Structural Health Monitoring,
Condition Based Maintenance & Predictive
MicroStrain's cost-effective wireless sensing solutions enable a broad suite of monitoring, testing, and measurement applications. Our expertise in long-range wireless sensor communication, progressive power management, and cloud-based sensor data management enable accessible, long-term monitoring of machines, buildings, vehicles, bridges, wind turbines, conveyor belts and other high value assets.
With MicroStrain’s wireless sensor networks, structural health monitoring, condition based maintenance, and predictive maintenance can help ensure integrity, safety, and reliability of machines, buildings and structures and more while efficiently and cost-effectively assessing the long-term performance of structure and machine components and preventing costly repairs and downtime.
MicroStrain G-Link-200-R provides ASTM F2137-18 Standard Amusement Ride Characterization Test capability.
Parker Hannifin MicroStrain Sensing
MicroStrain Wireless Sensor Network and Displacement Sensors Measure to sub-micron accuracy .
Inertial Sensors take wave motion out of the Geological Survey of Israel Dead Sea Eddy Covariance evaporation study
Technology evolves as we improve how information is gathered, analyzed and implemented into various applications. For instance, Vertical Takeoff and Landing aircraft (-VTOL) can take off, hover and land vertically.
BridgeComposites, LLC of Hornell, NY uses a LORD MicroStrain wireless bridge monitoring system to evaluate seismic isolation bearings.
Authored by MicroStrain Inc.: 2012
MicroStrain wireless bridge monitoring systems enable long-term performance diagnostics with energy harvesting and remote cloud-based data analytics.
Authored by Arms, A. et al., for Structural Material Technology: 2004
Remote sensing network comprised of low power miniature sensors and cellular interface enables scalable structural monitoring with two way communication for adaptable data collection.
Authored by Galbreath, J. et al., at MicroStrain, Inc.: 2003
High-speed wireless sensor network with user-triggered and event-triggered data streaming capabilities enables long-term bridge interrogation under numerous operating conditions.
MicroStrain's wireless sensor network and cloud-based data management platform enables growers to remotely monitor environmental variables across multiple locations.
Parker Hannifin MicroStrain
Patented Near Field Communications and Power for Wireless Torque Monitoring
Wireless sensors provide safe standoff from high voltage train power
The ongoing maintenance and operation cost can approach $200,000 per mile of high-speed train track annually. LORD MicroStrain® wireless sensing systems provide fleet operators with a quick and cost-effective path to embedding health sensing capabilities
Maintenance and service is a key contributor to the total cost of train ownership. LORD MicroStrain® wireless sensing systems provide fleet operators with a quick and cost-effective path to embedding health sensing capabilities on both new and existing cr
Non-intrusive solutions to measure high-speed rail infrastructure conditions
Authored by Arms et al., from MicroStrain, Inc.: 2003
Embedded wireless sensors powered by an external magnetic field measure temperature, strain, crack extension, and dielectric constant of a composite during autoclave cure process.
Sensors for Displacement Measuring
MicroStrain Sensing Systems: 2020
MicroStrain Sensing Systems wireless sensor networks and cloud-based data management platform enables growers to remotely monitor environmental variables across multiple locations.
Authored by MicroStrain Inc.: 2011
Cost effective inertial sensors demonstrate accurate dead-reckoning positioning in two and three dimensions for more precise and reliable personnel tracking.
MicroStrain’s 3DM-DH3™ downhole sensor is an obsolete product. The application note is included for historical reference
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Wireless environmental sensor network provides a scalable monitoring technology for reporting and analyzing distributed data center conditions in real time-for optimized operation and reduced cost.
Using real-time performance monitoring to understand in-service product durability and provide customers with value-added predictive maintenance sets OEMs apart from the competition.