Nearby Excavations – An interview with Victor Salinas


Worldsensing is a leader in IoT remote monitoring. It has over 3,000 network deployments around the world, in sectors including rail, mining and construction. Its solutions are primarily used to monitor how geotechnical, geospatial and structural conditions impact civil infrastructure to help prevent life-threatening incidents. Railway News interviewed Victor Salinas, an Application Expert at Worldsensing […]

International Women’s Day 2023

Promoting diversity and inclusion is not a tick-box exercise at Worldsensing. The company takes the promotion of a diverse workforce seriously as a way to enhance problem-solving and to better address the diversity of cultures in which it operates.

Answering your questions about the remote monitoring of bridges

We can provide a lot of devices which outperform typical geotechnical sensors

IoT Monitoring in Large Scale Projects – An interview with Sam Buckley by Railway News


The devices are embedded in the surface of the concrete blocks.

Smart tunnel linings: Everything you need to know


The devices are embedded in the surface of the concrete blocks.

5 keys to success in underground monitoring of mines


“In large mesh networks, you will end up needing more gateways, resulting in more maintenance.”

Geotech leaders: Dots Oyenuga of ASC and his lifetime in tunneling


We’re pushing the envelope and coming up with new applications for technologies—and it’s been a lot of fun.

Geotech leaders: Kim Malcolm of Geomotion; “I started in my garage”


I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved in Australia. We have become number one, from being a one-man band.

Smart tunnelling


“The only cables are going to be connecting a sensor with a logger, so externally … there’s no cable.”

IoT remote monitoring of open-pit mines: all your queries answered


Open a deep enough hole and pretty much anywhere you’re going to have water trying to infiltrate

IoT remote monitoring of open-pit mines

“Considering the dimensions [of mines], the advantages are clear of using a low-power, wide-area network.”


How monitoring can help make tailings dams safer

This ebook, written by our mining and IoT experts, will help you understand the new challenges and solutions in tailings dam monitoring.