ESG Exhibiting at home in Kingston this week for the Geohazards6 Conference

Tuesday, June 3, 2014 - 12:00am to 11:45pm

Researchers and practitioners are assembling this week in Kingston to discuss monitoring, detection and assessment of geohazards in Canada.  ESG is exhibiting and presenting some recent findings related to railway monitoring and rock fall hazards.  Stop by the exhibit space in the atrium of the Queen's University Bioscience building to learn about the latest microseismic technology for geotechnical and geohazard monitoring.

ESG's Dr. Dave Collins will be delivering a presentation on at 3pm on Monday, June 16th that focuses on Real-time detection of rock fall events using a microseismic railway monitoring system.

For more information on this event, please visit the Geohazards6 website.