Thanks to the preventive monitoring implemented at a Safran Power Units production site, OSMOS averted the need for the operator to carry out major, costly reinforcement work before setting up a new piece of equipment
Thanks to its expertise and innovative solutions, OSMOS gives managers of structures and engineering and construction companies the possibility of continuously monitoring changes to their structures, in real time. OUR SOLUTIONS APPLY TO ALL KINDS OF STRUCTURES: • Infrastructure • Ancient heritage • Industry • Buildings
OSMOS GROUP and KISR implement an innovative solution for structural health monitoring and weigh-in-motion on PART’s Cairo Bridge in Kuwait
PRESS RELEASE OSMOS GROUP and KISR implement an innovative solution for structural health monitoring and weigh-in-motion on PART’s Cairo Bridge in Kuwait The Kuwait Public Authority for Roads & Transportation (PART) is conducting an important construction project on a Bridge supporting the Istiqlal Street over the Cairo Street in the city of Hawally.
The Loire-Atlantique Departmental Council has taken a preventive approach in commissioning OSMOS to check the real-world mechanical behavior of two bridges over the river. The enhanced monitoring of those structures will maintain their service levels and ensure user safety, while awaiting major rehabilitation work.
Monitoring the structural condition of an overhead crane: when structural health monitoring is used to detect even the most infinitesimal signs of structural anomalies
A cement plant’s overhead crane was showing signs of premature fatigue. To curb its accelerated deterioration, reinforcement actions were performed on the equipment. The OSMOS Group was tasked with monitoring changes in the crane’s mechanical behavior, as well as the effects of operating cycles on its condition. By anticipating any deviations, the operator is able to carry out the necessary actions to ensure its structural integrity and personal safety.
OSMOS WiM+D: a unique solution for describing road traffic over your bridge and simultaneously quantifying the impact on its structural condition
“Some 25,000 bridges are in poor structural condition and pose safety and availability issues for users” Bridge safety: Avoiding tragedySénat information report no.609 on behalf of the sustainable development and regional development commissionLodged on 26 June 2019
To be ever closer to its clients, OSMOS Group has the pleasure of announcing the release of its new services, suited to each type of structure. This is accompanied by the launch of a new website presenting each solution.