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Geotechnical monitoring involves using many geotechnical sensors, each designed for specific functions and usage in all types of conditions. These monitoring sensors are curated to be extremely reliable, durable, and weather-proof in many conditions.

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 What Is A Piezometer? 

The Piezometer, also known as the pore pressure meter, is used to measure pore water pressure in the soil, earth/rock fills, foundations, and concrete structures. The definition of Piezometer does not end here. They are also used to provide significant quantitative data on the magnitude and distribution of pore pressure and its variations with time.

The geotechnical sensor helps in evaluating the pattern of seepage, zones of potential piping, and the effectiveness of seepage control measures undertaken. The Piezometer is also used to measure water level in reservoirs, wells, and boreholes.

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