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Sensequake is a world leader in structural health monitoring and seismic assessment for buildings, bridges and infrastructure. We have developed state-of-the-art software and sensors to provide professional services and a turnkey solution to engineers, governments, insurance firms and the real-estate industry. 

Our patented technology performs structural health monitoring and seismic assessment solely based on actual data from highly sensitive vibration sensors—saving engineers time, effort and money—all the while providing superior results. By doing so, you create a smart baseline which can be used for determining any structural changes over time. This allows for the detection of hidden defects, undocumented structural modifications and integrity concerns not detected by visual inspection and traditional engineering practices which can significantly improve disaster preparedness and recovery plans. We also provide periodic, permanent and specialized structural health monitoring solutions.

Applications of our

technology

Baseline Analysis

Ambient Vibration Test

Find the natural frequencies, modal shapes and the damping ratios to create a baseline

Improving Reliability Of Assumption-Based Models

Calibrate pre-existing finite element models to increase their reliability 

Non-Destructive Condition Assessment

Focus on critical locations, examine integrity between structural blocks, structural joints or the flexibility of floors

Vibration

Monitoring

Structural Health

Monitoring

 

Track long-term vibration to check for excessive motion. Especially useful near construction sites or for highly sensitive equipment / structures

Monitor a structure's modal properties periodically or permanently to detect hidden changes

 

Seismic Non-Structural

Evaluation

Damage

Estimation

Seismic Structural

Evaluation

Run time-history analyses on

any amount of ground motions to

provide the response histories and

maximum global seismic demands

without finite element models

Supply response spectra at any location on the structural platforms to provide further component damage evaluations

 

Compare the generated seismic demands with codes such as FEMA P58 leading to repair time and damage cost estimates

Benefits

Increased reliability and accuracy

 

No need for detailed engineering plans and assumptions

 

Rapid seismic assessment

 

Optimized retrofit schemes for more reliable and cost-efficient structures

 

Results based on actual data from sensors

 

No need for finite element models

 

Why choose

Sensequake?

Parliament of Canada

Michael Petrescu-Comnene 

Senior Structural Project Manager

Charles-Lemoyne Hospital

Serge Vézina 

Ing. P. Eng. M. Eng.
Director of Structures, buildings et special projects
Vice President of Engineering and International Special Projects 

Federal Canadian Research Centres

Peter Slinn 

Engineering Manager

1st Place Prix Montréal Inc.

November 30, 2017

Sensequake is awarded the 1st place for the Prix Montréal Inc. by Fondation Montréal Inc. for being the best startup of 2017 out of the next generation of Montreal entrepreneurs.

 

Winners of the 2015-2016 William and Rhea Seath Awards Competition

April 27, 2016

Sensequake founders receive the prestigious William and Rhea Seath Award and $15000 for their 3D-SAM innovation; the highest distinction awarded to professors/students in McGill's faculty of Engineering for the best inventions of the year.

 

PhD duo create incredible damage assessment software for earthquakes

October 15, 2015

MTLinTech interviewed Sensequake co-founders to showcase their technology and demonstrate its relevance. A 2013 study by AIR predicted that potential major earthquakes in Quebec in the next 50 years could cost the government $60 billion.

 

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Sensequake as startup of the month by Quartier de L'Innovation, a great video clip about our technology.

Sensequake CEO presenting at Mega Demo Day at Olympia Theatre, Montreal, in front of 1,500 people.

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