Resensys wireless strain and tilt sensors on fracture critical US522 over Potomac River Bridge

Resensy’s wireless strain sensors (Strain SenSpot) and wireless tilt sensors (Tilt SenSpot) were used to monitor another fracture critical bridge in Maryland. The structural health monitoring based on Resensys SenSpot sensors system was deployed on bridge US522

Resensys at International Bridge Conference (IBC), National Harbor, Maryland, USA

Resensys will be exhibiting at the International Bridge Conference (IBC) 2017 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD June 5-8, 2017. Drop by exhibit hall booth #326 to visit our live products and breakthrough technology and learn

Resensys LLC at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 96th Annual Meeting

Resensys LLC will be exhibiting at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 96th Annual Meeting  in Washington, D.C. at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.  Drop by Exhibit hall booth #1337 to visit our live products and breakthrough technology and share our

Resensys Strain Monitoring System on SR-16 Clay County Culvert Florida

On November 21st 2016, a Resensys structural health monitoring system was deployed on SR-16 Clay County Culvert. The system consists of 4 high rate strain SenSpot sensors and one SeniMax data logger and remote communication gateways.  

Resensys Wireless Bridge Monitoring for Fracture Critical Bridges at 2016 Northeast Bridge Preservation Partnership (NEBPP – 2016)

In September 2016, Resensys wireless technology for monitoring fracture critical bridges was presented at the Northeast Bridge Preservation Partnership (NEBPP). NEBPP is comprised of representatives from regional state and local highway agencies, provincial transport agencies, industry, suppliers, consultants, and academia. A

Resensys Wireless SenSpot Sensors for Fracture Critical Bridges

Resensys wireless technology featured in Bridge Design & Engineering magazine in August 2016. Resensys technology offers easy-to-install wireless devices for long-term monitoring of fracture-critical bridges. It can monitor strain and temperature on girders, truss members, gusset plates,

Resensys Adds More Strain SenSpots and Conducts Truck Test on Gold Star Memorial Bridge, Connecticut

In July 2016, AI Engineers was tasked by the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) to work with the Resensys team to add 8 more Wireless Strain SenSpot Sensors in addition to the 20 previously installed strain gauges. During this instillation

Resensys Receives New Project to wirelessly Monitor Strain on Connecticut’s Largest Structure

On the col morning of December 8th, 2015, Resensys team was brought to in New London, Connecticut along with a team of AI Engineers to deploy the Resensys Health Monitoring System on the Gold Star Memorial Bridge. Opened

Resensys High-Rate Strain SenSpot Sensors Deployed on Robert O Norris Bridge in White Stone, Virginia

On October 12th 2015, Resensys was tasked by the Virginia Department of Transportation to the Robert O Norris Bridge in White Stone, Virginia. Guiding traffic over Rappahannock River, the 50+ year old structure is nearly 10,000 feet

Resensys continoius strain monitoring SenSpot sensors for load-rating of Route 12 bridge over Mill Brooke, Connecticut

On the warm early fall morning of the 22nd of September, 2015, a team of AI Engineers were deployed along with the Resensys team by the Connecticut Department of Transportation to install multiple SenSpot high rate strain