Senceive and AECOM are pleased to announce that on the 3rd December 2015, they won the prestigious Best Monitoring Project award at the International Tunnelling and Ground Engineering Awards ceremony for the highly innovative Box Tunnel monitoring project.Read more "Senceive wins Best Monitoring project at Tunnelling Awards"
A small serviced office in Fulham, South-West London, is the unlikely heart of a technology revolution that could change the face of remote asset condition monitoring across the built environment.Read more "Remote Monitoring Key to Asset Management"
Developers of a new wireless monitoring system for the geotechnical and structures market say it offers a “step change” in the way data from instrumentation systems is collated and used.Read more "Senceive’s FlatMesh Recognised as Market Leader"
It started with a chance meeting at Cambridge between Simon Maddison and Peter Wright. Peter, associate director of tunnels at Halcrow (now CH2M), needed a system for monitoring tunnel distortion whilst remedial engineering works were taking place on the London Underground (LU).Read more "Structural Monitoring in Tunnels"
Advances in technology over the past decade mean that projects can now have access to a realm of monitoring data in real time. With exciting new systems emerging all the time, the challenge now is what to do with it all that data.Read more "Senceive Lead In Wireless Data Monitoring"
This is a story about how London’s unfolding geology caused an unusual problem in a 35-year old metro tunnel. It’s a story about how a group of engineers -and enthusiasts -with different specialities came together to pioneer a brand new solution, and how a client and main contractor had the conviction to go with that solution.Read more "Senceive System Installed In London Underground"