OSMOS and ERGOSE SA sign a contract for the monitoring of several large-scale bridges situated in challenging environments in Greece

 

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  • Pioneering four-year project to monitor in real time 14 large-scale bridges, totaling 52 km, situated in seismic area
  • Contract provides for the procurement, installation and commissioning of an advanced Real Time Structural Monitoring System (RTSMS)
  • Bridges are part of the New Double-Track High-Speed Railway Line Tithorea – Lianokladi – Domokos in Central Greece

 

OSMOS Group and SANLIEN Technology Corp jointly acquire SIAP+Micros to develop global offering in integrated monitoring solutions

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Conegliano, September 13th, 2018 – SIAP+Micros S.r.l, an Italian leader in meteorological, hydrological and environmental monitoring sectors announces that 100% of its shares have been jointly acquired by OSMOS, recognized specialist in the field of Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) and subsidiary of the French EREN Group, and by SANLIEN Technology Corp, Taiwan-based provider of safety and accurate measurement services for civil engineering projects.

Preservation of regional heritage: the Stone Bridge in Libourne

Restoration of the right-side abutment of the Stone Bridge in Libourne: How the teams from OSMOS Group succeeded in installing a comprehensive monitoring system in compliance with the architectural requirements of the work.
 

The Stone Bridge in Libourne was built in 1820 to create a road connection between Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion for the transport of wine. The structure is both an icon of the Gironde region and part of its heritage. The red bricks used to construct it were made in the greater Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and attest to the masonry expertise characteristic of the Gironde area.

Data analysis applied to industrial predictive maintenance: OSMOS brings you crucial information

To boost the performance of industrial installations, the predictive maintenance of facilities and equipment has become one of the major concerns of operational managers. This approach allows for an efficient allocation of your financial and human resources. Some are already talking about industry 4.0. 

Our core business is to continuously monitor the health of structures to allow our customers "to act in the right place, at the right time”. Therefore, predictive maintenance fits in perfectly with OSMOS’s approach. 

Clayey and Gypseous Soil: What Impact on the Buildings in the Pinot Subdivision?

Built in the 19th arrondissement of Paris in the 1930s, the Pinot subdivision is home to 18 four-story buildings. After a tilting movement was observed in one building, geotechnical studies and injections were performed. Now, OSMOS needs to examine the evolution of the soil’s mechanical characteristics and identify potentially at-risk zones.​

Initial geotechnical hypotheses​

When Building H’s tilt in relation to Building I was observed, actions were immediately put in place. First, a surveyor was called in. His readings, taken using level staffs attached to the structure, confirmed the one building’s displacement in relation to the other.