Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany | November, 2019

Organized and hosted by Ludwig Maximilian University


One of the greatest temporary demo in rotational seismology took place in München

During 6 months, a lot of seismic sensors, of different kind, are collocated to record rotational and translational waves.

Active sources are used as seismic signals : more than 12 explosions and one full day of vibro truck.

Then, high sensitivity sensors will keep in place for months to catch distant seisms.


Several products from iXblue took part to this experiment:

  • 8 blueSeis-3A

  • 6 quadrans

  • 1 octans

  • 2 phins


This demo gathers 42 scientists from 10 international teams.

From validation of sensors performances to insight into 6C computation and research on improvement in inversion, this experiment will be a major milestone in this hot topic.








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