Modal measurement and analysis SOFTWARE
Modular software for modal measurement and analysis. The software can be used individually, or in conjunction with other software adapting for creating tailored workflows across different user-roles in your project.
IOMAC 2022 – Reaching Beyond Borders
Operational modal analysis (OMA) knows no boundaries, physical or intellectual, and offers a tremendous opportunity to explore new applications of the technology. That’s why researchers, practicing engineers and technicians, students, equipment manufacturers and software developers will once again gather in-person at the International Operational Modal Analysis Conference in July 2022 in Vancouver to share knowledge, and present new research and advances in the applicability of OMA in various fields.
As one of the three founding members of IOMAC, HBK is proud to be present with an exhibition booth, various technical conference presentations as well as offering a two-day pre-conference workshop on OMA.
Would you also like to be there in 2022 and are you interested in participating in the pre-conference workshop, the conference itself or as an exhibitor? Find out more about IOMAC and the content of our workshop. Also, check out the exhibition opportunities on offer.
We look forward to seeing you!
Pre-conference workshop on OMA
HBK experts Niels-Jørgen Jacobsen, Product Manager – Structural Dynamics Solutions and Naira Costa, Sound and Vibration Trainer HBK Academy, look forward to meeting up in Vancouver, in person, in July to present their respective papers.
- ‘A general framework for damage detection with statistical distance measures: application on civil engineering structures’, presented by Niels-Jørgen Jacobsen, HBK Denmark
- ‘Experimental study measuring the effect of the different speed in the helicopter blade modal parameters using OMA’, presented by Naira Costa, HBK Denmark
Plus paper co-authored by HBK’s Niels-Jørgen Jacobsen:
- ‘Statistical damage detection and localization with Mahalanobis distance applied to modal parameters’, presented by Postdoc Szymon Grés, ETH Zürich, Switzerland.