Groundforce Shorco announce partnership with Senceive

Groundforce, part of VPPLC and a world leading supplier of trenching and shoring equipment, say that the system simplifies real-time measurement of static loads and monitors potential movements.

Senceive provide wireless Millivolt per Volt nodes, which connect to the Groundforce load pins. These nodes allow the data from load sensors to be passed wirelessly from one node to another using the FlatMesh platform and eventually the data is passed to a 3G gateway, allowing registered users to view real time data through the Senceive WebMonitor visualisation software.

Groundforce describe the benefits compared to their previous method as:

  • Updated and wireless technology
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Provides an early warning SMS text system
  • Waterproofed to IP66/68
  • A reliable, robust and accurate system

If you would like to read more about one of our exciting projects with Groundforce Shorco, please read the Case Study on the Royal College of Music.

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Wireless Monitoring News – February 2018

Read all about Senceive’s latest innovation and projects in this month’s newsletter. In our winter edition, we feature stories on:

–  The use of our wireless monitoring technology on the HS2 enabling works.

–  Murphy Surveys Regent’s Park development project.

–  Dynamic Monitoring of Blyth’s offshore wind turbines. (Look out for the latest issue of CES where you can also read the full story here).

Follow the link to read more on what Senceive has been up to. https://mailchi.mp/9e3bcb76717e/wireless-monitoring-news

 

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Ground Engineering – Signal Solution

Developing a railway landslide monitoring system to work in a mobile blackspot has not only reduced risk at one Sussex site but will also benefit other remote locations.
Claire Smith reports.

Reaching the site of a landslide-prone railway cutting in East Sussex to report on monitoring work undertaken there took a 2.5km trek through woodland followed by a 500m walk beside the live railway.

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