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805, 2020

The urban environment post COVID-19: a paradigm shift for pollution and security?

By Géraldine DAUMAS|May 8th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Innovation & trends|0 Comments

Throughout history, pandemics have severely impacted major cities and our current crisis is no different. Urban spaces with denser populations will always be more susceptible to diseases that can be spread via airborne contagions, [...]

3103, 2020

Cross bore or single point solutions for ultrasonic tunnel airflow monitoring

By Graham Jennings|March 31st, 2020|Categories: Blog, Tunnel Monitoring|0 Comments

Road tunnels require continual fresh air flow to ensure that visibility is maintained and toxic gases levels are kept within acceptable limits. In the event that levels exceed those limits, the tunnels’ ventilation systems [...]

2603, 2020

The importance of monitoring toxic gases and emissions in tunnels

By Graham Jennings|March 26th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Tunnel Monitoring|0 Comments

Modern, fuel-efficient vehicles may emit significantly less toxic gas and particulate matter than earlier models, but it is still vitally important to monitor emissions in road tunnels and have an efficient ventilation control system [...]

1702, 2020

Predictive maintenance: forecast, anticipate or predict?

By Bertrand Wascat|February 17th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Predictive Maintenance strategy|0 Comments

What really does the term “predictive maintenance” mean? Should we really seek to forecast the date on which a machine or part will malfunction? Is this entirely possible? As scientists and specialists in vibration [...]

1402, 2020

Wireless monitoring: track more equipment at a lower cost

By Guillaume Lavaure|February 14th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Predictive Maintenance strategy|0 Comments

Vibration monitoring has existed for years, and over the years we have been constrained to connect various sensors placed on a machine to a network using tens or even hundreds of meters of cables, [...]