Land formation through dredging and reclamation requires monitoring of dredging and filling levels through bathymetry surveys and subsequent monitoring for level and settlement once the fill surface is above sea level.
The rate of consolidation is a function of many other factors e.g. surcharge, drainage (wick drains, vacuum consolidation), dynamic and vibro-compaction, electro-osmotic potential). To fully understand the state of the reclamation and forecast forwards to completion and beyond an effective system must be able to record the status of these factors along with the geology of the foundation strata.
The MissionOS data manager allows the user to define a wide variety of data types and metadata and combine these with data from construction. The data manager is designed to facilitate monitoring even within a rapidly changing filling environment through the use of automated corrections.