Current exhibitors

  • Dewesoft d.o.o.
    Dewesoft d.o.o. Dewesoft d.o.o.

    Dewesoft Monitoring Group is a leading provider of Structural Health Monitoring tool for bridges, tunnels, buildings and other critical structures. Our powerful analytical tools, dashboards, and rich visualizations help you speed up the transformation of sensor data into meaningful results. Bundled with alarm notifications and reports customized to user roles, we are strengthening decision-making, risk management, and structure safety. Dewesoft has earned a reputation as a trusted partner for companies that demand the highest standards of data quality and performance. Dewesoft Monitoring solutions push the boundaries of what's possible.

    Contact person Rok Mesar
    Phone +38 640777144
    E-mail rok.mesar@dewesoft.com
    Website https://dewesoft.com/applications/structural-health-monitoring
    Booth no. 1
  • FEBUS Optics
    FEBUS Optics FEBUS Optics

    FEBUS Optics is the world reference in DFOS, distributed fiber optic sensing systems (DAS, DTS and DSS), to reduce the environmental impact of human activity, protect people, and optimize production.
    FEBUS provides state-of-the-art devices and turnkey solutions based on its patented technologies for various applications, such as structural health monitoring, seismic acquisition, natural hazard monitoring, intrusion detection, cable monitoring, pipeline monitoring, well monitoring.

    Contact person Désirée Arrizabalaga
    Phone +33 564270743
    E-Mail desiree.arrizabalaga@febus-optics.com
    Website www.febus-optics.com
    Booth no. 4
  • fischerwerke GmbH & Co. KG
    fischerwerke GmbH & Co. KG fischerwerke GmbH & Co. KG

    The name fischer stands for plugs and construction kits as well as components for car interiors, process consulting and electronic systems. The claim "innovative solutions" reflects the ambition of the employees of the fischer group of companies to offer customers the best solution and the best product.
    With its latest innovation, fischer Construction Monitoring, fischer offers sensor-integrated products and digital services to assess bolt loads in situ, providing insight into the condition of components and structures.

    Contact person Daniel Rill
    Phone  
    E-mail daniel.rill@fischer.de
    Website www.fischer-international.com
    Booth no. 10
  • Hottinger Brüel & Kjær
    Hottinger Brüel & Kjær Hottinger Brüel & Kjær

    Structural Health Monitoring

    HBK's modular and scalable monitoring solutions, complemented by our competent support and service, save time and money, provide valuable insights, and help to increase the structure's service life and safety.

    Modular Solution for Efficient Structural Health Monitoring

    All structures, whether bridges, wind energy plants, water, gas and oil pipelines, tunnels, oil rigs, pavements, rails, but also ships, planes, trains or others are subject to various internal and external factors which may cause wear or malfunction. This can happen, for example due to deterioration, an incorrect construction process, lack of quality control or an extreme situation resulting from an accident or environmental load.

    To be able to observe these changes in the material and to react in a proper way before serious damage is caused, the implementation of a damage identification system is crucial. The monitoring of structural behavior can detect anomalies in time, thus enabling maintenance and repair actions to be implemented more efficiently, with a direct impact on the reduction of operating costs. Replacing schedule-driven maintenance with condition-based maintenance is the main goal of infrastructure monitoring providing the following benefits.

    Benefits of HBK Infrastructure Monitoring

    - Boost (life) safety
    - Continuous observation
    - Automation of maintenance
    - Detecting damage in the early stage to enable proactive response
    - Extension of major overhaul cycle
    - Saving of costs and time

    Measurement Technology for Long- and Short-Term Monitoring

    A customized solution including sensors, measuring amplifiers, data acquisition software, data transmission and analysis provides the technical basis for efficient monitoring. However, correct sensor installation, commissioning and maintenance, as well as the conditioning of test results are indispensable to ensuring successful use of a structural health monitoring system. Both HBK’s modular test and measuring equipment and the highly competent support and service provided by HBK support you and, if necessary, can handle your entire project.

    Measurement data alone is not sufficient today. Data transmission, automatic alarms and analysis, comprehensive logs, as well as remote diagnostics and control are indispensable for operating monitoring systems. Whether you use a complex company network or a stand-alone solution, HBK is looking to provide you with the perfect solution.

    Visit us at www.hbkworld.com

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    Phone +49 6151 803 0
    E-mail  
    Website www.hbkworld.com
    Booth no. 8
  • Vallen Systeme GmbH
    Vallen Systeme GmbH Vallen Systeme GmbH

    ALL-IN-ONE MEASUREMENT CHAIN

    Self-Checking Sensor Network - Automated Data Analysis and Alarming - Cloud-Based Data Visualization

    We offer customized turnkey systems consisting of sensor network, data acquisition, software and dashboard as comfortable solutions for various 24/7 real-time structural health monitoring (SHM) projects. The known “hot spots” representing the critical sources of defect can be easily equipped with our self-checking sensors and additional sensor types, e.g., for temperature, wind speed or strain gauge measurement, to monitor and analyze activities inside industrial assets or new constructions. Through our Vallen software, all sensor data can be conveniently evaluated together and visualized in our dashboard. Using our all-in-one measurement system helps you to get your monitoring challenge under complete control.

    Contact person Michael Häuserer
    Phone +49 8171 38391 0
    E-Mail info@vallen.de
    Website www.vallen.de
    Booth no. 6