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Geology

SIAP+MICROS provides geological monitoring systems to ensure the protection of the ground by events such as landslides and mudslides. 
The instrumentation integrated in our acquisition systems, data transmission and processing, covers all fields of geological investigation: from geotechnical surface to the depth one; from the instrumentation for the hydraulic control of the subsoil to the equipment for the monitoring of the mechanical vibration and tensors stress - strain.
Geophones, accelerometers, inclinometers, strain gauges, load cells, cables, fasteners, etc.. are integrated in our monitoring systems in order to satisfy the need to manage emergencies and dangerous scenarios. Prompt integrated assessments, both spatial and temporal, allow effective oversight activities and warning of hydro-meteorological and geological events as well as prevent and predict phenomena such as triggers, landslides, debris flows, etc.

ALMOND-F

The monitoring and alert system ALMOND-F (Alarm and Monitoring System for Debris-Flow), which has been designed by SIAP+MICROS and CNR...

Landslide Monitoring

In order to surveying the evolution of landslide movements which occur on railway station, an acquisition system made by different kind of geological and...

NEWS

10 May 2022 Baptism of the sea for the new buoy of the Italian national wave network (RON)

The new RON buoy during a Bora storm Less than a month after the launch of the eighth buoy of the National Wave Network, a strong Bora (the Adriatic n...

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11 April 2022 Siap+Micros in support of a new scientific project of ‚Äč‚ÄčIspra and Ismar-CNR

The new buoy and the CNR platform The update of the national wave network (RON) which, in 2020, was only a project (we had written about it in a previ...

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6 April 2022 Partnership with Teconer Oy for road safety

Optical surface sensor Siap+Micros has signed an agreement with Teconer Oy (Finland) aimed to integrate the proven technologies of non contact road su...

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