Real-time health monitoring of high value assets
Real-time usage and structural health monitoring of high-value assets
Application Study - Machine Health Monitoring
Equipment health monitoring and analysis enables predictive maintenance, reduces downtime, and reveals design improvement opportunities. Remote sensing and data collection saves labor, time, and improves safety.
Embedded Sensing Solutions
Distributed Fleet Sensing Capabilities
The noise generated by rocket exhaust during shuttle launch events generates considerable effects on the safety of spacecraft, ground facilities, and equipment. Accumulated stress threatens the safe operation of exposed systems. MicroStrain worked with NASA Kennedy Space Center researchers to implement a wireless sens
Optimize Total Cost of Ownership with Wireless Monitoring
Why monitor fixed-wing health?
By monitoring aircraft component health, operators and manufacturers are able to more accurately detect defects, premature wear, and other issues that result in increased maintenance costs and unexpected downtime. Monitoring conditions such as vibration, strain, and noise can also result in safer operation, as well as a more pleasant experience for crew and passengers.