OSMOS can be used to monitor the structural behaviour of the structure in real time and to measure the impact of the environment

Wall, Dykes, Quays are exposed to a significant number of specific constraints linked to water erosion, salt corrosion, bad weather, maritime streams, repetitive swell. Monitoring these structures is essential to guarantee the fluidity and safety of maritime and port traffic. 

All of the information is continuously accessible, in real time. This provides managers with the facts they need to answer essential questions, such as:​

  • Is the structure’s integrity compatible with its operating conditions?
  • How can I optimize the structure’s operations?
  • Are visible problems evolving over time?
  • Can scheduled maintenance be postponed?
  • Has the structure been damaged by a disaster (fire, earthquake, etc.)?
  • How did the structure behave during extraordinary stress?
  • How is the structure changing over time?

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Reporting and Analysis for the peace of mind: 

  • Monitoring the effects of erosion
  • Stability diagnosis 
  • Monitoring seismic and climate effects