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 Infrastructure Monitoring

Infrastructure Monitoring Systems are deployed primarily
for Earthen dams and their surrounding environments.

Strategically placed QuB stations acquire data for soil and rock behaviors
such as settlement, lateral displacement, consolidation, ground water level, etc. 

Our dam monitoring stations are solar powered with wireless communications, designed to gather and transmit data of soil and rock behavior. These include parameters such as: settlement, lateral displacement, consolidation
and ground water levels.

Sensors employed can include vibrating wire transducers as well as piezometers, inclinometers, extensometers, strain gages and meteorological sensors to name a few.

Digital camera systems are now a common addition on most dam monitoring systems to provide real-time viewing, photo documentation and historical images. 

QuB stations provide critical data for dam safety.

Camera Surveillance Monitoring

Many installed monitoring systems utilize digital camera technology that offer visual surveillance of equipment and surrounding environments. Cameras can be installed on QuB stations or stand-alone, providing real-time PTZ viewing,
night vision, photo documentation and historical time-line images.

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Data Display and Reporting

The integrated Merlin software system provides real time QA/QC, advanced notification of out of compliance readings and data gaps, and the ability to annotate data for export or presentation.


Standard reports include time history, and offset from baseline reading over any date range. Reports are developed using SQL Server Reporting Services, so even custom reports can be developed in-house with standard database query and formatting skills.

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