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SME Specific MeasuresCompetitive and Sustainable Growth

Exploratory Award

Proposal number EXAW-1999-00889

AcronymP.L.U.S.

Proposal titleResearch and Development of a New Plumb Line Universal Monitoring System

AbstractThe project aims at the research and development of a new range of instruments, based on

the plumb-line principle but with innovative measuring techniques, to monitor rotations that

may occur to foundations or structures. They will offer increased precision and reliability

coupled with cost curbing down to roughly 1/3. They will be equipped with high friendly

interface for easy utilisation even by unskilled users and employment in stand-alone

configurations or in automated survey systems. They will replace, almost entirely, the

various measuring techniques so far in use which are very expensive and therefore have a

limited utilisation. Massive monitoring on world-wide scale of civil engineering works - e.g.

dams, bridges, ports, communication lines, etc. - could be achieved at much reduced costs

with improved precision and reliability thus resulting in increased safety conditions of

population leaving nearby .

Key ActionGROW-1.   Key action: Innovative products, processes and organisation

Start date6/07/2000End date6/07/2001

Intended Step 2 projectCooperative Research (CRAFT)Duration Exploratory Phase6 months

SME CoordinatorEng. FRANCO ROBOTTICompany sizeS2

ADVANCED GEOTECHNICAL INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEMS & CONSULTING

Via Aldo Moro 2

20060 - LISCATE

Italy

Phone: 39029587690

Fax: 39029578381

Email: agisco@yacc.it

SME Proposer(s)

ARS ENGINEERINGCONSULTORES TÉCNICOS E PortugalS2

REPRESENTAÇOES

Profile of partners for joining the project

Business areas45 - Construction

29 - Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.

73-L - Research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering

Comments

Last update18/6/2001

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