Our technologies for monitoring and documenting change processes

Our geo-monitoring solution for observing changes in infrastructure or terrain surfaces! The system is characterized by its scalability and high flexibility. Depending on the project requirements, geodetic, geotechnical, environmental or imaging sensors are integrated.

TEDAMOS CraneCam

TEDAMOS CraneCam

The CraneCam photographs construction sites using single-lens reflex cameras mounted on the crane boom. High-resolution orthophotos and 3D point clouds are generated from the photos.

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TEDAMOS DroneCam

TEDAMOS DroneCam

With the DroneCam solution, the evaluations and visualizations of drone footage are automated and professionalized.

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TEDAMOS GNSS

TEDAMOS GNSS

Satellite-based 3D deformations - precise to the millimeter, weather-independent, reliable and autonomous thanks to integrated solar cells.

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TEDAMOS Sonic

TEDAMOS Sonic

For construction noise or structure-borne noise measurements, we typically record dB-A, LAF max, LAeq 1', LAeq 5', and LAF min. Sound recordings are conducted under specific criteria. The measurement data is continuously visualized on TEDAMOS Web in heatmaps and time-distance diagrams.

Vibration

Vibration

Our most common application of vibration sensors is the monitoring of construction vibrations in adjacent buildings. Other applications include monitoring of blasts, industrial or traffic-induced vibrations, as well as natural frequency determinations.

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Total Station

Total Station

A total station determines 3D coordinates with millimeter accuracy through angle and distance measurements to prisms. Automation allows for the measurement of 3D coordinates of a few points every 5 minutes or over 100 points per hour. The measurement distances range from a few meters to several hundred meters.

Liquid Levelling System (LLS)

Liquid Levelling System (LLS)

A Liquid Levelling System is primarily used in and around buildings to measure differential settlements of a structure. This system is preferred when there is no line of sight between the measurement points.

 
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In-Place Inclinometers (IPI)

In-Place Inclinometers (IPI)

In-Place-Inclinometers (IPIs) measure changes in inclination and deformations in geotechnical structures such as slopes or excavation walls. An IPI consists of a chain of interconnected, highly precise inclination sensors that are installed along a borehole to enable continuous inclination measurements.

Anchor Force

Anchor Force

An anchor load cell measures the tension force of anchors used in geotechnical applications. It is used to monitor the stability and safety of structures such as retaining walls or rock anchors by continuously measuring the actual tensile forces.

Webcam

Construction Site Webcam

An 8.3 megapixel outdoor camera (including Combox) documents your construction site at 10-minute intervals. Thanks to the "Privacy Protector" option, individuals and vehicles can be continuously removed from the images, or protected areas (e.g., neighboring buildings) can be pixelated. A time-lapse visualization of the construction site is also optionally configurable.

Strain Gauge

Strain Gauge

Strain gauges measure deformations by converting changes in electrical resistance into strains or forces. They are used to monitor buildings and geological structures and offer high precision, real-time data and are robust, cost-effective and easy to install.

Piezometer

Piezometer

Piezometers measure the water pressure in soils, rocks, or aquifers. They are essential for geotechnical and hydrological investigations, enabling monitoring of water levels and conducting stability analyses of structures.

Ultrasonic Sensors

Ultrasonic Sensors

An ultrasonic sensor measures water depth by emitting ultrasonic waves and calculating the time it takes for the waves to be reflected from the water surface and return to the sensor. These sensors analyze changes in water levels in sewer systems during heavy rainfall events.

Meteo Sensor

Meteo Sensor

Our all-in-one weather stations can measure air temperature, air pressure, humidity, precipitation, wind speed, wind direction, and solar radiation. Depending on requirements, simpler sensors may also be used, which capture only a subset of these measurements.

Crackmeter

Crackmeter

Crackmeters, also known as joint meters, monitor the widening of cracks in structures or rock formations. They are used, for example, to assess structural integrity and early detection of potential rock falls.

Tiltmeter

Tiltmeter

Modern tiltmeters are based on MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) technology, where tiny mechanical structures within a chip detect tilt and convert it into electrical signals (accuracies: 0.02° or 0.35 mm/m). We use these sensors for automatic monitoring of rocks, overhead line masts, buildings, or retaining walls.