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With our smart data logger iBridge, you can easily measure and get ongoing information about physical changes in critical structures via 4G.
Automated monitoring of infrastructure with new battery-powered sensor technology enables condition-based maintenance and control. The continuous monitoring of how structures behave under varying loads provides knowledge and insight to uncover irregularities.
Society-critical infrastructure should be instrumented and monitored to be able to observe impacts and changes in the construction. Then you can react appropriately before serious damage occurs.
Keep an eye out for cracks, settlement damage, vibration and moisture.
See changes in bearing capacity and overload, and forces affecting the construction.
Monitor water reservoirs, pipelines, treatment plants, tanks and pumping stations.
Current measurements for production and safety in industry, shipyards, agriculture and fisheries.
Sensor-based measurement can improve operational efficiency and optimize energy production.
Useful for home owners who need objective data to document changes.
With a combination of iBridge and external sensors, you can monitor physical changes in your building yourself.
With 4G communication to our cloud solution, you can monitor critical changes from your own PC 24/7.
How does our iBridge smart data logger work? What can it be used for? Watch our new information film which provides an animated display of areas of use. We have developed iBridge, a small and online multifunctional data logger that communicates sensor data via 4G to our cloud solution. It can be used with a battery, and connects to most
Halvor Heiberg is employed as the new general manager of Smart Sensor Systems AS. Heiberg has previously been involved in several start-ups both nationally and internationally. He has extensive experience in business development and international sales, and has worked for several years in Beijing, among other things. - I'm looking forward to taking it
Smart Sensor Systems has recently inspected the Grenlandsbrua on behalf of the road owner the Norwegian Road Administration and operator Mesta. We are now considering various measurement technology solutions with sensors for monitoring the bridge, which can provide a useful basis for maintenance work.