Dynamic Monitoring of Concrete Structures for Structural HealthMOS sensor cables are embdedded into a post tensioned concrete beam to understand the structural health of post-tensioned structures.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Dynamic Monitoring of Structures)
Monitoring of Sprayed Concrete Tunnel LiningsMOS sensor cables were directly embedded into the concrete lining of a tunnel to monitor its structural health.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Sprayed Concrete Tunnel Linings)
Road Pavement Monitoring for Subsidence PhenomenaMOS Sensor cables were embedded into the shoulder of a major highway to monitor for changes in strain induced by longwall mine subsidence.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Road Pavement)
Concrete Retaining Wall MonitoringFBG sensors were embedded into a concrete retaining wall to monitor its performance.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Concrete Retaining Wall)
Monitoring of Airport RunwaysMOS sensor cables were embedded into airport runways as part of a test done by the FAA.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Airport Pavements)
Suspension Bridge Monitoring to Detect FailuresMOS attached FBG sensors to the suspension rods of a bridge to monitor for vehicles that exceeded the bridge's load capacity.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Suspension Bridge)
Monitoring of Cultural Heritage BuildingsFBG sensors were attached to various elements of a Cathedral in Como to monitor for movements and strains.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Como Cathedral)
Monitoring of Sprayed Concrete StructuresMOS sensor cables were directly embedded into sprayed concrete as part of a test with the University of Cambridge to verify that the MOS sensor cable could handle the harsh sprayed concrete process.
(PDF - MOS Case Study - Sprayed Concrete Structures Monitoring)