It’s been a decade since the first release of AGS 4.0 in May 2010. In response to new laboratory standards and updated UK practice over this period we will be releasing a new version AGS 4.1 on December 8th 2020. The original AGS 4.0 document has been completely reviewed and AGS 4.1 represents a substantial update to the Data Dictionary introducing the following new subjects:
- Data Dictionary separated from the data transfer format
- Major improvements for handling geoenvironmental data and environmental containers
- Advanced laboratory testing
- Drillers descriptions
- Field geohydraulic testing
- Downhole geophysics wireline
- Rock abrasiveness testing
- Laboratory unconfined compression test
The webinar will provide in depth detail on the topics above and will include discussion on common frustrations with the format. It will also aim to blast through misconceptions and explain what incorrect assumptions have and are being made. A Q&A will also take place at intervals throughout the webinar, giving all registered attendees the opportunity to ask the AGS Data Management Working Group questions regarding the latest release.
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IT and Data Manager at Geotechnics and AGS Data Format Working Group Leader
Jackie has worked in the geotechnical industry since 1989 and has been closely involved with the Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists (AGS) ‘Electronic Transfer of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Data’ since its inception in 1990 (AGS 1.0). In 2010 she took over the Chairmanship of the Data Management Working Group responsible for its continued development and progress.
Associate Director (Data Management Team Leader) at Structural Soils
Mark has worked in the ground investigation industry since 1998 specialising in the ground investigation data management discipline. He has significant data management and reporting experience working on some of the largest and most complex ground investigations in the UK and leads a team of ground investigation data managers.
Mark was invited onto the AGS Data Management Working Group in 2009 and helped contribute to AGS 4.0 and all subsequent versions (AGS 4.0.3, AGS 4.0.4, BS8574:2014 and now AGS 4.1). He is passionate about data management, processes, software and standards and is an active member of the Data Management Working Group – working for the benefit of the industry.
Data Manager, Ground & Water at WSP UK Ltd
Paul has over 21 years’ experience in the contaminated land and ground investigation industry working for both engineering consultants and GI contractors. He has worked on several large infrastructure projects and has been responsible for the installation and administration of several data management systems as well as internal digitalisation programmes.
Paul has been a member of the AGS Data Format Working Group since 2017 and has been heavily involved in the development of AGS4.1. He is an enthusiastic and vocal member of the committee and is hoping that his experience of being both a data producer and recipient will be of benefit in helping to develop the transfer format, both now and in the years to come.
AGS Chair and Managing Director at Equipe Group
Julian is the current Chair of AGS and has been involved in the geotechnical industry for over 30 years. He is actively involved in producing safety and technical guidance for the industry and sits on British and European committees. He is also Managing Director of Equipe which is the UK’s leading provider of vocational training and assessment. Julian is currently working with UGUK to ensure geoscience training meets the industry needs.
Principal Geotechnical Engineer and Ground Investigation Engineering Manager at SOCOTEC UK
Peter has over 30 years’ experience in ground investigation with a particular interest in in situ testing. He heads SOCOTEC’s Technical Team who are responsible for technical delivery of GI projects throughout the UK. He has been a member of the AGS Data Management Working Group since 2016.
Leon is a member of the AGS Data Management Working Group and has 15 years’ experience in the geo-environmental industry, mostly as a hydrogeologist specialising in contaminated land and environmental aspects. He has significant experience in data management, interpretation and assessment of large monitoring datasets, and joined the Data Management Working Group in 2019 with the intention to contribute towards driving the industry forward.
Global Product Owner Digital Applications at Fugro
Romain oversees the groupwide deployment of site characterisation software solutions for Fugro. He is a qualified geotechnical engineer, as well as a software engineer with more than 25 years’ experience.
Romain joined the AGS Data Management Working Group in 2006 and has contributed to all versions ever since.