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Seismic Instruments for Science and Engineering
  • June 2020: R-sensors team gets knowledge and experience
    June 2020: R-sensors team gets knowledge and experience
    Explorers of the R-sensors team are regularly improving their knowledge to provide you the best solutions based on high output parameters of our instruments. 

    We are proud to announce 2 recent events. 

    Anna Shabalina, electronics engineer, received her PhD in Physics and Math from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia. Anna presented a thesis on ‘The physical mechanisms for shaping frequency responses and self-noise generation of the miniature molecular-electronic motion sensors’. The thesis was devoted to studying output characteristics of molecular-electronic sensors and helped go deeper into the nature of their self-noise. 

    Dmitry Zaitsev, lead explorer, PhD in Physics and Math, received a Certificate of an active reviewer of the 20-th International Scientific Conference on Earth and Planetary Sciences – SGEM 2020, Bulgaria. 

    We congratulate our colleagues on these remarkable achievements and wish them growth in the chosen areas! 

    Currently, 4 team members holding PhDs are working at R-sensors.
  • April 2020: we take orders via email on
    April 2020: we take orders via email on
    Dear colleagues and partners!

    As the COVID-19 keeps spreading across the Planet, the period of 06 to 30 April is announced a quarantine in Russia.
    We are taking all preventive measures recommended by Russia's Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing.

    Our priority is to fulfill your orders.
    We have adapted the manufacture so as to fulfill your orders in time and with the best quality.

    We encourage you to place your new orders via email on

    Take care of yourself and your families!

    The R-sensors Team
  • February 2020: frequency characteristics on IRIS website
    February 2020: frequency characteristics on IRIS website
    Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) published the updated results of frequency characteristics of our instruments with the poles and zeros presentation. 

    This link shows the results for accelerometers, geophones and seismometers. This is the most recent and accurate information. 

    The IRIS links to these characteristics are also given at the model's webpages accordingly.
  • December 2019: R-sensors at innovations exhibition in Sochi, Russia
    December 2019: R-sensors at innovations exhibition in Sochi, Russia
    The Global Technology Leadership forum was held on 05 to 07 December in Sochi, south of Russia. The forum was focused on implementation of cutting edge technologies and development of innovations in Russia. 

    An appealing part of the forum was an exhibition organized by Foundation for Assistance of Small Industrial Enterprises (FASIE). The exhibition covered Russian hitech solutions and products. All the participants are winners of the contest which focused on supporting companies on the markets of the National Technology Initiative (the Russian government's program to develop new markets).

    In 2017 R-sensors' scientific project for developing broadband seismic and acoustic sensors for marine seismic exploration was approved and funded in the 'NTI-Development' program, the Marinet area of research (that is the National Technology Initiative's work group supporting hitech for maritime industries). 

    R-sensors showed a dual sensor (geophone + hydrophone) to be used in an ocean-bottom cable system for marine seismic exploration.
  • September 2019: seismological workshop in Chisinau, Moldova
    September 2019: seismological workshop in Chisinau, Moldova
    R-sensors' top management took part in XII International Seismological Workshop on 'Modern methods of processing and interpretation of seismological data'. The event was held from 9 to 13 September in Chisinau, Moldova. 

    R-sensors' general director Vadim Agafonov (PhD in Physics and Math) gave a scientific report on 'Broadband electrochemical seismometers'. Seismologists and geophysiсists showed much interest and asked questions on the topic. 

    The following themes were reported at the workshop: 
    • Up-to-date conditions of seismic observations in Russia and countries close to Russia 
    • New programs of processing and interpretation of seismological data 
    • Features of seismic tectonics of Eastern-European platform and its bond with seismicity 
    • Results of seismological observations in Northern Eurasia countries 

    The workshop was hosted by Geophysical Survey of Russian Academy of Sciences (GS RAS) in cooperation with Ministry of education, culture and research of Moldova, Moldova's Academy of Sciences and Institute of Geology and Seismology.
  • August 2019: Customer Feedback
    August 2019: Customer Feedback
    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.