Our technology allows us to detect defects in objects such as buildings, bridges, dams, steelworks and other complex structures. Our data processing methods also allow us to give necessary recommendations regarding reducing the loads on different objects in order to increase the duration of their service. In addition, we can predict the emergence of any defects at an early stage of their occurrence and give necessary recommendations to avoid their progression.
How does it work? Our method is based on measuring the three-dimensional vibration at any point on the surface of an object. Our measurement technologies allow us to build a three-dimensional trajectory image of the object. The presence of a defect causes a significant change in such a trajectory image. Based on this change, we diagnose the defect and we also can predict its further progression under ongoing workloads. This allows us to significantly reduce costs both in terms of materials and time.
The advantages offered by the technology. Currently, many engineers use a spectral portrait for defect diagnostics and prediction based on single-component measurements. We offer a further development of the currently implemented diagnostics and predictive technology for three-dimensional measurements. Our measuring system and a more information rich data reporting method, allows us to build a more complete and informative trajectory image. This enables us to detect a larger number of defect types more reliably and save both time and money later on