Seismic Mechatronics and Nikhef are currently conducting a seismic survey in Limburg, the Netherlands, close to the Belgium/German border, for the development of the Einstein Telescope. The Einstein Telescope (ET) or Einstein Observatory, is a proposed third-generation ground-based gravitational wave detector, currently under study by some institutions in the European Union. It will be able to test Einstein's general theory of relativity in strong field conditions…Read more
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From January 15h till January 17th, 2018 all partners of the Smart Exploration project came together in Uppsalla, Sweden for the kick-off meeting. The project is initiated by Prof. Alireza Malehmir from Uppsalla University, Sweden and the partners involved are from 11 countries and 6 exploration sites within the EU. As the primarily focus of…Read more
Seismic Mechatronics was invited to visit China and demonstrate our technology from January 23rd-26th, 2018. During our visit a conference was organized in which our technology was explained and where field tests were done to show the capabilities of our e-vibs. Last year during the 19th National Congress meeting of the Chinese Party, it was…Read more
Seismic Mechatronics developed mobile and portable electric seismic sources (e-vibs) that were tested within the framework of the Total Metis project in Papua New Guinea. The Total Metis project is focused on breakthrough technologies that improve the quality of subsurface imaging and enable geophysical imaging in inaccessible terrains. The portable Lightning seismic source was used and compared to other impulsive sources…Read more
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