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:
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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For urgent enquiries please call 020 3727 1000 and speak to Fergus Wheeler, Louisa Feltes or Jess Gill.
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.