- 分析与建模 - 大数据分析
- 基础设施即服务 (IaaS) - 其他
- 网络与连接 - 网关
- 网络与连接 - 路由器和网桥
Advitam 专门设计和部署用于管理和监控基础设施的硬件和软件工具。 15 年来，他们协助地方、州和国家的顾问、公共实体和私人订约当局
Advitam 选择了 HIKOB 无线数据采集系统来扩展其对 Parc des Princes 屋顶结构的结构健康监测的交钥匙服务。 HIKOB无线数据采集系统包括传感器节点、网关、路由器和软件。软件组件 - HIKOB NET PULSE 软件 - HIKOB REST-XML API
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Bridge monitoring in Hamburg Port
Kattwyk Bridge is used for both rail and road transport, and it has played an important role in the Port of Hamburg since 1973. However, the increasing pressure from traffic requires a monitoring solution. The goal of the project is to assess in real-time the bridge's status and dynamic responses to traffic and lift processes.
Reservoir monitoring in Hontomin
The Spanish Government has launched a CO2 Capture and Storage Program in Hontoman with the aim of developing this technology. This programme's approach is based on the fact that CO2 capture and storage could be an essential part of the solution to achieve substantial global CO2 emission reductions.
IoT for Civil Architecture and Artistic Monuments
Some public works, civil and heritage buildings have challenges in detecting abnormal structure movements in real time to maintain control of critical structure points, logging and analyzing data of all the structural properties to identify anomalies and accessing promptly to the data without the need of an on-site intervention.
ASIC DESIGN ON MEDICAL DEVICES
Designed and developed an ASIC for sensing to set up straight with the contact lens. The MEMS sensor which can be digitized through ASIC is reading and transfers the assessments back to the recorder with the same RF link used to power the device using load modulation techniques. By using a 0.35µm process, Faststream could incorporate power capture and conditioning, RF signaling, high linearity ADC, and digital control functionality on a single die within the limited power budget and at a low cost.
More than 300 trains crossed the Burlington Bridge every month and tons of travel on barges below. It was therefore decided that shutting down rail or river traffic during the construction of a new bridge would only be allowed during a single 30-hour period. With such heavy usage demands, constant river level changes and the inherent complications of working with a 115 year old bridge, monitoring was key to this project. Knowing how and when the bridge moves, vibrates, tilts and bends proved critical for establishing a safe working environment as well as maintaining the bridge’s operational status.
Extreme storms, strong undersea currents, potential collisions and even normal wear and tear are all cause for concern for those who operate offshore structures. When customers factor in their remote locations, even knowing if they are in place and functioning can be a challenge. Today’s inspections are about to be out of date.