контроль инженерных конструкций система марс мониторинг

Automated stationary system for monitoring of engineering structures (SMIC) is a subsystem of the structured system for monitoring and control of engineering systems of buildings and structures (SMIS), developed within the requirements of the national standard GOST R 22.1.12-2005 "Safety in emergencies. The structured system of monitoring and control of engineering systems of buildings and structures. General requirements" and is intended to prevent the transition of the monitoring object in the limited workability or emergency state, which could lead to loss of life.

SMIC makes it possible to detect at an early stage changes in bearing capacity of the foundation and structural elements and timely inform the personnel of the on-duty dispatcher service of the object about critical changes in parameters of the state of the supporting structures of the object.

Main features and functions:

Integrated control tools:

  • Condition of engineering structures;
  • Monitoring of dangerous loads and damages;
  • Monitoring of weather conditions;
  • Video cameras and video analytics.
Sensors used:
  • Load, vibration, strain sensors;
  • Meteostation (weather conditions);
  • Motion sensors.
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