TRE Altamira is at Intergeo 2022 to present InSAR technology
for various market applications

Ground instabilities and landslides pose a challenge to geotechnical engineers, asset and project owners in various market applications. Whether they affect civil infrastructure, single buildings, open pit mines and slope failures, tunneling projects, and linear infrastructure in both urban and non-urban areas, their accurate and timely identification is key to ensure the continuity and safety of operations, as well as efficient inspections and maintenance.

Thanks to radar satellites sensitivity to subtle displacement, wide-coverage, and remote-sensing capabilities, TRE Altamira’s monitoring services are helping engineers and project owners in industries such as Mining, Infrastructure, and Oil & Gas in the early identification of ground risk.

London Crossrail (UK). InSAR monitoring of the effects of tunneling operations on ground settlement along the Crossrail alignment during its construction. The animation shows ground deformation occurring between May 2011 and April 2017.
Mintarder Brücke bridge seasonal
Mintarder Ruhrtalbrücke (Germany): InSAR analysis highlighting areas affected by seasonal displacement. Includes material © DLR e.V. 2016-2019 and © Airbus Defence and Space 2019 all rights reserved.

Satellite InSAR technology provides a clear understanding of the ground behavior when used in conjunction with complementary conventional ground-based surveying instrumentation.

Spatially dense and precise results

spatially dense and precise resultsThanks to its millimetric precision and high density of measurement points, InSAR is also used to complement and calibrate real-time in-situ surveillance such as levelling, inclinometers, etc.

Non-invasive and scalable technique

non-invasive scalabilityCompletely remote, satellite InSAR is unrivaled in its ability to obtain displacement measurements over large or small areas.


cost effectiveInSAR is the only ground monitoring technique providing highly dense measurements at a fraction of the cost of other survey techniques.

Historical data

historical dataSatellite data archives extend back to 1992 and can be processed to assess historical settlement trends.

Our experienced and multilingual team of InSAR experts are available to answer your questions.
Feel free to contact us anytime to ask for a consultation.

Dr. Jan Anderssohn
Business Development D-A-CH

Tel: +49 1759120705

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