CSI earthquake systems deliver again
CSI's home city of Christchurch has once again been rocked by a significant M5.7 quake, 15 km to the east of the city and 15 km deep. Although in line with the generally expected aftershock decay pattern (following the M7.1 Darfield quake of September 2010), the current shock was the largest experienced by the city since December 2011.
Güralp and CSI Collaboration Agreement
Güralp Systems UK appoints CSI as its exclusive Distributor for New Zealand and the Pacific Islands
UC sells stake in earthquake solutions venture
The University of Canterbury (UC) has sold its stake in Canterbury Seismic Instruments Limited (CSI) to local technology advisory and investment company Aoraki Partners, completing its direct involvement in a successful research commercialisation initiative.
CSI wins R&D Student Experience Grant
CSI will benefit from research and development student grants announced today by Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce.
Motion Monitors Guard Huge Project
One of the world's new engineering wonders, the K2.3 billion (NZ$510m) Hardanger suspension bridge in Hordaland, Norway, will feature motion monitoring technology developed by a New Zealand company.