Don’t miss a beat.

About

News & Events

Stay up to date on the most recent updates from Rocscience. See all news and events below, or filter to see upcoming courses, webinars, and conferences, plus new software product announcements, articles, and open job postings.

News & Events

Stay up to date on the most recent updates from Rocscience. See all news and events below, or filter to see upcoming courses, webinars, and conferences, plus new software product announcements, articles, and open job postings.

Categories
Thumbnail intern projects

Technical Projects of Rocscience Co-ops - Summer 2021

I chatted with three of our most recent interns who worked on projects that ranged from developing a new report generator that works across Rocscience products to a machine-learning tool that reduces inconclusive data results. Despite the challenges of having to learn new software, tools, and processes, these students were able to develop new features and applications that will improve Rocscience products across user experience, accessibility, functionality.

Thumbnail geotech in pandemic

Geotechnical Engineering in the Face of the Pandemic: Enhancing Your Productivity with Technology

COVID-19 has radically changed the entire world; it enormously disrupted economies and lives. Geotechnical engineering was not spared. The pandemic forced us to pivot to technologies, such as video conferencing to keep our businesses alive. These are now ubiquitous in our daily professional lives. However, technological advancements (in geotechnical software) can also help us thrive in the current environment and beyond.

Thumbnail Un Wedge BDSLT

UnWedge: Vertical Shaft Handling, Bolt Supports and More

One of the many concerns for practitioners excavating tunnels in rock masses is the possibility of wedge instabilities created by intersecting discontinuities. For addressing issues like these Rocscience has the software UnWedge, a 3D modelling program which provide users with the tools to perform comprehensive wedge stability analyses of their tunnels and shafts.

icon-news-blank