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Monitor with precise, robust wireless technology

Wireless remote monitoring can help you manage your construction project, putting critical data at your fingertips, from foundations to fitout and beyond.

Five reasons to choose wireless remote monitoring

Low operating costs and minimal maintenance requirements mean cost-effective monitoring that can last as long as you need it.

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Move the instruments as your construction activity progresses, add more sensors, add different sensors and re-use them on your next project.

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Quick to install, quick to deliver the information you need.

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Senceive wireless technology is built for the challenges of construction site conditions.

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Fewer site visits and less need to work in challenging conditions means lower risk to your team – it also helps you achieve lower carbon emissions.

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How it works

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Vibrating Wire Sensor Node with Piezometer

The Vibrating Wire Sensor Node supports a variety of interface sensors such as crack or strain gauges and extensometers.

Here it is connected to a piezometer and prevents the need for manual logging by transmitting data on pore water pressure and groundwater level variations.

FlatMesh 4G Gateway

The FlatMesh 4G Gateway provides all the functionality required to operate a wireless sensor network in a remote location. With a solar panel, no fixed power supply is required. Data is transmitted from the sensors to the Gateway and onwards to a secure cloud-based server and data management platform.

NanoMacro Triaxial Tilt Sensor Nodes

The Nano delivers the same precise measurements as our IX Triaxial Tilt Node in a more compact, robust enclosure, and offers more user-interaction. With no external antenna, the Nano is ideal for the most challenging environments.

Here the Nano is installed on a concrete crane base to monitor stability.

Optical Displacement Sensor Node

The ODS combines a tilt meter and a laser displacement sensor. Together they provide information about the stability of the structure the sensor is fixed to and the relative movement of a target structure.

Here the ODS measures the stability of the steel building frame as well as the deformation of the concrete floor below.

PT100 RTD Sensor Node

The PT100 RTD Sensor Node enables precise temperature monitoring and can be supplied with an integrated triaxial tilt sensor.

Here the PT100 is installed on a steel beam for combined tilt and temperature sensing.

Tilt Beams with Nano Triaxial Tilt Sensor Nodes

The Tilt Beam can be mounted in any orientation and rapidly deployed in single or daisy-chained configurations. Tilt sensor nodes fixed to beams allow movement to be assessed over a wide zone to provide a comprehensive assessment.

Here the sensors are monitoring for rotational stability of the excavation pit.

Multichannel Vibrating Wire Sensor Nodes with strain gauges

The Vibrating Wire Sensor Node supports a variety of interface sensors such as crack or strain gauges and extensometers.

Here it is connected to a strain gauge to prevent the need for manual monitoring by transmitting data over a wireless network.

Millivolt Sensor Node

The Millivolt Sensor Node enables a variety of structural and geotechnical sensors to be integrated into a wireless monitoring system.

Load pins are just one example. A node cap helps protect the antenna in a busy construction site.

Optical Displacement Sensor Node

The ODS combines a tilt meter and a laser displacement sensor. Together they provide information about the stability of the structure the sensor is fixed to and the relative movement of a target structure.

Here the ODS measures the stability of the excavation pit wall as well as any lateral movement.

Crack Sensor Node

The Crack Sensor Node is used to monitor structural behaviour including the development of cracks in concrete or masonry, movement of expansion joints and pile separation.

Here it is monitoring the movement of a crack on the building facade.

Tilt Beams with IX Triaxial Tilt Sensor Nodes

The Tilt Beam can be mounted in any orientation and rapidly deployed in single or daisy-chained configurations. Tilt sensor nodes fixed to beams allow movement to be assessed over a wide zone to provide a comprehensive assessment.

Here the sensors are monitoring for rotational stability of the building

NanoMacro Triaxial Tilt Sensor Nodes

The Nano delivers the same precise measurements as our IX Triaxial Tilt Node in a more compact, robust enclosure, and offers more user-interaction. With no external antenna, the Nano is ideal for the most challenging environments. Here the Nano is installed on an historic building to monitor stability.

Optical Displacement Sensor Node

The ODS combines a tilt meter and a laser displacement sensor. Together they provide information about the stability of the structure the sensor is fixed to and the relative movement of a target structure.

Here the ODS measures tunnel convergence.

Tilt Beams with Nano Triaxial Tilt Sensor Nodes

The Tilt Beam can be mounted in any orientation and rapidly deployed in single or daisy-chained configurations. Tilt sensor nodes fixed to beams allow movement to be assessed over a wide zone to provide a comprehensive assessment.

Here the sensors are monitoring for convergence in the tunnel.

Build better with precise data and automated alerts

Senceive wireless monitoring technology is valuable throughout every phase of a typical construction project because it delivers precise, reliable data on movement and a range of other parameters.

Pre-construction: wireless monitoring instruments are remarkably small and discreet, making them ideal for baseline monitoring of adjacent property- months or years before construction starts.

Temporary works: because the technology is so easy to install and move, it is often used to monitor temporary works such as the stability of crane bases, struts or retained facades, or the level of strain or load in props.

Excavation and foundations: deep excavations can present the biggest challenges in a project and the data provided by wireless sensors such as tilt meters, optical displacement sensors and borehole piezometers can provide vital insight that maximises productivity and mitigates risk.

Structural health monitoring: with a typical lifetime of 10 to 15 years, wireless monitoring can represent the best option for long-term structural health monitoring, providing stakeholders with valuable insight into the ongoing performance of a building or structure.

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