Automated instrumentation is a fast-growing industry that is quickly becoming an essential part of the geotechnical engineering practice. With relatively low cost, reliability and versatility, automated instrumentation is becoming the key to economic, safe and predictable solutions for most geotechnical problems. AATech also designs and manufacturers instrumentation systems for specialized monitoring situations and modified other systems to adapt to complex requirements. Click here to browse the range of instruments AATech has to offer.


  1. Easy to setup and use
  2. Extremely accurate
  3. Capable of collecting data at one-second intervals
  4. All readings of load and displacement are taken simultaneously
  5. Eliminates human errors in reading instruments


Programmable instrumentation can collect data far more frequently, and with less potential for errors, than a surveying crew or an instrumentation technician. It therefore, provides more reliable and more representative data. AATech’s engineers have installed state-of-the-art instrumentation on many sites for monitoring parameters such as pore water pressure, settlement, slope movement and other engineering concerns. Some of these installations are remotely monitored from our main offices, thousands of kilometers/miles away from the site.


AATech has the ability to monitor and collect remote, on-site data affordably and accurately through our Remote Data Collection (RDC). This technology is highly effective, particularly for reading and analyzing results during extreme weather conditions that can hamper other methods. RDC allows project engineers to review results for quick analysis and interpretation.


This is a FTP login site. FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol, which is a way to transfer files from one host to another. FTP credentials are the login details: server address, port number and username. AATech provides clients the ability to securely view their data for their project(s) via this secure login.