• Structural health monitoring system by ZETLAB

    Structural health monitoring system can be used at any types of engineering structures: high structures, dams, and dikes, bridges, tunnels, large sports facilities, dilapidated structures, etc.

  • Structural health monitoring system by ZETLAB

    Automated control at various points of the facilities in the course of their construction and use, detection of the controlled parameters non-conformance with the set threshold values

  • Structural health monitoring system by ZETLAB

    ZETLAB Company is ready to provide you with a turn-key system, design and working documentation, installation supervision, start-up and commissioning works.

Structural health monitoring system

Automated stationary structural health monitoring system (SHM) is a subsystem of buildings and structures control system which has been developed in accordance with the applicable requirements of the corresponding standards. It is used to detect a transition of the building state from operational into the state of failure, that may eventually lead to fatal accidents.

Structural health monitoring system (SHM) allows to timely detect ground base bearing capacity change as well as to reveal changes of structural elements and to inform the monitoring service of critical changes in the bearing structures parameters.

Structural Health Monitoring system is a set of subsystems that are used for the controlled parameters monitoring in real-time mode.

Depending on Customer’s requirements, the Structural Health Monitoring System may include all types of the monitoring systems or a particular task-specific set of the monitoring systems.

The number of the control points depends on the structure of a particular facility, thus, these parameters are calculated in the course of system development based on the design documentation.

Along with large-scale distributed monitoring systems for industrial facilities, there also exists a basic configuration of SHM kit, which includes:

Basic package of structural health monitoring system (also referred to as SHM basic package) is a user-friendly, compact and comprehensive system for buildings diagnostics. Structural health monitoring system basic package price: from 6 160 USD

Basic package of the structural health monitoring system can also be used as a portable system for periodical short-term measurements of the following parameters:

  • monitoring and evaluation of acceleration and vibration level;
  • basic modes and damping ratios calculation;
  • structural elements relative deformation control.

Portable bridge structures control system by ZETLAB  is a portable recorder and a set of intelligent digital sensors to be mounted on the controlled structural elements and ZETLAB Software package to be used for processing and analysis of the accumulated data.

Information for project engineers

The SHM has a hierarchical structure and has the following components: digital sensors, data acquisition modules placed inside of electrical cabinets, information computation system components.

Should you have any difficulties with selecting necessary components for your system, fill in the questionnaire and send it to zetlab@zetlab.com. Our specialists will assist you in selecting the necessary system components for your particular task.

Structural health monitoring system - Cloud monitoring solutions by ZETLAB

Cloud monitoring technologies

ZETLAB Company has developed a data server used for storage, calculation, and processing of the measurement results received from the controlled facility with further data transfer to the customer.

When developing a monitoring system used for control of various facilities using ZETLAB measuring instruments, the Customer can select a channel for data transfer from the measuring lines to the data server.

Information for project integration managers

Structural health monitoring system can be used in standalone mode or be integrated into an already existing monitoring system.

Among the additional advantages of the SHM system, one should mention the possibility of integrating third-party transducers into the structure of measuring lines.