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Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring

Senceive offers the world’s most reliable and robust wireless Remote Condition Monitoring solutions for the rail, construction, mining, utilities and infrastructure sectors.Senceive have worked tirelessly in partnership with contractors and monitoring companies, over 14 years, to ensure we provide you with stable, precise and highly user-friendly data anywhere in the world from any of your installations.

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Tilt Measurement Sensor

The Triaxial Tilt Sensor Node is an extremely high precision and exceptionally stable three axis tilt sensor. Variable reporting rates, a robust design and up to a 15 year battery life means this tilt sensor is well suited for all environments. The sensor nodes communicate reading through one of Senceive’s wireless communications networks (FlatMesh or GeoWAN) via a Gateway and on to our web based platform called WebMonitor where you are able to monitor your results.

How Rugged Solutions are Bringing 24x7 Data Capture and Remote Condition Monitoring to Challenging Railway Environments

Accurate sensing and regular monitoring are a necessity for maintaining safety in the rail sector and the UK leads the way in Remote Condition Monitoring adoption, with Europe and Oceania following closely behind as advanced adopters. But these highly precise and sensitive devices must be able to withstand some of the world’s most challenging environments. Sensors need to be housed in industrial-grade robust enclosures to ensure reliability and continuous operation in extreme conditions.

How will Wireless Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring Solutions Evolve in 2020?

Rapidly evolving technology has undeniably been at the centre of revolutionizing a number of sectors, and the Geospatial industry is no different. As more technological innovations have arrived within the sector, in both hardware and software, there have been an array of benefits that have come with them. In particular, the ability to remotely obtain “Big Data” in near real time and the ability to process these huge data sets. This mass of remotely sensed data, which can now be shared on a common platform, has given rise to the new concept of Intelligent Monitoring Solutions (IMS). This is the ability to use a wide range of different data gathered to provide a virtual picture of a site or an asset in order to determine how they are performing.

Wireless Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring

Robust, reliable and effective monitoring regimes are one way to manage the very real risk of asset failure and also allow an insight into maintenance requirements. A wireless approach to geotechnical and structural monitoring offers an automated, long-term, robust and reliable solution. The ability to monitor parameters using a wide range of sensor technologies allows informed decisions to be made for maintenance requirements, as well as saving money and time, improving safety and potentially prevents future catastrophic events.

Every employer wants their staff and contractors to make it home safe, every day. To ensure this happens, there are stringent Health & Safety protocols in place that must be followed during the planning and execution of any type of work. Nevertheless, near misses, accidents and fatalities still occur and even one of these is one too many. If there is any process that can be implemented in order to reduce any kind of incident, it should be explored and always considered or implemented as an alternative to putting ‘boots on ballast’.

Every employer wants their staff and contractors to make it home safe, every day. To ensure this happens, there are stringent Health & Safety protocols in place that must be followed during the planning and execution of any type of work. Nevertheless, near misses, accidents and fatalities still occur and even one of these is one too many. If there is any process that can be implemented in order to reduce any kind of incident, it should be explored and always considered or implemented as an alternative to putting ‘boots on ballast’.

Smart Cities, Digital Construction and the Changing Face of Wireless Structural Monitoring

Within the past decade, Smart Cities have evolved exponentially - shifting from simply being a buzzword thrown around by tech analysts and industry experts, to become a fully realised entity.

Senceive Ltd: Wireless Condition Monitoring Solutions for Retaining/Sea Walls and Props

Senceive’s strong technology is allied with a team of people with many years of practical monitoring knowledge and a strong civil engineering base, significant spend on product innovation built upon collaborative customer focussed, skilled and experienced engineers personnel at all levels, including those with hands-on field support experience.

Wireless Structural Health Monitoring using the Optical Displacement Sensor – Senceive Ltd

Automated Total Stations and precise manual survey remain great tools for traditional structural monitoring. However, the wireless Optical Displacement Sensor (ODS) can provide an alternative approach that is in many cases equal or better than the precision of traditional methods of structural monitoring and can work out to be significantly cheaper to procure and operate.…

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UK Fan Coil Manufacturers recognised the advantages of delivering ready-to-install Fan Coil Units to site, including the Fan Coil Unit Valve Package mounted, early on.
FloControl Ltd in Burnley was one of the first valve suppliers in the UK to harness this trend, supplying a “Ready-to-Fit” Fan Coil Unit Valve Package directly to Fan Coil Unit Manufacturers and since then, has built the reputation as the leading specialist supplier of Fan Coil Valve Sets in the UK.

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Utilising Wireless Remote Monitoring Solutions to Enhance Safety in Construction

The role of technology in the evolution of the construction industry cannot be disputed. For example, the use of BIM or remote machine control, would not be possible without the advancement and use of technological innovation within the construction world.

Utilising Wireless Remote Monitoring Solutions to Enhance Safety in Construction by senceiveuk

The role of technology in the evolution of the construction industry cannot be disputed. For example, the use of BIM or remote machine control, would not be possible without the advancement and use of technological innovation within the construction world.

Structural monitoring is the process of commissioning specialist equipment to monitor and assess the structural condition of engineering structures and infrastructure such as bridges, rail track and buildings. “Assessing” structural health of an asset is defined as monitoring changes to the mechanical/geometric properties of a structural system or element of a structure e.g. temperature, strain, inclination etc. which adversely affect that asset’s performance.

Remote condition monitoring solutions

Senceive are the leading global suppliers of wireless remote monitoring solutions. These solutions allow for remote monitoring and management of assets to help improve the safety of your workforce, reduce costs and streamline the process of remote monitoring for various aspects of your construction projects.

Remote monitoring and management

Senceive are the leading global suppliers of wireless remote monitoring solutions. These solutions allow for remote monitoring and management of assets to help improve the safety of your workforce, reduce costs and streamline the process of remote monitoring for various aspects of your construction projects.

Senceive Ltd - Imperial Road

Senceive Ltd was incorporated in 2005 to commercialise wireless communications technology developed from 2001, within the research labs of UCL, one of the UK’s leading engineering universities. The majority of the company’s share ownership together with board governance rests with the management team and UCLB (UCL’s IP commercialisation company).