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
  • 256 levels of variable gain to optimise performance for a wide range of shaking scenarios
  • Advanced network connectivity – full controls can be accessed on the instrument, via Güralp Discovery, our software platform, or via a standard web browser

The Fortimus is the latest development in the Güralp smart generation of instruments.

Philip Hill, Engineering Director at Güralp explains:

“Everyday we all play with incredibly clever technology on our phones, at home, at work, in the cloud – and we don’t think twice about it. Our aim is to utilise all the relevant technology that makes that possible and apply the best bits to our seismic instrumentation – to make it as easy as possible for our customers to get the best out of them”

For full details of the Fortimus and to view it in action, please visit Güralp at stand 1853.

Not attending AGU? You can find out more on the Fortimus web page here.


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See the Fortimus datasheet for more information

 

 

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Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

 

 

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 increased convenience for multi-instrument stations, Güralp are also releasing a larger capacity version, the Minimus+, which offers eight primary digitisation channels. The Minimus+ can accommodate two triaxial instruments (seismometers and/or accelerometers) plus a Radian posthole or borehole and two auxiliary inputs, e.g. for infrasound and/or meteorological feeds. The Minimus+ offers all the features associated with the four channel digitiser including:

  • Advanced software communications for quick and easy instrument and data management
  • Ultra-low-latency mode for EEW - when used with GDI protocol, transmission can be achieved in 40 ms
  • GüVü Bluetooth Android App for installation integrity checking (available for both Android and iOS devices)
  • Hot-swappable data storage and dual-redundant microSD cards
  • Select from GNSS (GPS, GLONASS or BeiDou) or PTP (Precision Time Protocol) timing sources

Philip Hill, Engineering Director at Güralp discusses the developements:

"A consequence of new mobile computing technology has enabled us to miniaturise the digitiser to make the world's most portable, high performance solution. When we launched the Minimus in 2016, it reflected a step change in terms of digitiser design and user experience and, with these latest developments and the launch of the eight channel Minimus+, we have been able to release even more of that potential.”

If you are attending AGU - come and see us on booth 1853 where you can see the Minimus+ up close. Alternatively you can read more on the Minimus page.

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 Find out more in the Minimus/Minimus+ datasheet

 

 

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Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

 

 

New Scream! release 4.6

07 December 2017
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Software Release

Güralp Systems are pleased to announce the release of version 4.6 of Scream!, the leading software application for Seismometer Configuration, REaltime Acquisition and Monitoring. The new version offers improved spectrograms and WaveView windows, integration with Google Maps/Google Earth and a host of other features. As with previous releases, this edition is freely available to the end user and is compatible with the full Güralp product range.

You can read more about the 4.6 release here.

Existing Scream! users have been notified by email of the new release; new customers should send an email to scream@guralp.com for instructions for accessing the free download, stating any institutional affiliation and the type(s) of equipment with which the software will be used.

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Media Release

Güralp Liber Ocean Bottom Seismometers record migration calls of pygmy blue whales off the coast of Australia and pave way for environmentally responsible exploration.

A fleet of Güralp Liber Ocean Bottom Seismometers (OBS) maintained by Geoscience Australia, funded through AuScope and managed by ANSIR - Research Facilities for Earth Sounding, have recorded the calls of pygmy blue whales as they migrate along the Western Australia coast. As well as demonstrating that the whales stay further from the coast than previously thought, the research has identified an opportunity to test seismic source modelling to ensure environmentally responsible exploration.

The Australian Liber OBS that were deployed are housed in titanium and can remain on the seafloor continuously recording for up to 12 months. They can be commanded to return to the surface using an acoustic communication link. Each OBS incorporates a Güralp 6T-OBS 3-component broadband (0.0167 Hz–100 Hz) seismometer, with a titanium housing; and a hydrophone (2Hz–30KHz) attached to the fourth channel.

The pygmy blue whale calls were recorded on several OBSs on both the broadband seismometers and the hydrophones during a marine seismic survey in 2014-15 that utilised an airgun array as a seismic source. You can listen to an extract of whale calls here, as recorded on the seismometer:



 

It is well established that pygmy blue whales migrate along the Western Australia coast from feeding grounds in the Southern Ocean to breeding grounds in the tropical Indian Ocean although the width of the migration corridor is uncertain. It was believed the whales tend to stay mainly at the edge of the continental shelf during their journey, approaching the coast only in the southern migration leg in November–December at Geographe Bay, Western Australia.

In a project at Curtin University led by Prof Alexander Gavrilov with Garrick Paskos and Alexey Goncharov of Geoscience Australia, hydrophone data from fourteen of the Australian OBSs were processed using CHORUS software, which incorporates an automatic pygmy blue whale sound detector. The results clearly demonstrate that the whales tend to stay 300 to 400 km from the coast, and they rarely move inshore.

The recording of pygmy blue whale calls in the background of active marine survey noise further strengthens the case for using the OBS as a powerful environment monitoring and protection capability. Recording of airgun signals by the OBS allows estimating Sound Pressure Levels (SPL) and Sound Exposure Levels (SEL) to very large offsets exceeding 200 km in some cases. These values could be benchmarked against those predicted by seismic source modelling, and against marine mammals’ injury criteria. Australian OBS data from all new surveys could be made open file to allow further analysis to reduce speculation about the impact of seismic surveys’ noise on marine life.

Liber deployment


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Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

 

 

Media Release

 

Güralp Systems Ltd, the leading global provider of seismic monitoring instrumentation and solutions, has agreed a new distribution partnership with Pretoria-based company Global Technical Solutions for southern and central regions of Africa covering South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Malawi and Rwanda.

 

Global Technical Solutions has extensive knowledge in seismic stations used for Global Teleseismic networks; Micro-Seismic networks as needed for Nuclear siting projects; Reservoir Induced seismic networks; Mining and Civil construction projects.

 

The company’s services include: comprehensive site survey (pre-installation); station design, security and construction; equipment installation and maintenance; training and logistics.

 

"Global Technical Solutions is very excited to be part of the Guralp distribution family, we are looking forward to providing high-quality modern equipment and professional services to clients in southern and central African regions” said Jacques Pretorius, Director

 

Global Technical Solutions is the latest in a series of new distributors that Güralp has confirmed over the past year and the first for the southern/central part of the African continent.

 

The expanded distributor network reflects the company’s commitment to working with partners who can assist in bringing sophisticated Güralp seismic instrumentation to the global marketplace whilst providing first class customer service.


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Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

 

 

Güralp employees raise £470 for SeeAbility, a charity that supports people with sight loss and multiple disabilities.SeeAbility donation

Güralp employees, (left to right) Wayne Noon, Sue Hearne, Garry Gromowski-Cook and Debra Barber, were delighted to present a local residential home run by charity SeeAbility, with a cheque for £470.00. The money was raised over the Christmas period through an alternative Christmas card programme, where employees donated funds instead of buying cards for their colleagues. This initiative raised an impressive £324 which was then topped up with £145 by the company.

Fir Tree Lodge, based just a mile from Güralp’s headquarters in Aldermaston, is one of a number of residential homes throughout the South of England run by SeeAbility.  The home provides support for adults with a range of disabilities and complex needs, specialising in supporting and assisting people with sight loss.

The cheque was presented following a short tour of the amazing facilities at the home, which provides specialist accommodation and support for ten residents. Receiving the cheque is Fir Tree Lodge resident Paul, surrounded by a number of his housemates.

The funds raised have been used to purchase equipment such as a specialist bowling set, giant table top games including scented bingo and an ultraviolet light and neon paints for discos. To find out more about the work of SeeAbility, you can visit their website www.seeability.org.

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NOTES TO EDITORS:

Güralp (www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

Media Release

Guralp Systems Limited is pleased to be a sponsor of the British Seismological Meeting (BSM) 2017 held from the 5 - 7th April 2017 in Reading, United Kingdom.

The BSM aims to bring together seismologists from across the UK and abroad to present and discuss a wide range of seismological research. Session topics at the conference included the rise of induced seismicity, investigating unusual signals and the issues that arise from managing big data amongst others.

BSM 2017 was organised by the International Seismological Centre, a non-governmental organization charged with the final collection, analysis and publication of standard earthquake information from all over the world.

Following the success of the event, planning for a follow up event in 2019 is under way.

 

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NOTES:

Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

 

 

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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.

Allied Associates Geophysical GmbH (AAGD), who will represent Güralp in the German and Austrian market, are a European company supplying geophysical products to the near surface earth science community. Established in 1999 AAGD has unrivalled experience within the geophysical industry and already sells and leases equipment for geophysical, geotechnical and NDT (non-destructive testing) applications.

Delegates at the Annual Meeting of the German Geophysical Society e.V. (DGG) taking place in Potsdam this week will have the opportunity to meet Dr. Susanne Kathage and her colleagues from Allied Associates on stand #03 where she is joined by Güralp’s Hannah Peters.

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NOTES:

Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

 

 

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New ultra-low latency data transmission protocol for Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) unveiled at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. GDI can transmit data 25 times faster than standard EEW protocols.

Güralp Systems Ltd, the leading global provider of seismic monitoring instrumentation and solutions, unveiled a new, free-licence, data transmission protocol that dramatically reduces the time it takes seismic instrumentation to inform Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) systems that an earthquake has occurred.

Güralp has devised a packetized data transmission protocol called Güralp Data Interchange, (GDI) that allows seismic waveforms to be transmitted sample by sample, as they are acquired by the instrumentation. To further improve speed, GDI adapts the size of the data packets it sends to suit the bandwidth available in the network. This means that transmission time is absolutely minimised for the EEW network and data can be received in as little as 30 ms.

Data protocols currently used are also packetized systems, however they require the packet to be filled to a specific size before the packet can be transmitted – and it’s this that introduces delays into the transmission process. Delays can extend to one second or more.

Working in collaboration with gempa, GDI has been incorporated into a plug-in for gempa’s SeisComPro software and is now available to existing SeisComPro customers via the CAPS plugin. For EEW networks not using SeisComPro, GDI is available as a free-license, source code download for integration into existing networks.

Dr. Chris Potts, Güralp Executive Chairman sets out the reasoning for making GDI free to use:

“As soon as we realised GDI’s potential we made the decision to make it a free-licence product. After all, we are foremost, an instrument manufacturer and not a software developer. By providing access to all interested parties, we can ensure that the global community will benefit from GDI and we hope that, by doing this, the EEW community will also contribute to its evolution, for everyone’s benefit.”

On incorporating GDI into SeisComPro, Bernd Weber, CEO, gempa GmbH explains

“GDI is one of the few acquisition modules fulfilling the requirements of EEW. With the integration into SeisComPro a modern sophisticated turnkey solution can be provided to the EEW community.”

The greatest benefit of GDI is when it is combined with low latency digitisation, such as the causal filtering in the Güralp Minimus digitiser (see Minimus brochure for more information). In this example, both digitisation and transmission can be achieved in ~40 ms, significantly less than the typical data delivery time of 1 s using other protocols.

For more information on GDI and how to download the source-code, view the GDI datasheet.

About EEW systems:

EEW systems notify users in a local or regional network when an earthquake event occurs, usually with an indication of the expected severity of the earthquake and an approximate arrival time. Generally the alert will be issued in the manner of a few, to tens, of seconds before the earthquake reaches the users. Although short, this warning time allows for automated systems to shut down services such as elevators, gas supplies and even transport networks. In addition it allows time for people to take steps to protect themselves under tables or in doorways.

The EEW community seek to maximise the warning time so that more sophisticated safety measures can be implemented. For instrument manufacturers, there are two stages where instrument design can contribute to reducing these delays - firstly the processing time required to analyse the seismic data as it arrives (this is necessary to assess the earthquake severity and location) and secondly, the time it takes for the seismic data to be transmitted to the alert system (this is often constrained by the telecommunications network being used).

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Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

gempa GmbH (www.gempa.de) offers a wide range of services and products to monitor, process and analyze elemental activity.

We focus on products around the real-time processing system SeisComP3 which has been developed within the GITEWS (German Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System) project by GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences initially. We continue the development and maintenance of SeisComP3.

Primarily developed for seismology (earthquake monitoring) we extended the framework SeisComP3 to monitor, process and analyze data from for instance buoys and tide gauges for Tsunami Early Warning Systems.

At the center of our attention stand workable and easy to use solutions for your individual challenges.

We are collaborating with international institutions and companies, we work with interesting people all over the world. In a nutshell: we love what we are doing!

 

 

Media Release

Güralp Systems Ltd, the leading global provider of seismic monitoring instrumentation and solutions, is pleased to welcome PT Penta Cipta Reka Utama (PENTACRU) as our new distributor for Indonesia.

PENTACRU provides sales, supply and support services for engineering, marine and telemetry applications to geoscience, as well as monitoring and control solutions.

Inna Megawaty, President Director of PENTACRU said: ‘We are very pleased to be working with Guralp in Indonesia.  By its very nature, Indonesia has a high requirement for quality seismic and engineering instruments for applications in volcanology, geology (both hard and sedimentary rock applications) and infrastructure engineering.’

PENTACRU is the latest in a series of new distribution agreements that Güralp has secured over the last year, and reflects the company’s commitment to working with partners who can assist in bringing the sophisticated Güralp seismic instrumentation to the global marketplace whilst providing first class customer service.


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NOTES:

Güralp Systems Ltd.(www.guralp.com) is a leading global provider of sophisticated seismic monitoring solutions used to understand natural seismological events such as earthquakes, aftershocks and volcanos, as well as induced seismic events, or seismic signals, resulting from human activity.

Our solutions are used in research, civil and industrial applications to increase understanding, optimise processes and to protect people and the environment. Our equipment is installed in all major ocean basins and across all continents worldwide.

Our instruments range in performance from very low frequency, very low noise for global seismology to high dynamic range instruments for local, strong motion monitoring. Our sensors and can be supplied for deployment at the surface, in boreholes and on the ocean bottom. We also provide data acquisition equipment, power and communication accessories and data interpretation software.

Our services include installation and commissioning; network operation; repair and maintenance services; data processing and interpretation.

Headquartered in Reading, in the UK, we have been operating for more than 30 years and have established a global network of distributors who provide local customer support and sales services.

 

 

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