Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) is a remote sensing technique used to detect, monitor and measure the magnitude of deformation in land surfaces over time utilising Synthetic Aperture Rader (SAR) imagery. This imagery can be sourced from radar equipped satellites at regular intervals with active sensors capable of seeing through rain & cloud at any time of the day or night with millimetre accurate changes. Understanding the extent and magnitude of such movement such as landforms created by erosion, helps to identify and manage risk of potential failures and provide assurance that the area is safe and stable. Where ground based monitoring is not available, InSAR provides a means of remotely monitoring landform features such as stockpiles, landfill, infrastructure, urban and tailings facilities. Working with 3VG to utilise radar signals from earth-orbiting satellites, Decipher provides a way to visualise displacement (cm) on an interactive map to enable users to identify specific areas of deformation across a broad range of interest. Decipher analysis tools also allow users to then chart the details along a transect line or a single point over time. This also includes the ability to view historical imagery to show areas of deformation.