Wednesday, 30 June, 15:00–16:00 BST
Following the successful launch of Binnies and Rezatec’s Intelligent Dam Monitoring System (iDMS) to the UK market, the strategic partnership is delighted to launch the unique satellite-based technology to the European market. Join us on 30 June for a webinar discussion on iDMS and how the power of satellite technology can proactively manage reservoir safety.
Combining Binnies’ reservoir expertise and digital ecosystem services with Rezatec’s leading geospatial artificial intelligence techniques, iDMS is a remote monitoring service that uses geospatial data to pinpoint any movement in a dam’s structure, down to a few millimetres of displacement. The satellite information, which also identifies other indicators of problems with dam infrastructure, such as vegetation moisture and vigour that can signal water seepage, can deliver strategic reservoir improvements and operational and commercial benefits.
In the webinar, Rachel Pether, Binnies All Reservoirs Panel Engineer and Tim Vallings, Rezatec Chief Commercial Officer, will introduce the unique iDMS risk management tool and show how it can support and enhance existing reservoir safety best practice.
Rachel Pether, All Reservoirs Panel Engineer, Binnies
Rachel is an All Reservoirs Panel Engineer and leads Binnies’ dam engineering and reservoir business. She has over 20 years’ experience in the reservoir industry both in the UK and around the world. This includes experience with dams of all types and ages, from new constructions to some of the oldest water-retaining structures in the world, with all of the complications that the operation and maintenance of these assets involves.
Tim Vallings, Chief Commercial Officer, Rezatec
Tim Vallings is Chief Commercial Officer at Rezatec and has been with the company since its founding in 2012. He has a background in national-scale monitoring programmes in Africa, Asia and Europe and has spent a number of years living abroad throughout his career. His focus has been on helping to implement software solutions into a number of specialist industries during that time, always focused on land-based assets.