NCHRP Webinar
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TRB Webinar: Visualization of Geotechnical Data for Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Response, a Practical Update

TRB will conduct a webinar on Wednesday, July 20, 2016 from 2:00PM to 3:30PM ET that features research from National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 467: Visualization of Geotechnical Data for Hazard Mitigation and […]


Bentley gINT Software Output
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Webinar: gINT Geotechnical Data Management and Reporting

Join Katie Aquilar, Bentley Systems Geotechnical Product Engineer, to learn how gINT can help you increase productivity with centralized data management and reporting for geotechnical subsurface reporting. Streamline processes, with accessible, inter-operable data, for subsurface […]


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Keynetix and BGS to develop BIM for the subsurface

GeoPrac sponsor Keynetix has announced some exciting news, a collaboration with the British Geotechnical Survey (BGS) on a research project to develop BIM models for geotechnical and geological data. Watch the video below, or read […]

Dataforensics and Keynetix Announce Major Partnership
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Dataforensics and Keynetix Announce Major Partnership

Dataforensics and Keynetix Forge Partner Alliance to Revolutionize Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Data Management

Dataforensics and Keynetix Announce Major Partnership

Norcross, Georgia, December 2014 – Dataforensics and Keynetix announce a partnership that teams the strengths of each company to revolutionize geotechnical data collection and data management within the United States and Canada. Dataforensics is developing a specialized configuration of HoleBASE SI for the North American market, which when combined with pLog Tablet, provides greater alternatives for managing geotechnical data for users of pLog Tablet, which already integrates with gINT and LogPlot.

[Editor] Click through for the rest of the press release from Dataforensics and Keynetix, both sponsors of GeoPrac.net! [/Editor]

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Incorporating geotechnical data in BIM allows considered design optioneering and refinement at the outset of a project; minimises geotechnical risk in construction and enables cost-effective repairs and maintenance of assets throughout the project’s lifetime. Image courtesy of Mott MacDonald.
Articles

The Case for BIM in Geotechnical Data

Incorporating geotechnical data in BIM allows considered design optioneering and refinement at the outset of a project; minimises geotechnical risk in construction and enables cost-effective repairs and maintenance of assets throughout the project’s lifetime. Image courtesy of Mott MacDonald.

Getting the Message Across

Applying Building Information Modelling principles to geotechnical data will reinforce the message that geotechnics is an integral part of every phase of a project – not just site investigation, argues Gary Morin, Technical Director, Keynetix.

[Editor] In this contributed article, Gary describes the justification for using BIM for geotechnical data.  Among those benefits are the ability to perform detailed alternatives analysis and optioneering, reduction of risk during construction, and the ability to perform cost-effective repairs and maintenance during the lifetime of the geotechnical asset. Click through to read the full article. Keynetix is a sponsor of GeoPrac.net. [/Editor]

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DIGGSML.org website revamped

DIGGSML is an XML-based schema designed for transfer of geotechnical and geoenvironmental data between different organizations. In 2013, the ASCE Geo-Institute was awarded a 2-year contract by the Ohio DOT to implement DIGGS. The current […]