Geotechnical software company Rocscience announced the launch of a new cloud-based borehole data management software called RSLog. This web application can process geotechnical field and lab data, and run engineering analyses online. Some of the most intriguing features for me are that RSLog gives you the ability to search within a geographic area for specific borehole data (through all your projects), generate reports to share with colleagues and clients, and view 3D subsurface models of your site. I also like that it integrates with Settle3 to import site lithology for settlement analysis. Read more about RSLog in a blog post by its lead developer, or on their RSLog product page where you can download a 30-day free trial license.
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]
Geotechnical software creator Rocscience has been busy lately with no signs of stopping! They recently announced a webinar series for their RS3 program, a 3d finite element software program for modeling slopes, tunnels and various […]
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