Nanometrics Strong Motion Accelerographs receive approval from the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety
Nanometrics is pleased to announce that the TitanEA Strong Motion Accelerograph has been approved for sale in Los Angeles, California, USA. The instrument was tested and evaluated by the Los Angeles Department of Building Safety (LADBS) and was approved for co
Nanometrics Announces New Down-Hole Sensor Portfolio
Nanometrics Awarded Strong Motion Tender from CWB, Taiwan Nanometrics has been awarded the international tender to provide Strong Motion Accelerographs and Services to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) in Taiwan. Nanometrics will supply 100 TitanSMA Strong Motion Accelerographs, with options for more units
Nanometrics Receives Recognition From the Saudi Geological Survey
Nanometrics is pleased to announce the addition of two new products to its current line of Strong Motion Instrumentation: the TitanSMA and TitanEA.
SQLX is an indispensible quality control tool for seismologists.
Nanometrics, a leading provider of seismological instruments and related network applications, has entered into a strategic partnership with Boaz Consultancy to facilitate the further development of PQLX for fixed and portable seismic stations.
Nanometrics Continues to Supply USGS with Seismometers
Nanometrics Helps Myth Busters at Rally to Restore Sanity On October 30, 2010, Nanometrics was invited by Myth Busters to help warm up the crowd at Comedy Central’s “Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear”. Tasked with entertaining close to 200,000 people in the hours leading up to the main event, MythBusters developed several interactive crowd experiments, such as timing a stadium wave, practicing sounds effects and creating a “ground swell”.
British Geological Survey British Geological Survey Signs Five Year Supply Agreement The British Geological Survey (BGS) in Edinburgh, UK recently signed a framework agreement for the supply of broadband seismometers, data acquisitions systems and Libra VSAT communications equipment from Nanometrics Inc of Ottawa Canada. The equipment will be used to upgrade the UK real-time seismic network.