Wireless Structural Monitoring

Wireless Structural Monitoring

What is wireless monitoring?

Wireless monitoring is the measurement of factors affecting a structure using sensors to transfer data wirelessly. The sensors do not need to be inspected closely in order for data to be gathered, so they are the ideal solution for more inaccessible structures. Wireless monitoring can be carried out before, during and after construction works, and can also be used to permanently monitor structures, ensuring you can quickly respond to changes before they become serious issues.

Why is wireless monitoring required?

Wireless monitoring is preferable for low frequency structural monitoring requirements. Wireless systems are easy to install, making them ideal for more inaccessible structures.

What are Mabey’s wireless monitoring solutions?

Mabey offer a complete range of wireless monitoring solutions. Our sensors stream data back to LIVEsite in real-time, which means data can be instantly, and easily, interrogated and analysed. Using LIVEsite, we are also able to integrate your wireless monitoring data into our LIVEBIM 3D modelling software – which provides you with a complete picture of factors affecting your structure.

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Key features and benefits

  • Easy to install - ideal for inaccessible structures
  • Highly accurate systems - providing reliable structural measurements
  • Connected to Mabey LIVEsite - remote access to real-time data
  • LIVEBIM capabilities - visualise structural behaviour with ease
  • Reduced installation time - so your project can progress more quickly


  • Inaccessible structural monitoring
  • Lower frequency data requirements
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Talk to Mabey today about your wireless monitoring requirements.

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Also available:

Wireless Load Monitoring

Wireless Load Monitoring - LIVEpin

The remote, continuous, measurement and analysis of axial load on our groundworks propping equipment.


Fixed Structural Monitoring

Fixed Structural Monitoring (DMS System)

A wired monitoring system that measures the dynamic movement of civil and geotechnical structures through 3D measurement.


Computer Controlled Hydraulic Jacking

Computer-Controlled Hydraulic Jacking

The ability to make use of multiple input sensors – controlling lifting, lowering and positioning of heavy structures.

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