Monitoring - Manual Monitoring

Manual Monitoring Surveying involves the hands-on, precise measurement and observation of specific locations or structures over time. This method employs traditional surveying techniques, such as the use of total stations or leveling instruments, to track and record changes in land, infrastructure, or environmental conditions with meticulous accuracy.

Manual Monitoring

What if you need monitoring, but your budget is restricted? What if access to the site is limited, and it's hard to establish automated total stations?

Don't worry. That is where manual monitoring pops in and helps you.

It will locate and observe settlements and structural deformations of the object. Also, it will monitor vibrations, noise, and the impact on neighborhood entities. 

Manual monitoring is a reasonable option in the following situations

When you need periodic monitoring

This method is suitable if your project needs sporadic measurements. Unlike automated monitoring, which works continuously, this approach gathers information only at the time of observation.

Low budget

If you want to save money, this is the way to go. It will cost less than automated monitoring, and the results will be the same.

Inaccessible area

In the places where it's not easy to set up autonomous total stations, it is the best solution.

Usable for many projects

It is a practical option for roads, tunnels, bridges, underground structures, etc.

Manual monitoring has its advantages in many situations. Depending on your requests, we will find the most helpful way for everything you need.

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We will get to know each other, talk about your wishes and help you to choose the best surveying techniques for all your needs.