MTS Systems Corporation, a leading global supplier of high-performance test systems and position sensors, today announced it has developed the world's most advanced, large-scale, privately owned seismic test system for Kajima Corporation Technical Research in Tokyo, Japan.
Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA) is introducing an upgraded early warning monitoring system featuring "consumable" unattended seismic sensors that can be deployed several miles away from a military base, nuclear power plant, border, or other secured area.
Textron Defense Systems, an operating unit of Textron Systems, a Textron Inc. company, announced today its MicroObserver® Unattended Ground Sensor (UGS) system has been named "Best Outdoor/Ground Sensor" by GSN: Government Security News as part of the publication's inaugural Border Security Awards program.
Plessey and Atlantik Elektronik GmbH has announced that Atlantik will become the sales representative for the complete range of Plessey products for the European market. Atlantik Elektronik is one of Europe's most complete electronics distributors and providers of advanced solutions. The distribution agreement includes the regions of Central Europe, Scandinavia, Turkey and Eastern Europe.
International Seismic Corp (iSeis), a leading cableless seismic recording manufacturer, and SRD Innovations Inc. (SRD), a private high tech wireless company, jointly announced today the commercial launch of hyMesh-Sigma™, a patented solution, that enables wireless real-time collection of seismic data.
The more time it takes for an earthquake fault to heal, the faster the shake it will produce when it finally ruptures, according to a new study by engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, who conducted their work using a tabletop model of a quake fault.
PNI Sensor, the well-established, U.S.-based manufacturer of geomagnetic components and heading sensors, today introduced their SeaTRAX magneto-inductive heading sensor. SeaTRAX meets all stringent streamer specifications at a price well under the $1000 barrier.
Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced today that it has acquired assets of privately-held Refraction Technology, Inc. (REF TEK) of Plano, Texas, a leading provider of seismic sensors and high-frequency data logging systems. The asset acquisition is expected to extend Trimble's infrastructure solutions for scientific research and monitoring applications. Financial terms were not disclosed.
ESG Solutions, an industry leader in microseismic technology and services is pleased to introduce its new Hybrid Downhole/Near-surface microseismic solution.
An Acorn Energy portfolio company, US Seismic Systems declared that it has received an order of over $1 million for a sensor system based on one-hundred level Ultra-High Sensitivity fiber optic, to be deployed in the oil & gas industry for down-hole seismic imaging and monitoring.