Founded in 2015, Sensequake is a well-known spin-off from McGill University that develops software and provides services based on its proprietary technology. It is the first sensing-based platform to assess integrity and natural hazard vulnerability of infrastructures. Sensequake technologies disrupt the structural health monitoring (SHM) market.… · More Rather than rely on visual inspection and traditional engineering practices, Sensequake performs smart assessment based on data from sensors deployed on structure surfaces. Thus, Sensequake technology is aligned with the Internet of Things (IoT), as a way to monitor any changes in structural conditions of infrastructure. Our first product at Sensequake is the 3D-SAM software, a seismic assessment tool to evaluate the vulnerability of buildings to earthquakes, a growing market worth around $15B worldwide.
We are currently collaborating with Concordia University to create our own sensor prototype.