Newsletter – April 2019

Newsletter – April 2019


Our Next Event




Cementys – SensOptiX are proud to be part of the 50th edition of OTC (Offshore Technology Conference), which is a unique event for the oil and gas industry. This year about 2300 international exhibitors and more than 70,000 professionals will attend the meeting.

Discuss with our engineers at our booth located on the French pavilion in the Main Hall. We will demonstrate our load sensors for riser or tendon monitoring, based on FBG fiber optic sensors. See you at Houston OTC !




Cementys Team




Innovation Seminar @ Valloire 2019

Cementys & SensOptix & Geotys teams joined a innovation seminar at Valloire ski resort in the French Alps. Through a collaborative approach combining team building ski events and innovation workshops, we reshaped our organisational vision for 2020 and we defined our R&D efforts for the next couple of years. Work Hard, Play Hard…

Smarter, Faster, Further, TOGETHER for our Customers !






Wadi Laban Bridge Monitoring Upgrade

Cementys engineers installed with success a unique monitoring system combining GNSS/Insar technologies with optical fiber sensors in Wadi Leban Bridge in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

Wadi Leban Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge located at the south-west of Riyadh. It connects Riyadh to its south suburb, such that heavy traffic is crossing the bridge. Continuous Structural Health Monitoring with seasonal and traffic effects will help the KSA Ministry of Transport to  better maintain the bridge over the next decades.


Grand Paris Express Line 16 Work Package 2 – Monitoring new project for Cementys – Quarta

We are pleased to collaborate with Salini ImpregiloNGE consortium on the line 16 of Grand Paris Express Project.

The monitoring work of Line 16 Work Package 2 deals with the Tunnel portion between the connection structure at the Aulnay operation center and the Bel-Air in Chelles (Seine Saint Denis).

Combined with other Grand Paris Express projects, Cementys will monitor 11 TBM (13 drives) and more than 45 construction sites around Paris.


New office



Cementys Vietnam Subsidiary in Hanoi

Following the strong demand for infrastructure monitoring in Vietnam, Cementys group opened a new subsidiary branch in Hanoi. As an Leading Monitoring Group, independant from construction Majors, Cementys will strengthen its geographical presence in Asia, to deliver superior monitoring technologies and expertise for long term asset owners and operators (tunnels, bridges, dams, Oil&Gas facilities). 

In addition, Cementys Vietnam engineers will provide technical support in Data Management to our Parisian engineers dealing with night shift surveillance for Grand Paris Express projects.


Financial and Scientific Partners




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Communication & Training Manager 
Godefroy Regnier











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