Webinar: IoT Remote Monitoring of Tailings Dams

Learn how to monitor various parameters to ensure the safety of tailings dams and comply with international regulations

• pore water pressure
• water level and water quality
• rainfall monitoring
• horizontal displacement
• vertical deformation at various depths
• movements across surface cracks
• tension and remaining load in ground anchors



Denis Guilhot, Ph.D.

Innovation Project Manager for Mining

Denis has over ten years’ professional experience in research and development and technology transfer. As project manager at Worldsensing, he is involved in several innovative initiatives in the field of mining, addressing aspects of exploration, raw materials storage, industrial trends and safe operations including safety regulations and tailings dams monitoring.

Vincent Le Borgne, Ph.D.

Mining R&D Manager

Vincent has hands-on, field experience in managing large monitoring systems for mines in Canada and currently provides technical guidance regarding installation execution, sampling, logging and monitoring measurements, data management and quality control. He has published papers pertaining to instrumentation and conducts training for professionals and university students in Québec and Ontario.

Juan Perez

Geotechnical Engineer

Juan is the product owner of the globally recognized wireless monitoring system Loadsensing since 2013. He has more than 14 years of experience and knowledge of geotechnics, construction site management, instrumentation, data management, data acquisition systems and low-power wide area networks.

Hear from fellow mining experts & engineers

Hear from fellow geotechnical engineers and system integrators who have gained valuable knowledge and experience in tailings dam monitoring.

In this webinar mining experts will share:

  1. The latest industry updates in terms of safety regulations for tailings storage facilities (TSFs)
  2. How to deploy an IoT-based wireless monitoring system to digitize various sensors such as
    • piezometers in boreholes
    • in-place inclinometers (IPI)
    • water level meters
    • rain gauges
    • crack meters
    • multi-point borehole extensometers (MPBX)
    • load cells
    • water quality probes
  3. Detailed case studies featuring tailings dams in North America
  4. Other useful information in a live Q&A session

Duration 1 hour

In this webinar you will:

Obtain an overview of current monitoring methods
Get inspired by real-world case studies
See how IoT wireless monitoring can be applied to your needs
Learn how you can save up to 70% on monitoring costs