Sensequake

 

Making cities safer through innovative sensors and software, which bring reliability to the traditional structural engineering field and creates an IoT platform to assess and monitor structural integrity. Instead of visual inspection.

Sensequake patented technology assesses structural integrity and its natural hazard vulnerability solely based on actual data from highly sensitive vibration sensors; saving engineers time, effort and money.

They have generated more than 500K in revenue and signed contracts across Canada (Quebec, Ontario, and British Columbia) with several clients, among those are Canadian landmark structures, such as Thousand island bridge and Connaught buildings. Their software is also being used by researchers in Universities such as ETS, McGill and Concordia. Sensequake founders have received the best invention award of the year at McGill University (William and Rhea Seath Award).