Paul Singh Bhatia

Geomatic Ventures Limited

Paul Bhatia is the CEO and Co-Founder of Geomatic Ventures Limited and the General Manager of GRACE at the University of Nottingham. He is highly experienced and knowledgeable in the application of geospatial and geomatic technologies to business needs and has been directly responsible for the delivery of numerous projects across a range of industries including surveying and geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering.. He holds a MSc in Engineering Business Management and is a qualified PRINCE project manager with over 20 year of industrial experience. Paul is a highly experienced business development manager, project manager and geospatial technology applications market practitioner.

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Monitoring ground subsidence in support of planning and remediation

Reports on subsidence are crucial to develop and re-develop land. Long term subsidence can be a root cause of ongoing and future issues and concerns. Land-motion is dynamic and continuous monitoring can lead to new insights. This seminar will introduce a low cost patent pending remote sensing technique, that utilises satellite radar data to allow high precision continuous monitoring of land motion over long periods of time and large areas.

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