GroundProbe unveils monitoring aggregation software

MonitorIQ laptop.

GroundProbe has released MonitorIQ, a platform that consolidates all monitoring data, removing the need to switch between multiple platforms.

The platform can collate and compare data from more than 120 sensor types, including radar, laser and vibration monitors.

It can also consolidate data across multiple sites, including mines, tailings dams, natural landscape hazards or other built structures.

GroundProbe chief operating officer Brian Gillespie said, “with our customers using so many different sensors gathering different types of information, there is a growing need for a single platform that consolidates this data, whilst still providing the analysis features they know and love.”

MonitorIQ includes the SSR-Viewer, a geotechnical analysis software, which allows access to its visualisation technology, safety-critical charting and alarming tools.

“Safety has been and always will be our number one priority, and this solution will ensure efficient and effective decision-making to provide maximum safety,” Gillespie said.

GroundProbe vice president of marketing and technology Lachlan Campbell added the interface was integrated and intuitive.

“Safety has been and always will be our number one priority, and this solution will ensure efficient and effective decision-making to provide maximum safety,” Campbell said.

MonitorIQ product manager James Usherwood said the platform would transform the way data was viewed and reported.

“Where MonitorIQ will go in the future will definitely change the way the mining and civil construction sectors monitor hazardous areas,” Usherwood said.

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