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    Resensys is featured in Road & Bridges magazine

    Resensys is featured in Road & Bridges magazine


    Mtech Ventures incubator company Resensys’ wireless strain monitoring sensors were featured in a Road & Bridges magazine article on September 30, 2022.

     
    Guest-authored by Mehdi Kalantari Khandani, Resnesys’ President and CTO, the article details how the company’s sensors were employed after the shutdown of the Hernando de Soto Bridge, which spans the Mississippi River, connecting Memphis, Tenn., and West Memphis, Ark., in May 2021. 
     
    Excerpt: “Overall, the use of wireless strain gauge sensors proved to be a successful practice in this project. They minimized the downtime of the Hernando de Soto Bridge, and they can help to identify recurrence of the issue by detecting change to the pattern of strain as a result of thermal effects or live loads.”
     
     

    November 10, 2022


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