By performing long-term continuous Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) it is possible to monitor and track a structure’s state and carry out condition-based maintenance to ensure structural integrity.
Structures degrade over time due to use, harsh environmental conditions, and accidental events. Using continuous, long-term Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) makes it possible to follow the structural state and determine the required health management of the structure such as the organization of maintenance and repair.
Structural Health Monitoring is a very important objective for end-users, manufacturers, and maintenance teams as it:
Our SHM solutions cover the complete measurement and analysis chain. They include automatic data upload and processing, mode tracking, damage detection, and drift analysis. Notification (alert) services such as visual, auditive, email, and web services can be configured.
Our damage detection algorithms work in the physical domain using state-space models instead of in the reduced modal domain. This gives a more robust detection with the highest possible accuracy.
Structural Health Monitoring
Structures degrade over time due to usage, harsh environmental conditions and accidental events. Performing long-term, continuous structural health monitoring makes it possible to monitor a structure’s state and carry out condition-based maintenance to ensure structural integrity.
Operational Modal Analysis (OMA) Software
Operational modal analysis software for post-measurement modal analysis of structures under operating conditions without artificially exciting the structure.
ODS Analysis Software
Intuitive ODS analysis software for determining and visualizing the vibrational pattern of a structure under given operating conditions. The analysis software provides an in-depth understanding of a structure under operating conditions, required to improve the structural health.
CCLD Seismic Accelerometer with Top Connector
Seismic Accelerometer designed with high sensitivity and ideal for large structures (at very low frequencies), measuring low-level seismic activity.