SMARTEC and its sister company TELEMAC have provided the reactor containment building’s monitoring system for the Finnish EPR in Olkiluoto since its early construction back in 2007. In January 2019 an engineering team from both companies participated
Smartec in collaboration with Politecnico of Turin has pervormed a series of crack detection tests in concrete beams using different types of distriuted optical fiber cables.
The two parallel outdoor penstocks of Perebella – Rosone are located near the “Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso” in Piemonte, Italy.
Commissioned by the municipality of Amsterdam, Max Bögl Nederland is building the Cuyperstrap in the monumental station building of Amsterdam Central, as part of ‘project De Entree’; Cuyperstrap will enable a dry transfer from train to metro station.
A structural monitoring system was installed in 2007 by Riga Technical University; at that time 21 SOFO long base deformation sensors and a measurement system for automatic crack monitoring were implemented. The monitoring system was upgraded in 2019
The Hong Kong Airport expansion project, currently underway, involves major land reclamation works. In order to evaluate the mechanical properties of these newly constructed columns, pressuremeter testing were undertaken.
A portion of the concrete lining of the SAN SALVATORE tunnel collapse in June 2017 due to water accumulation. It was decided to install distributed fiber optic sensors onto the tunnel liner for a continuous and automatic monitoring of the tunnel.
Smartec provided a turn-key service of Structural Health Monitoring SHM for three of the six dams on Jersey Island: Val de La Mare, Handois and Grand Vaux.
The Oleoducto de Crudos Pesados Oil Pipeline (OCP) with its 485km in length and total capacity of 190,000b/d of crude oil runs from the Oriente Region oil fields to the Balao Oil Terminal in Esmeraldas, Ecuador.