SismaLab micro accelerometer

SismaLab micro is a multi-purpose accelerometric sensor that integrates a seismic accelerometric backhoe and a second structural backhoe.
The structural accelerometric backhoe allows real-time monitoring of the dynamic response of bridges, buildings bell towers and piezometers by processing characteristic frequencies while the seismic one monitors any earthquake and in case of exceeding a predetermined threshold generates alarms and intercepts potentially dangerous utilities.
To store the data and process the Fourier transforms needed to calculate the frequencies, the instrument integrates a micro PC that also handles data transmission to the cloud.
"SismaLab micro" is produced in two versions: "master" and "slave," the former transmits data directly to the cloud autonomously while the latter needs a router or the "master" version that includes a router to transmit.
The signals can be synchronized. "SismaLab micro" in addition to Fourier analysis can be used for vehicular flow analysis and as a crash-monitor for guard-rail barriers or for seismic monitoring and building protection. In case of earthquake, "SismaLab micro" can shut down utilities such as GAS, electricity, etc.

SismaLab micro with integrated router

SismaLab micro

Master version integrating the router

SismaLab micro-wireless slave

SismaLab micro

Slave version that does not integrate the router

Data transmitted through a network travels in the form of packets. The router's purpose is to direct the traffic of such packets on their journey, whether it must traverse different private local area networks, or the global Internet. A packet is typically forwarded from one router to another router across the networks that make up a network such as the Internet, until it reaches the destination node.

SismaLab micro-router


A router is a network device that forwards data packets across computer networks.