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    Geokon, Incorporated manufactures a complete line of high-quality geotechnical instrumentation suitable for monitoring dams, tunnels, mines, foundations, piles, embankments, bridges, excavations,...
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    At eentec, we pride ourselves on providing superior service to our customers by supplying quality instruments that match their specific data needs. From our innovative R-2 Rotational Sensor and...
  • News - 16 Feb 2011
    The National Building Research Organization (NBRO) of Sri Lanka has asked the national government to install meters that have systems that will sense landslides in areas potentially at risk across the...
  • News - 17 Jan 2011
    Philippines - The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will deploy locally-developed landslide sensors in risk areas around the country in preparation for possible calamities during this...
  • News - 30 Sep 2014
    Optical fiber sensors are used around the world to monitor the condition of difficult-to-access segments of infrastructure—such as the underbellies of bridges, the exterior walls of tunnels, the...
  • News - 25 Oct 2013
    Using technology found in cell phones, inexpensive sensors being tested at Monte Sano State Park might one day soon save lives by giving advance warning of deadly landslides in at-risk areas around...
  • News - 31 May 2011
    A team of engineers and geologists from the University of the Philippines (UP)-Diliman, has installed the landslide monitoring equipment in the catastrophic regions of Benguet. The objective of the...
  • News - 11 Feb 2011
    Researchers at the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute of the University of the Philippines have developed a sensor to forecast landslides. The Landslide Early Warning System was launched...
  • News - 25 Jan 2011
    The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) declared that is has planned to deploy 10 sensors in five regions across the country that are affected by...
  • News - 27 Oct 2010
    Loughborough University scientists in association with the British Geological Survey have advanced an innovative sound sensing technology that helps in forecasting the chances of a landslide. This...