In slope movements with slow strain rates that affect rights of way (ROW) or its surrounding areas, an appropriate Inline Inspection (ILI) program with inertial modules may provide timely and quality information, with ease of matching with geotechnical events and lower costs than conventional monitoring methods. In virtue of above, for structural integrity management of pipeline, this information is necessary and its integration with the information obtained from other sources such as ROW patrol, terrain monitoring and pipeline monitoring. This document contains information related to the tracing, analysis and executed activities in the study case located in Colombian center-west, where neotectonic effects and a common ROW with a main highway converged.

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