Bismantova video recording backstage gallery
May26

Bismantova video recording backstage gallery

                   In order to present Beesper system, we have recently recorded a video at Bismantova Rock (Italy) where it is monitoring and measuring the size of cracks in the the rock and movements. In the pictures: Geol. Christian Iasio (Henesis Srl), Pongofilm...

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Pantobot 3D and Beesper at Railtex
May12

Pantobot 3D and Beesper at Railtex

May 12th-14th Camlin Rail present Pantobot 3D and Beesper by Henesis in Birmingham, at Railtex 2015, the UK’s leading rail event covering railway equipment, systems and services, a crucial showcase for technological innovation across all sectors of the rail supply market. Pantobot, in the new version 3D, is the ultimate solution for automatic pantograph inspection, the first on-line fully automatizad inspection system, the only...

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Beesper for Larderello geothermal monitoring
Mar12

Beesper for Larderello geothermal monitoring

With the beginning of 2015, the activities of the “Laboratory of the Center of Excellence for Geothermal Larderello” take off, run by Energea and conducted under the scientific supervision of the Geol. Alessandro Sbrana, professor in the Department of Earth Sciences at University of Pisa. Sensors connected through the Beesper  wireless network of  Henesis will be used for the control of environmental conditions, the...

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Beesper detects rockfall at “Pietra di Bismantova”
Feb16

Beesper detects rockfall at “Pietra di Bismantova”

The rockfall occurred at the “Pietra di Bismantova” (Reggio Emilia, Italy) the 13th February between 12.40 and 12.50, has been detected using the equipment provided by Henesis for research activity in collaboration with University of Modena e Reggio Emilia, Municipality of Castelnuovo ne’ Monti, Emilia Romagna Region and Parco dell’Appennino Tosco-Emiliano. Since January this year, the South-Eastern slope of Bismantova cliff is...

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Beesper at Roccamurata
Oct05

Beesper at Roccamurata

Roccamurata di Gorro village, 45km SW from Parma, is heavily affected by a large and complex landslide involving also a main regional road and railway. The public authority in charge for the safety of Roccamurata population is paying a lot of effort in mitigating and ensuring more safe conditions to them, by means of structural countermeasures and continuous monitoring of damaged buildings. Henesis has been appointed to design and...

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