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Monitoring & Reporting:
How it works

Vibration can be defined in terms of particle displacement, velocity, or acceleration. The three descriptors are related by the vibration amplitude and frequency of oscillation. For vibrations affecting structures, the use of velocity units is common. The vibration level is quantified either in terms of the root-mean-square (RMS) level or peak particle velocity in units of millimeters per second (mm/s). Frequency of vibration is described in units of Hertz (Hz).


At Toronto Vibration Monitoring Ltd., we utilize wireless vibration monitors that provide real-time (live) monitoring of construction vibrations and send us daily summary results. We have the ability to control our monitors remotely and program them to provide data for important construction milestones such as the start of bulk excavation works, construction, compaction of soils, and when any complaints are received from neighbouring property owners. All the data from the monitors is stored remotely, in the cloud.

  • Risk mitigation

  • Optimization of designs and methods to reduce time and cost

  • Documentation for regulatory compliance

  • Data where and when it’s needed

  • Timely data for developing and evaluating corrective measures.

  • Peace of mind


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