Integration of subsoil characterization data during the exploration phase, and of geotechnical instrumentation during the construction and operation phase of the mine.
Integration of geotechnical instrumentation and sensors in pipeline and outer pipeline surroundings.
Miscellaneous geotechnical instruments for monitoring during the construction and operation phase of the tunnels.
Integration of geotechnical and meteorological instrumentation to predict dam behavior during routine events.
Monitoring the stability of the landfill, gas production, and leachate, which can cause environmental disaster.
Integration of spatial information and geotechnical instrumentation, which may indicate risk of slope instability during extreme rainfall.
Integration of spatial information such as weather forecasting, field installed sensors, and other relevant sources of information to aid decision making.
Integration of railing bed data such as vibrations, stress and load points, slope stability and climate. Use of geophysical methods.
Monitoring of solar and wind farms indicator of performance. Also, integrates weather and electrostatic discharge information.
Monitoring of power transmission towers.
In 2011, a case study was carried out related to the construction of the Sudeste Port, located on Madeira Island - RJ, a large and relevant work with special geotechnical characteristics. These features require not only improved and high-quality geotechnical design but also a careful and continuous geotechnical monitoring of its foundations, suggesting the adoption of a web-based monitoring system such as GVX. This monitoring has become extremely necessary to ensure proper performance under service conditions, minimizing the risk of site disruption.
Civil Defense of Angra dos Reis
In 2010, the region of Angra dos Reis, a municipality in the state of Rio de Janeiro, was severely affected by landslides that killed about 50 people. Through a technical cooperation agreement between Geovoxel and Civil Defense in 2014, the first phase of a case study was recently completed with the city's Civil Defense and has demonstrated the potential of a cloud-based warning system for disaster management aggressive natural conditions.
What our customers say:
Secretary of the civil defense of Angra
Manager Haztek Nova Gerar
Geotechnical Engineer and Professor at UFF
Geotechnical Engineer and Professor at FURG
Founded in 2011, Geovoxel is a technology company that aims to predict accidents in locations more subject to natural disasters or construction. Our service is based on a web platform that combines soil movement monitoring, and climate information for a number of segments, such as public institutions and infrastructure, mining, oil & gas and insurance companies. Our platform provides field engineers and risk managers with a mobile alert system, enabling them to measure risk in real time and respond faster and more efficiently to emergency situations.