Vibration monitoring doesn't have to be difficult
Are you looking for an efficient, accurate, and easy-to-install vibration monitor? Look no further than the SWARM vibration monitor! This advanced technological device is the ultimate solution to control your environment.
SWARM vibration monitor
Effortless construction vibration monitoring
The SWARM vibration monitor performs high-quality vibration measurements at construction and infrastructure sites. It sends the measurement data wirelessly to the Honeycomb web platform, where you can view it in real-time. If the vibration levels are so high that adjacent structures are at risk of being damaged or residents likely to experience nuisance, you will receive instant alerts.
Vibration monitor with MEMS technology
MEMS is an abbreviation for 'microelectromechanical systems.' MEMS technology allows for the manufacturing of microscale devices such as sensors. Those miniature silicon chip devices are highly reliable and rapidly responding. MEMS-based sensors are suitable for construction work and nuisance, structural health monitoring, and traffic monitoring. They work particularly well in projects where:
- You want to benefit from remote monitoring
- Less experienced people install a vibration monitor
- Real-time insights and remote access are crucial
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5 steps to start measuring
Mount the SWARM
Simply mount the SWARM on a wall using a single screw. No hassle with alignment, just secure it on the wall with the Omnidots logo up.
Connect the SWARM to your power source, SWARM Battery, or Solar Panel.
The SWARM now conducts auto alignment and starts measuring.
Set up online
Log in to your Honeycomb account. Here you can adjust the measurement settings and select options for alarm notifications.
You can now view measurement data and generate customized reports, 24/7, anywhere on any device!
Intuitive solution for the construction and infrastructure sector
Most of our clients use the SWARM vibration monitor worldwide in construction and infrastructure. Thanks to its intuitive nature, you don't need to follow long training sessions to work with this device.
Do you want to prevent potential vibration damage to structures and nuisance for people outside of the construction scope? So far, our clients are successfully using the SWARM to measure vibrations at windmills, data centers, and heavy-traffic sites.
What others say about Omnidots
"If I had used equipment other than the Omnidots sensors in these projects, I probably would have spent much longer processing the data and taking the measurements. In terms of operations, I think Omnidots is the ideal product on the market right now."
Martijn van Delft
Vibration Monitoring Expert at Allnamics
“We were watching the monitoring market for innovations when we encountered the Omnidots refreshing approach. It was immediately clear that this was a new, exciting take on the market and a chance to provide the UK market with a modern vibration monitoring solution, backed by a cloud-based monitoring and support portal."
From EEMC Monitors
“With the same number of people, and in the same amount of time, we can now place three or four times as many monitoring devices as with the older systems.”
Monitoring Expert at Quattro Expertise
More details about the SWARM
Active in 33 countries
Omnidots is striving to be a worldwide provider of environmental monitoring solutions.
In the first quarter of 2023.
Use case: Ground vibration monitoring in mine blasting
Nicolás Acuña Caro
For this project, SEMAM uses three SWARM devices with batteries to measure the ground vibrations at the copper mine site. "It is so useful for us that we can still do the measurements even when the SWARM cannot connect to any network while being in the desert. The SWARM keeps measuring and storing its data until it comes online. At the mining site, we make a quick measurement, go to the office, download the data and then analyze it. The Omnidots solution is really easy to use."