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12 June 2018 Published in blog
 Media Release   Güralp Systems Ltd is proud to announce successful transition to ISO9001:2015 certification by Socotec Certification International for the quality management system covering its design and manufacture of low noise broadband seismometers, accelerometers, digitisers and networking equipment for science and engineering; and for the management of customer owned seismic stations. The audit conducted during May 2018 confirmed that the management system is in compliance with the ISO9001:2015 standard and noted the progress made since initial certification was obtained. This recognition from an independent third party for the 10th year running is the result of a determined joint effort from everyone in the company. It confirms Güralp’s commitment to its current and prospective customers, investors, suppliers and other parties interested in quality. Chief Executive, Chris Potts commented: "Delivering high quality products and customer satisfaction is fundamental to the future of our business so our successful transition to ISO 9001:2015…
16 May 2018 Published in blog
 Media Release In 2017, Güralp employees were proud to present funds they had raised to Fir Tree Lodge, one of two nearby residential homes, run by Charity SeeAbility that provides support for people living with multiple disabilities and sight loss. Following the presentation, our staff were so moved and inspired by the residents of Fir Tree House that it was agreed that fundraising efforts in the lead up to Christmas 2017 should again be for SeeAbility. We are pleased to say that our generous employees exceeded their earlier record and raised an impressive £505, a figure that was further boosted by the company, to bring the total to £750. Earlier this year, a small group of Güralp staff visited Heather House, the second of the local residential homes run by SeeAbility, to meet the residents and staff and to present the cheque. Heather House specialises in providing support for young…
11 May 2018 Published in blog
Media Release Güralp Systems Ltd, the leading global provider of seismic monitoring instrumentation and solutions, has announced a new exclusive distribution partnership for the territory of China with Beijing Ouhualian Science & Technology (BOST). BOST have a very successful track record in delivering geotechnical products such as ground-penetrating radar (GPR) equipment and geotechnical monitoring instruments to the Chinese market. They also supply active sources for subsurface imaging. Commenting on the new arrangement, Liu Yu, General Manager of Beijing Ouhualian Science & Technology said, "Güralp is world leader in the design and manufacture of broadband seismometers. BOST is very pleased to fully support Güralp end-users in China and introduce the excellent instruments to new customers.” The expansion of the BOST product range to include Güralp seismic instrumentation is a natural fit for their business and both Güralp and our customers will benefit from BOST’s wealth of experience in academic, engineering and…
14 February 2018 Published in blog
Media Release Güralp Systems Ltd, the leading global provider of seismic monitoring instrumentation and solutions, has further strengthened its distribution network with a new distributor within the EMEA region. Having worked successfully with IFIPCO for a number of years on a project by project basis, we are pleased to formerly recognise IFIPCO as our new exclusive distributor for Greece. IFIPCO was established in 1965 by John Fourniadis, a PhD meteorologist and former Air Force pilot. Over the years IFIPCO has been involved in supplying and commissioning a variety of high profile monitoring systems in the fields of seismology, meteorology, radioactivity, structural health and transportation. With a strong focus on after service support, the addition of IFIPCO to our pool of distributors reflects our commitment to working with distribution partners who can assist in bringing sophisticated Güralp seismic instrumentation to the global marketplace whilst providing first class customer service. “We are…
11 December 2017 Published in blog
Fortimus Smart Digital Accelerometer Güralp, the leading global provider of force-feedback seismic monitoring instrumentation is launching Fortimus, a strong motion digital accelerometer, at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting this week in New Orleans, USA. Fortimus for earthquake early warning (EEW) and structural health monitoring The Fortimus combines the versatile Fortis sensor with the advanced data recording and software communication capability of the Minimus to deliver an advanced instrument that is compact, quick to install and simple to use. At just 165 mm in diameter and just 84 mm high (with feet), the Fortimus boasts a host of smart features including: A touch-screen 2.4 inch LCD for viewing waveforms, state of health, virtual instrument level and access to full instrument controls. An ultra-low-latency mode for EEW Industry standard triggering algorithms (STA/LTA) Common Alert Protocol (CAP) enabled for automated emergency warning Variable gain options from 0.5 g to 4 g to…
07 December 2017 Published in blog
Minimus seismic digitiser: Increased functionality and a new eight channel version Following the success of the Minimus launch in 2016, Güralp, the leading global provider of force-feedback seismic monitoring instrumentation, has extended its capabilities with a host of additional features and is launching an eight channel version for multi-instrument stations at the AGU 2017 Fall Meeting. Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) and Structural Health monitoring capabilities The Minimus met an enthusiastic response following its launch in 2016 and since then, significant energy has been invested in further developing the digitisers’ capabilities. New out of the box features include the incorporation of industry standard triggering algorithms for EEW (STA/LTA), multi-instrument voting to mitigate false positive alerts and the Minimus is now Common Alert Protocol (CAP) for automated emergency warning. These new features make the Minimus particularly attractive for EEW and structural health monitoring applications. New Minimus+ with eight primary digitisation channels For…



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