Structural Vibration and blast Monitoring is the characterization and risk assessment of structural damage caused by earthquakes, high-annoyance industrial activities, blasting in a mine or a quarry, or long term construction projects and to provide engineers with the timely information they need.
Repeated vibration and shock levels from vibration and blasting activities and events can be produced to such a magnitude that they cause overall discomfort, possible injury, and partial structural damage
Early detection of damage is essential for safety-relevant assessments. It is mandatory for many vulnerable industrial facilities and other critical structures in high seismicity areas or near construction sites. also require risk assessment, and real time alarming and monitoring solution
Nuclear Power Plants
Gas and Electric distribution systems