Read more about the exciting projects JFTS is involved with worldwide.
Browse our case studies for more information on how we are supporting our customers across a range of markets.
Monitoring railway bridge for flood warning
Monitoring flood conditions of the River Dyfi supports safe operation of the railway during extreme weather events
Detection of bridge impact
Automated monitoring systems accelerate the response evaluations, help quantify the damage and enable identification of offending drivers for prosecution and recovery of costs.
All Monitoring Data in One Platform
Management of three major bridges is simplified into one common data platform and made accessible though SAMS™ for complex analysis and enabling actionable decision making.
By monitoring vehicles crossing the Marlow Bridge, James Fisher Testing Services have informed the bridge management for overweight and over-width vehicles.
Monitoring Railway for Washout
Monitoring flood conditions of the River Monnow supports safe operation of the Railway during extreme weather events.
Extensive monitoring for track and ground movements at Blackfriars Station
11 November 2020
Extensive monitoring was needed to ensure the groundworks and construction activities did no damage to buildings and other tunnels
Investigation of bridge bearing condition at Mollison Avenue and Lea Valley Road
11 November 2020
By collecting detailed information from inspection, measurements and monitoring data, JFTS’ analysis and interpretation have provided the asset owner with defined actions for bearing life management
Monitoring at on site at Yetminster and later reconstructed at the University of Surrey overcame tight timescales, adaptable scope and even flooding conditions.
SAMS deployed on Bath Abbey organ
James Fisher Testing Services (JFTS) was contracted to undertake crucial structural health monitoring on the Klais organ at Bath Abbey.
James Fisher Testing Services, contracted by London Underground on behalf of Transport for London, installed a collision detection system, Bridgestrike, on two bridges in London.