Orléans' underground tunnels: 3D for risk prevention

On Tuesday 2 April 2019 in Orléans, Silvain Yart, natural risks engineer at BRGM, presented a conference entitled "Les souterrains d'Orléans: la 3D au service de la prévention des risques", as part of the Mardis de la science, a series of conferences organised by Centre sciences.
29 April 2019
3D model of an underground quarry in Orléans

3D model of an underground quarry (Orléans, 2017).

© BRGM - Silvain Yart

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Orléans' underground tunnels: 3D for risk prevention

Could 3D imaging protect people from cavity collapses - and show us what lies under our feet? The new 3D digital technologies aren't just used for printing and gaming:  they can also help to prevent risks such as underground cavity collapses, which can cause sinkholes to form in city streets and even cause houses to collapse. Explore the underside of Orléans and the 700-odd underground caves and quarries brought to light by the new Zeb-revo tool.

A conference presented by Silvain Yart, natural risks engineer at BRGM, as part of the Mardis de la science, a series of conferences organised by Centre sciences (Orléans, 2 October 2019).

© BRGM