Rail Monitoring with Loadsensing by Worldsensing

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Rail Monitoring with Loadsensing by Worldsensing

IoT Wireless Monitoring in the Rail Industry

Loadsensing by Worldsensing is the IoT wireless monitoring solution that enables real-time data acquisition of geotechnical and structural sensors.

  • Gateway powered by a solar kit, wind power or other means, with its data retrievable 24/7, manually or automatically via FTP, API Calls or Modbus protocols.
  • Wireless tiltmeters mounted on a pole and installed on a slope to monitor lateral displacement due to slope instability.
  • Rock fall detection system connected to a Piconode.
  • A string of in-place inclinometers connected to a digital node used to monitor in-depth lateral displacements of the subsoil due to instability and/or presence of discontinuities.
  • Wireless tiltmeters with an internal antenna used to measure railway tracks condition (cant, twist and height variation).
  • Vibrating wire multipoint piezometers connected to a vibrating wire 5-channel node used to measure pore water pressure and water level variations associated with vertical displacement and bearing capacity of the soil.
  • A multiple point borehole extensometer (MPBX) connected to a vibrating wire 5-channel node used to measure vertical displacements linked to soil settlement.
  • Crack meter connected to a Piconode used to measure soil cracks that can lead to soil failure.

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