Resensys Demos How Their Strain and Vibration SenSpots Work With Super Cool Model Truck Test

In this short demonstration, Resensys shows the functionality of their wireless sensors for remotely monitoring strain, vibration, tilt and inclination, displacement, temperature, and humidity on highway bridges. The sample bridge has a simple span and two piers,

Resensys wireless bridge monitoring technology featured in National Science Foundation (NSF) Science 360 News!

Resensys was in the center of national attention once again. This time , Resensys  SenSpot sensors were  featured in highly prestigious National Science Foundation Science 360 News on Oct. 6.  Wireless SenSpot sensors are capable of long term monitoring

Resensys Wireless Monitoring System Deployed on US 50, Maryland

    On Sep 16th 2015, Resensys structural health monitoring system was installed on another major bridge in Maryland over US 50.  A cluster of 8 strain and 8 tilt SenSpot sensors are monitoring the functioning of

Resensys Wireless Monitoring System Deployed on US 29, Maryland

The system installed on Aug 27th 2015, consists of 8 tilt and 8 strain SenSpot sensors and one SeniMax data logger and remote communication gateway. The main purpose of the installation is to monitor operation of the

Resensys Wireless Monitoring System Deployed on Joppa Road, Maryland

In July 2015, on a gorgeous morning of early summer, a Resensys structural health monitoring system was deployed on a bridge on Joppa Road, MD. The system consists of tilt and strain SenSpot sensors. The main purpose of the

Resensys at International Bridge Conference (IBC), Pittsburgh, PA USA

Resensys will be exhibiting at the International Bridge Conference (IBC) 2015 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA June 8-11 , 2015. Drop by Exhibit hall (Hall “B”) booth #221 to visit our live products

Resensys Technology was Featured in National Science Foundation (NSF) Video

National Science Foundation (NSF) released a video in April 2015 featuring Resensys wireless technology for long term  monitoring of highway bridges. The video reviews a history of Resensys and how the technology evolved from pure research funded by NSF into

Resensys LLC Presentation in Mpact Event

Resensys Wireless Structural Health Monitoring System was invited for presentation in the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering Mpact Week. This event which lasts for four days showcases the Clark School’s research, education, innovation, and

Resensys on YouTube!

This video shows some deployments of Resensys Structural Health Monitoring systems and SenSpot sensors which have been done recently on different highway bridges, tunnels, and buildings.  

Resensys Wireless Senspot sensor deployed to monitor I-70 Bridge over Patapsco River

In September 2014, a Resensys structural health monitoring system was deployed on the West and East Bound bridges on I-70 bridge over Patapsco River. The solution consists of several strain gauge SenSpots for monitoring the amount of