We created our measuring and processing systems by taking advantage of our experience gained through years spent with measuring. We created systems with accuracy, reliability, exclusion of environmental noises, easy and quick installation in mind.
Our computer-based systems are capable of performing measurings and saving data for days without any kind of supervision. Our portable measuring units process events and define vibration characteristics right after the occurrence of a certain event.
We use our electrodynamic velocity sensors to determine vibrations created by traffic, building construction and deconstruction, blasts etc., while we use high sensitivity piezoelectric acceleration sensors to examine the condition of special cellar and cave systems. We are capable of measuring vibrations from 0.01 to 100 mm/s in a frequency range of 0.1 to 200 Hz with our velocity sensors, while our piezosensors are capable of measuring even an acceleration of 0.00001 m/s2 in the range of 0 to 1000 Hz.
We regularly re-calibrate our sensors. When using the traditional calibration method, i.e. comparing it to an 'authentic' sensor, a doubt regarding the accuracy of our reference sensor may emerge. Re-calibrating the same sensor in a number of independent labs usually produce different results, therefore we developed our own calibrating system, and with the help of our system we are able to perform measurings traced back to measures (time, movement) that can be easily and accurately measured by anyone.