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How Secty Life Patron is Unique?

  • You can trust the accuracy

    The system is tested by many certified institutions, like GFZ, Potsdam, Germany; Sharif University, Teheran, Iran; National Observatory Of Athens, Greece; TÜV, Rheinland Group, Germany; BAM, Germany and CSIR- Structural Engineering Research Centre, Chennai. The tests have proved that the system monitors ground movement in three spatial directions and valuates the vibration severity in view of the possible arrival of seismic waves that originate from a large earthquake. Also, the electronic components of the device are tested for its operating range, sensitivity, non-linearity, cross sensitivity and noise.

  • Do not generate false alarm

    The device do not generates false alarm. The implemented analysis algorithm is designed for the detection of P waves generated by strong earthquake. At the time when critical acceleration threshold is exceeded, the device carries out switching processes and triggers alarm. This system will not generate panic by triggering alarm for earthquake of less than 5 intensity. The benefit of this accuracy is continuation of work at offices, continual running to Metro trains, and confidence among people.

  • Save building, structures and lives

    By connecting with the Building Management System, it can save many lives. This can shut off the gas, water and electricity supplies; parks elevators on next floor, activate emergency power generators; open safety gates and doors; stop sensitive production machines and run data back-up programs.Not only this, if the intensity of the seismic waves is above 5, it can also help shut down Metro Rail and high speed trains.

  • Detects aftershocks

    There is the possibility of a series of aftershocks, which can flatten towns and villages, cut off communities and kill many people. For survivors of earthquake, this system can prove to be a lifesaver. It will generate alarm if the aftershock is of higher intensity strike.





































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