Our accelerometers and accelerographs can help you to mitigate expensive unplanned shutdowns and outages, satisfy insurance requirements and meet building code requirements and safety regulations.

Standalone deployments 

Our Titan standalone accelerometer meets or exceed the performance requirements of any local regulations for sensor specification. From verifying new or innovative designs to detecting structural problems early on to avoid catastrophic failures, the Titan allows you to continuously and reliably monitor structural health and diagnose post-event damage, resulting in fewer service disruptions and reduced maintenance costs.

Networked deployments

The TitanEA accelerograph features a Titan iPad with waveformsaccelerometer plus a built-in digitizer and recorder. It was specifically designed for networked deployments on or in large civil structures such as nuclear reactors, multi-story buildings, hospitals, bridges and hydroelectric dams where you need to quickly view instrument status and events anywhere, anytime.

The TitanEA allows you to monitor all sensors in the network in real-time from central control room, on a convenient display. Plus, each sensor in the network can be accessed independently using any internet-connected mobile device.



Structural monitoring systems

With no single point of failure, our strong motion accelerographs are ideal for instrumenting structures that are located in earthquake prone regions. 


The accelerographs facilitate central control room monitoring of a structure, allowing operators to monitor the activity of all sensors in the network in real time. Additionally, each sensor in the network can be accessed independently via a mobile device, so that safety managers can view instrument status and events anywhere, anytime. Deciding whether safe shut-down processes should be initiated can be made quickly and accurately, thereby reducing costly downtime.


In some instances, it's important to do a seismic study beforehand. We offeLarge bridger seismic site surveys and data analysis that will identify and characterize the local site noise benchmark and help mitigate false triggers. 


Once a site noise analysis has been completed, we’ll provide a system design along with a proposal for a customized solution with recommendations for the permanent instrumentation of the site/facility. We'll even help you determine how to integrate and optimize the seismic monitoring system into your facility/structure. 


Contact us for more information on structural monitoring systems, including site surveys.