Recently, Seismic Mechatronics posted a message and a paper about using our electromechanical seismic sources to look ahead of a tunnel boring machine (TBM) using low frequency signals and FWI. In a large EU subsidized project, we showed it is possible to produce a seismic image of the subsurface in front of a TBM within one…Read more
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The near surface geophysics (Vol. 15, Nr 3, June '17) published, Seismic Mechatronics' (with amongst others the TU Delft) paper about using a shear-wave source and full wave form inversion to look ahead of a tunnel boring machine. Abstract: The Earth’s properties, composition and structure ahead of a tunnel boring machine (TBM) should be mapped for…Read more
Seismic Mechatronics exhibited at the 79th EAGE exhibition Paris. During the past months we worked extensively on the transport concepts of our vibrators. At the EAGE, we showed the tow hitch lift to transport the Lightning vibrator. This highly productive transport method can shoot up to 100 shot points per hour and can be mounted to…Read more
Seismic Mechatronics and MI-Partners are part of the NeTTUN consortium. The NeTTUN consortium is a European consortium of 23 industrial, Research and Development laboratories and SME organisations across 9 countries. The project will enable groundbreaking change in the construction, management and maintenance of tunnels. Seismic Mechatronics and MI-Partners developed a shear wave (and p-wave) seismic source,…Read more
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