Structural Health Monitoring System (SHMS)
Structural Health Monitoring System (SHMS) provides valuable data and information on the movement and behaviour of buildings and infrastructure. By understanding the movement and behaviour of buildings and infrastructure, stakeholders can better prepare for and manage seismic events across the resilience index:
The interlinked and interdependent stakeholders in Structural Health Monitoring Systems(SHMS) resilience are:
Global Seismic Data has a three-pillared approach to improving resilience in building seismic insights.
Minimise the risks faced and limit the impacts to be managed by helping build the capability and capacity in emergencies through Structural Health Monitoring Systems (SHMS).
Strengthen wider societal resilience through the introduction of digital analytics and use of big data and AI in key infrastructure, building and emergency management and evacuation routes.
Read more about the resilience index of Risk, Readiness, Response & Recovery