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When to use the Omnidots vibration monitoring and reporting solution

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Jun 3, 2022 12:00:00 AM

You can use Omnidots’ vibration monitoring and reporting solution for a wide range of applications to prevent structural damage and nuisance. Do your projects include heavy vehicle movements, mining blasts, sheet piling, or demolition work? And do you want to protect structures or people from vibration damage? You can easily use our MEMS-based solution to monitor vibrations according to national and international guidelines.

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Vibration monitoring and reporting solution for remote or time-sensitive projects

Omnidots’ fully integrated solution is especially useful when you prefer remote vibration monitoring. With Omnidots’ vibration monitoring and reporting solution, you do not need to come back to the construction site to read the data. After a two-minute installation of the SWARM vibration monitor, you can remotely configure and monitor the vibrations your project causes. This easy and remote installation also helps when you work with many vibration monitors. It’s also helpful when you have limited time available for their installation. In an interview, our customer Quattro Expertise confirmed that you could mount and configure one of Omnidots’ vibration monitoring devices in a quarter of the time it would take you to set up one of the older systems.

Alert multiple stakeholders about vibration exceedances

You might also want to consider this vibration monitoring and reporting solution when you need to keep several stakeholders in the loop about your project. In case of exceedances, the immediate alarm notifications sent out by the SWARM enable you to take action promptly. And you can choose when certain people should receive an alert. For example, you can set a low threshold for yourself to receive an early warning about potentially concerning vibration levels. Then you can check in on the construction site to ensure everything is going according to plan. At the same time, you can set another threshold that sends a direct alert to the construction crew to let them know to stop working when certain levels are exceeded. You can read all about setting up vibration thresholds and receiving alerts in one of our previous blog articles: Alerting when the vibration standard is exceeded: how does it work?

The SWARM alerts multiple stakeholders

Gain clear insights through a user-friendly platform, measuring points, and APIs

Omnidots’ solution for vibration monitoring and reporting is variable. You can use it to see all your vibration data on our Honeycomb platform. Or, if you have your own multiple-sensor overview, you can use APIs to integrate the vibration data. Another unique aspect of the SWARM is that it works with measuring points rather than monitoring devices. For example, if you work on an infrastructure site, you can easily move the project along while keeping track of the data collected at a specific point. This makes it easy to keep track of the collected data and use multiple devices for one monitoring point. If you want to learn more about the value of monitoring measuring points, read our blog article about the advantages of working with measuring points!

As you can see, you can use the Omnidots solution for vibration monitoring and reporting for various purposes. And yet, these are mere examples of possible applications. If you’re unsure whether our solution is suitable for your projects or if you want to know more, contact us! We’ll be happy to help you further.

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