Building Code Compliance

Seismic monitoring systems provide data and information on the behavior of buildings leading to improved understanding and better design codes. For these reasons, many municipalities (e.g., City of Los Angeles in California) require seismic instrumentation or offer benefits such as reduced post-event inspection requirements (e.g., Building Occupancy Resumption Program or BORP in San Francisco, California).

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California Strong Motion Instrumentation Program (CSMIP)

Over the last decades, we have delivered reliable instrumentation, data processing, and system-integration technologies for CSMIP. Our dedicated CSMIP project-managers ease the complexities stakeholder may experience at the project implementation level.

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Seismic Risk Governance

After an earthquake, the spread of information between operators, organizations, and the general public can easily become misguided. Our risk governance projects centralize communications and mitigate risks in order to reduce panic during state of emergencies.

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Structural Health Monitoring

Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is the process of assessing a structure’s state-of-health or integrity from real-time and event-response data. The goal of SHM is to improve safety and reliability by detecting damage before it reaches a critical state. Additionally, SHM systems enable rapid and enhanced post-event assessment, such as after a potentially damaging earthquake.

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