Monitoring Solutions Overview
Mabey offers a range of structural and environmental monitoring solutions for engineering assets and infrastructure.
Coupling almost a century of experience in construction and civil engineering with cutting edge technology, Mabey provides a unique combination of structural and environmental monitoring techniques, working together with hydraulic control to provide a complete range of solutions.
Our dedicated, experienced team of civil, structural and hydraulics engineers focus on developing and delivering new, efficient monitoring and control solutions.
LIVEsite, our unique web-portal, provides real-time data to engineers to give early indication of issues and to enable rapid response where appropriate.
- Range of structural and environmental monitoring solutions
- Focused, accurate and reliable data to engineers through our bespoke LIVEsite software and web portal
- Ease of understanding and interrogation of data - advanced data conditioning ensures an accurate data set
- Flexible and customisable limit checks with multiple levels
- Powerful event management and messaging capabilities
- Visual and alphanumeric analysis
- Import/export to other systems (ASCII, DXF, WMF, standard Excel formats)
- Automatic backup and archive
Range of structural monitoring solutions including geotechnic and geodetic techniques
Environmental monitoring systems, from hand held portable devices to fully-automated systems
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