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Image Hong Kong Airport Expansion Project
Case study

The Hong Kong Airport expansion project, currently underway, involves major land reclamation works. In order to evaluate the mechanical properties of these newly constructed columns, pressuremeter testing were undertaken.

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Image Fall Sales on Fiber Optic kits and Refurbished DiTest
News

For a limited time only, Smartec is pleased to offer you a special discount on Fiber Optic Sensor kits and Refurbished DiTest Reading Units.
These kits are very popular among University and Research labs: this offer is available until the end of 2018

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Image San Salvatore Tunnel Monitoring (Switzerland)
Case study

A portion of the concrete lining of the SAN SALVATORE tunnel collapse in June 2017 due to water accumulation. It was decided to install distributed fiber optic sensors onto the tunnel liner for a continuous and automatic monitoring of the tunnel.

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Image CANADA GAS AND LNG
Event

Vancouver BC
May 21-23, 2019

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Image Monitoring the Kathryn Spirit
Case study

The Kathryn Spirit is a cargo ship currently docked in the Port of Beauharnois, 30 km from Montreal. A cofferdam had to be built around the ship to protect the St. Lawrence River from possible polution

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Image Olkiluoto 3 Nuclear power plant
Case study

The monitoring system gives real-time data on the behavior of the concrete containment and its steel liner. Ensuring leak-tightness are traditional sensors (in particular vibrating wire) and fiber optic sensors.

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Image 3 Dams on an Island
Case study

Smartec provided a turn-key service of Structural Health Monitoring SHM for three of the six dams on Jersey Island: Val de La Mare, Handois and Grand Vaux.

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Image Gota Bridge Monitoring
Case study

Götaälvbron, the bridge over Göta River, was built in the thirties and it is more than seventy years old

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Image Skyline skyscraper in Cosenza
Case study

More than 100 SOFO sensors were imbedded inside the columns that form the “skeleton” of the whole construction. To know the evolution and magnitude of the tensions inside the columns is very important because the resulting data are given information.

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