In response to a major earthquake the ability to provide certainty will allow businesses and families to resume their lives as quickly as possible. Having vital data at hand will provide preparedness, and allow unnecessary downtime that can result in financial loss and disruption.
Our easy to use Structural Health Monitoring System provides rapid response with immediate alerts to ensure safe decisions are made. If buildings are safe business can resume, people can remain in their homes.
Green – Safe to occupy
Orange – Needs an engineers assessment
Red – Requires immediate evacuation.
Our trademarked sensors provide an affordable layer of resilience and safety for the people living and working within your managed buildings.
Building: Commercial shopping complex with 100 shops
Estimated Cost: $9 per month per business within the complex, included as part of monthly lease
If your buildings’ are empty for several days the costs to you and your tenants will include:
With our system rapid alerts are sent to your mobile device and email to indicate if your buildings’ are able to remain open.
Data is instantly received and reviewed by an engineer. A status is then sent using alerts and graphic reporting.
Tenants can also be alerted of the event and building status, quickly and efficiently – allowing them to in turn provide certainty to their own staff.
After a major earthquake having immediate understanding of the status of your complex and the homes of other occupants will provide clear direction on whether people can remain or need to evacuate.
Our Structural Health Monitoring System allows quick assessment, within hours, or 1-2 days if the status indicates an engineer is required to do a physical assessment. If your complex is structurally sound people can remain in their homes knowing they are safe, rather than evacuating and waiting long periods for engineers to reach and assess each complex in the region.
What we can do to help
We help property managers and body corporates to encourage building owners and landlords to be prepared and protect occupants from loss of income or displacement from unnecessary closure after a seismic event. We will provide you with information to begin this process and are happy to provide a presentation if this will assist.
After a large earthquake, knowing buildings are safe and allowing people to return to their homes or work and get paid is key to quick recovery.
Where a business has to wait for the owner to have the building assessed, financial shortfalls make it harder to pay the lease, pay their staff and retain insurance cover. If a building can be quickly deemed safe the community can confidently resume their usual activities.