NavStar’s GMS600 is a compact, high precision GPS/GNSS sensor that provides accurate three-dimensional displacement and tilt measurements for deformation monitoring.
NavStar’s GNSS monitoring system has been in continuous use on Turtle Mountain, Alberta for over fifteen years. Despite the harsh conditions with temperatures regularly below -30°C, the system is capable of detecting millimetric levels of displacement in real-time.
NavStar is assisting researchers from Durham University’s Geography Department to monitor coastal cliffs using the GeoExplorer integrated monitoring system. The system now forms an integral part of a project aimed at understanding the mechanisms involved in the erosion of cliffs and developing new ways to predict slope failures.
GeoExplorer's Prism Monitoring system has been successfully installed at the I-65 Bridge Project near Lafayette Indiana.