SolAres partecipated at Offshore Mediterranean Conference 2019, Ravenna.
Visitors and collegues shared with us great impressions related to our latest technology updates on e-vpms®, the Eni's innovative technology for Pipeline Leak Detection and Integrity Monitoring.
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we hereby inform you that on April 6th, 2019, the "day of the week" (week-number) parameter of the GPS systems will be reset and the date returned by different GPS devices worldwide will go back 20 years, more precisely of 1024 weeks.
SolAres srl will be exhibitor at Offshore Mediterranean Conference, 27-28-29 March, Ravenna (IT).
SolAres, a joint venture between Solgeo S.r.l. and Aresys Srl, is the supplier of e-vpms®: Eni 's innovative technology for Pipeline Leak Detection and Pipeline Integrity Monitoring.
Already deployed worldwide on over 1400km of pipelines, the e-vpms® system is able to detect and precisely locate events as leaks and impacts occurring on the pipeline, with excellent reliability, precision and response time.
We are pleased to inform you about the main features of the e-vpms® technology.
Come to visit us at Hall #2 Booth #N25!
SolAres is excited to be Silver Sponsor at the 14th annual Pipeline Technology Conference 18-21 March 2019, Berlin, Germany.SolAres is the supplier of e-vpms®: Eni's innovative technology for Pipeline Leak Detection and Pipeline Integrity Monitoring.Already deployed worldwide on over 1400km of pipelines, the e-vpms® system is able to detect and precisely locate events as leaks and impacts occurring on the pipeline, with excellent reliability, precision and response time.SolAres, booth 49.
SolAres participated at ADIPEC - Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference.
SolAres, the joint venture between Solgeo and Aresys Srl, is the licensee of Eni’s technology e-vpms which provide leak detention monitoring system for pipeline.
Great meetings and feedbacks were continuously coming.
News from 'ILTech', the Solgeo's retailer in Vietnam!
On 14th Sept 2018, 'ILTech' organized a seminar at 'Mien Tay University of Construction' (MTU). The Solgeo's devices were presented to the university and prospect customers in South West of Vietnam as the advanced testing, inspection and monitoring equipments and solutions.
Looking forward to reach even more the Southeast!
Thanks again to ILTech!
The installation and upgrade of the 15 stations of Eni microsismic-network in Val d'Agri, was successfully accomplished.
We received a positive feedback from Eni for the assistance work provided in these months, "[..] with uncommon commitment, willingness and propositiveness", has specified the manager.
We also want to add our thanks to the workers who have accomplished the installation, with professionalism and determination which characterized their work.
geophysics team recently achived a complex geophysical prospection
project in Algeria aimed to the seismic-stratigraphic reconstruction of a
section of motorway tunnel affected by a collapse that caused the
collapse of a large portion of the calotte itself. The
investigation plan included GPR survey, seismics reflection,
tomographies between the tunnel pipes, cross-hole & down-hole
Solgeo hosted Geodevice's delegation in the past few days. Between the two companies, both renowned in the manufacturing of geophysical equipment, has been signed an initial agreement towards the establishment of a solid partnership aimed at offering a complete spectrum both in terms of the near surface geophysical services and a reliable&qualitatively superior instruments compared with competitors
Our family is growing!
ILTECH ltd will now run the promotion&sale of Solgeo products in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar. The dynamism and proactivity of this young company has convinced us to grant the certified award of "Official Solgeo Dealer".
...And even in the early months, Iltech's team managed to place some devices for piles control. Our goal is thus to rise our equipment as standard in those countries, always aiming at the superior quality of our products!
We are pleased to announce the success of the training with Sixense Geophysics , which has recently purchased a complete Seismic Cross-Hole Set manufactured by Solgeo (https://lnkd.in/eawznSM) All the geophysicists involved in the tests were very pleased with both its ease of use and the excellent quality of the signals obtained at the field test site at the Nivolais Vermelle headquarter .
Another Indian success recently achieved by Solgeo.
A special thanks to our country partner: Parsan. Especially to Dr Sanjay Rana, Ashutosh Kaushik and their team who admirably supported us. We accomplished tomographyc velocity scanning project across Sholyar Dam (Kerala department) despite the concomitance of the monsoon season which made everything more challenging!
A new challenge for
Solgeo: after the implementation, now the management of the microsismic
monitoring network at Cellino Attanasio for Edison Storage. Solgeo
increases its expertise in the field by acquiring other specific
expertise to provide seismic "ready to use" monitoring facilities. From
designing the network, to supplying internally developed equipment, to
civil works, to installation, maintenance, and now data management with
report processing and production according to the "Guidelines" of the
So come and visit us at our stand (Hall 1, lane A, booth 100), to see and touch the latest products in our vast catalog, thanks to the professional support of our Boviar and trusted official resellers.
pleased to announce its round of meetings in Turkey. Supported by its
recently acquired new official dealer (ArtGeo Teknik), for a whole week
meetings have been held with some of the most important civil
engineering companies of the country (based in Ankara and Istanbul) and
with Seismology and geodesy Boğaziçi University which heads all of the
Turkish seismic monitoring network. Special thanks therefore to all
those who have welcomed us and hosted in their offices and obviously to
our agent Burak Gurel!
Solgeo enriches its catalog with a new NDT system, able to detect the "breakthrough" of floor slabs: that is the separation and the subsequent fall of the lower part of the ceiling or the plaster. A rapid method, safely and efficiently in order to test the status of these elements!
Also this year we are at the end of the international meeting of near-surface geophysics, held in Turin, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the first edition held here.
This year Solgeo's stand has focused on tcross-hole equipment ever more optimized and performing, as well as on the supply of a wide range of sensors and data loggers for the dynamic monitoring networks at different scales.
We thank all the potential customers and not, colleagues, professors and researchers who have come to greet us in these three days of conferences and exhibition. Finally, special thanks to EAGE staff for the organization and to Polytechnic of Turin for sponsoring this event.
Greetings to all of you and a Goodbye to the next year in Spain:... Hasta Barcelona entonces!
Solgeo also this year take part to the international meeting of near-surface geophysics, to be held in Turin on 7-9 September.
You will find us at stand 29 with our cross-hole equipment and the last born in the house as acquisition Units and sensors.
Our technicians will be happy to answer all your questions!
Dal 24 al 25 giugno si è tenuto a Chennai il primo seminario riguardante le indagini geotecniche e test non distruttivi su dighe e strutture in calcestruzzo. Solgeo (nella persona di Stefano Priano) ha illustrato le sue tecniche all'avanguardia riguardanti le tomografie soniche su dighe e il suo vasto database collezionato nel corso degli anni. PArticolare interesse hanno riscontrato gli ultimi due lavori svolti presso la diga di Tungabadhra e Cochin.
Within the Interpacific Project, aimed to the comparison of results obtained by 3 different teams (Fugro, Geovision and Solgeo) as requested by EDF France, the cross-hole tests results obtained by Solgeo were showed and discussed in the summit on friday 23rd. Large approval by the members for the results presented.
A dicembre 2013 è stata condotta una campagna di geofisica svolta per conto del i Dipartimento d'irrigazione de lgoverno del Kerala presso la diga di Chimoni, India. Questo progetto ha avuto lo scopo di definire la struttura della diga mediante il calcolo della velocità delle onde di compressione (onde P) e quindi la presenza di possibili anomalie lungo le sezioni indagate. In particolare sono state eseguite sezioni tomografiche trasversali lungo lo sbarramento coprendo in modo omogeneo tutto lo sviluppo diga ed una sezione longitudinale tra la cresta della diga e la galleria presente nel corpo diga.