Sercel acquires Morphosense, a French structural health monitoring and integrity management specialist
Nantes, France | Mar 20, 2023
Sercel is pleased to announce that it has acquired the assets of Morphosense, a French company specializing in Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) and Structural Integrity Management (SIM) solutions. The additional capabilities and products of Morphosense complement Sercel’s infrastructure monitoring portfolio and open up new market opportunities, such as end-to-end SHM solutions for the renewables, nuclear and defense sectors.
Created in 2016 and based in Grenoble, Morphosense has developed and commercialized high-end field-proven SHM and SIM technologies, including state-of-the-art instrumentation and Digital Twin solutions, that offer not only early detection of a fault but also identification of the cause of the failure. This acquisition enables Sercel to offer its customers the most appropriate SHM solution for their needs, both for static and dynamic measurements. With the addition of a digital twin offering Sercel will be able to leverage the high-quality data generated by its own advanced systems to provide better insights to its customers.
Emmanuelle Dubu, Sercel CEO, said: “By reinforcing our portfolio, Sercel is consolidating its position as a significant player in the fast-growing SHM market. Sercel solutions are attracting significant interest and have shown their value through our first commercial successes. This acquisition of Morphosense, together with the recent purchase of our American subsidiary Geocomp, puts Sercel on the path to becoming a global reference in the promising infrastructure monitoring market.”
Morphosense provides high-end field-proven structural monitoring instrumentation and Digital Twin solutions for the renewables, nuclear and defense sectors (image courtesy of Sercel).
Benedicte Vasse+ 33 2 40 30 11 81 Benedicte.VASSE@sercel.com
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