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We provide a wide collection of instrumentation services to measure  precise, reliable, and accurate monitoring the earth structures.


Tiltmeter is use to monitor changes in the inclination of a structure. Tiltmeter data can provide an accurate history of inclination of a structure and early warning of potential structural damage.

The tiltmeter system includes a tilt plate, the portable tiltmeter, and a readout unit. Tilt plates are available in ceramic or bronze. Both types are dimensionally stable and weather resistant. Tilt plates are mounted on the structure in specified locations. They are typically bonded to the structure, but may also be screwed to the surface.

To obtain tilt readings, the operator first connects the tiltmeter to the readout unit, then the tiltmeter on the tilt plate. The operator subsequently records the displayed reading. Thereafter, operator rotates the tiltmeter 180 degrees and obtains a second reading. Finally, the two readings are averaged to cancel sensor offset. Changes in tilt are found by comparing the current reading to the initial reading.


Inclinometer is used monitor lateral movements of the ground or wall,  allowing us to monitoring slopes and landslides to detect zones of movement and establish whether movement is constant, accelerating, or responding to remedial measures

Applications for inclinometers include:
– Monitoring horizontal slopes movement and landslides
– Monitoring diaphragm walls and sheet piles horizontal displacement
– Monitoring the effects of tunneling operations to adjacent subsoil movement

Total Station

Total station is an optical instrument commonly used in construction, surveying and civil engineering. It is useful for measuring horizontal angles, vertical angles and distance — it does this by analyzing the slope between itself and a specific point.

A high-quality total station camera combines surveying, imaging and high-speed 3D scanning into one precise and reliable instrument. It blends the latest field technologies with advanced technical features to create a tool that is trusty and dependable in demanding field situations while producing accurate results for analysis and engineering.


Piezometer is used to measure underground water pressure. It converts water pressure to a frequency signal via a diaphragm and a tensioned steel wire providing information essential to:

  • Understanding initial site conditions.

  • Determining safe rates for placement of fill

  • Predicting slope stability.

  • Designing for lateral earth pressures.

  • Evaluating the effectiveness of drainage schemes.

  • Checking the performance of containment systems.

Soil Moisture Sensors

Soil moisture sensors measure the volumetric water content in soil.  We provide accurate soil moisture sensors which can be seamlessly integrated with the software system. This allows us to easily monitor, analyze and control irrigation and fertigation via mobile.  Our soil moisture sensors are built to last and provide accurate data even in extreme temperatures and regardless of soil type.

  • Cost-effectiveness and reliability

  • Rugged design and weather-proof

  • Easy installation. Easy integration.

  • Adaptable to all soil and soilless media types

  • Accurate monitoring with access to real-time data 

Crack Meter

Crack meter is designed to monitor and measure movement across surface cracks and joints. They are easily installed by grouting, bolting or bonding the two threaded anchors (with ball joints) or other mounts, on either side of the crack/joint, and then reattaching the anchors to the sensor.

Noise Meter

Noise Meter is used to measure, manage and record noise record accurately. We can then determine whether the levels exceed legal limits set by national or international regulations. 

Vibration Meter

​We provide vibration monitoring for buildings and structures which are reliable and accurate. This assist to alert engineers against any destructive vibration event against the structure.

Applications of our vibration techniques include:

  • Assess – Determine whether the vibration data acquired exceeds acceptable limits

  • Investigate – Identify and verify vibration sources and transmission paths.

  • Mitigate – Recommend and implement modifications/adjustments to achieve the ideal reduction in vibration level.

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