Large numbers of people are tasked with keeping our communities safe and our infrastructure “working” and available. Cost-effective monitoring systems provide unprecedented levels of real-time, data-driven decision support in many of the activities we undertake.
Fiordland National Park, New Zealand. Remote, aged infrastructure such as tourist tunnels pose unique risk assessment challenges: how to understand and quantify potential health risks for tourists passing through tunnels, as heavy vehicle traffic volumes increase. Mote supplied and maintains calibration services to inform as to peak and average levels of key pollutants.
Whether it is monitoring safety in tunnels, movement of slips on a remote stretch of highway, or assessing the ground stability/structural health around construction activities, monitoring systems provide data 24/7 for those tasked with building or maintaining infrastructure.