Events

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Seismic Instruments for Science and Engineering
  • August 2019: Customer Feedback on accelerometers
    August 2019: Customer Feedback on accelerometers
    Feedback given by Sodisstore, Russia, on using accelerometers MTSS-1043A in the structural health monitoring of stadiums in Moscow, Ekaterinburg, Samara, Saransk for FIFA-2018. 

    Feedback given by SMIS Expert, Russia, on installation of accelerometers MTSS-1043A into the structural engineering monitoring system on the sport arena of the Luzhniki complex, Moscow.

    Need for using R-sensors’ accelerometers to ensure security of an urban infrastructure was confirmed.
  • August 2019: R-sensors
    August 2019: R-sensors' project with Bulgarian Academy of Sciences supported
    A project for research of amplitude and frequency characteristics of seismic signals generated by superficial sources was supported. 

    The project is being implemented jointly with Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia, Bulgaria) and will last for 2 years. 

    The scientific problem of the project is creation of new methods to research signals received from superficial sources on the basis of measurement of boundary waves characteristics for steady definition of shift and compression components of a seismic wave field with the use of highly sensitive sensors of angular and linear vibrations based on the principles of a molecular-electronic transfer.
  • July 2019: Participation in SGEM conference, Bulgaria
    July 2019: Participation in SGEM conference, Bulgaria
    R-sensors' team members participated in SGEM-2019 conference. The event took place from 28 June to 07 July 2019 in Albena, Bulgaria. 

    The following research papers were presented at the conference: 


    The SGEM conference brings together scientists, researchers, educators and practitioners from all over the world to exchange ideas and define research priorities in the fields of GeoSciences such as geology, seismic exploration, water resources, ocean ecosystems, ecology, nano-, bio-, green and space technologies for sustainable future.
  • May 2019: R-sensors, a supplier for technological university, Singapore
    May 2019: R-sensors, a supplier for technological university, Singapore
    R-sensors was registered as an official supplier for Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.  

    Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) is a research-intensive public university. It educates 33,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students in the colleges of Engineering, Science, Business, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.
  • April 2019: R-sensors exhibited at EGU Vienna, Austria
    April 2019: R-sensors exhibited at EGU Vienna, Austria
    Dear colleagues and friends! 

    Thank you for visiting R-sensors’ exposition at the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU). The event took place on 07-12 April in the Austria Center Vienna. 

    R-sensors presented new digital products such as a digital force-feedback broadband seismometer CME-6111ND as well as a multipurpose programmable unit NDAS-RT expanding the networking capabilities of digital seismic sensors produced by R-Sensors. Moreover, the booth was shared with GNS, a Russian service partner company which presented its ocean-bottom nodes for seabed and ocean bottom research. 

    The General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union is the largest and most prominent European geosciences event. The sessions cover a wide range of topics such as volcanology, planetary exploration, atmosphere, climate as well as energy and resources. 

    In 2019 the event attracted over 16,000 scientists from 113 countries, of which more than half are early career scientists.
  • April 2019: seismic sensors-related papers at Geoscience conference, Spain
    April 2019: seismic sensors-related papers at Geoscience conference, Spain
    MIPT students who are getting a practical experience at R-sensors participated in the 3rd International Conference on Geology and Earth Sciences (Geoscience-2019). The event was held on April 10 to 11, 2019, in Valencia, Spain. 

    The research papers on the following subjects were presented: 

    - "High-Sensitive Low-Noise Seismic Sensor of Angular Motions on Molecular-Electronic Technology"; 
    - "Modeling of Temperature Dependence of Transfer Function of Molecular Electronic Transducers in Wide Temperature and Frequency Ranges"; 
    - "Experimental Study of the Transfer Characteristic of a Molecular-Electronic Sensor for a Borehole Seismic Exploration of Oil and Gas Fields at Great Depth". 

    The reports were prepared in collaboration with R-sensors' team members.
  • December 2018: Participation in Sensing Technology Conference, Ireland
    December 2018: Participation in Sensing Technology Conference, Ireland
    R-sensors participated in the 12th International Conference on Sensing Technology - ICST 2018. The conference was held in Limerick, Ireland, on the 4th to the 6th December, 2018. 

    The research paper on 'High resolution miniature MET sensors for healthcare and sport applications' by Egor Egorov, Dmitry Zaitsev, Anna Shabalina was presented at the conference. 

    The conference welcomes all stage researchers with its oral and poster research paper presentations. It includes the following key topics: sensors (capacitive, magnetic, vision, acoustic, chemical...), sensing technology, wireless sensor networks (Internet of Things), sensors signal processing and interfacing, MEMS, online monitoring, sensors applications, security and energy management of sensors. 

    The conference was organized by the University of Limerick, Ireland.
  • September 2018: R-sensors
    September 2018: R-sensors' seismic station on Sakhalin Island, Russia
    Institute of Marine Geology and Geophysics of the Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (IMGG) published an article about extention of the seismic network on Sakhalin Island at the far eastern end of Russia. 

    The article is devoted to extension of the seismic network using R-sensors' seismic station. The seismic station includes the NDAS-8226 data logger and the CME-6111 broadband seismometer.
  • September 2018: R-sensors at European Seismological Commission, Malta
    September 2018: R-sensors at European Seismological Commission, Malta
    R-sensors presented new products at the 36-th General Assembly of the European Seismological Commission (ESC) that took place from 2 to 7 September 2018 in Valletta, Malta. 

    R-sensors’ new products including a broadband digital seismometer CME-4311ND, a digital data logger NDAS-8226 and an autonomous seismic station NDAS-8224 for land-sea transition zones stirred up interest of seismologists and potential customers. 

    Thank you for visiting our booth at the exhibition!
  • August 2018: R-sensors
    August 2018: R-sensors' website updated
    Dear colleagues and partners! 

    R-sensors' website is being updated. 

    The previous version is available at www.old.r-sensors.ru
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