CSI is New Zealand's premier provider of seismic and structural instrumentation services.  In addition to our domestic market we are an active international business exporting to the USA,South America, Asia and Europe.

Proven through Christchurch earthquakes, CSI knows what delivers real benefits to customers and society. We know what's fit-for-purpose, and we know what works. We are the only provider with a credible end-to-end solution and the knowledge, experience, willingness and means to deliver it. 

csi track record


Earthquake Response:

EQRNet: Christchurch City CouncilCCC is the first user of CSI's EQRNet, our new solution for earthquake repsonse management.  Together, we're shifting Christchurch's narrative from seismic risk to seismic resilience

Lyttleton Port of Christchurch.  Combined use of CSI CUSP-3 instrumentation and seismic modelling to understand measure asset damage and maintain critical operations

Christchurch International Airport.  First airport globally to use real time shaking alerts to inform decision processes and ensure maximum operational up-time

Christchurch Civic Offices  Maintaining operational up-time and staff confidence in a high-stress environment


Structural Monitoring

University of Canterbury Rutherford Building  Advanced structural analysis to measure changes in building performance and inform repair strategies

Bridges, Norwegian Arctic Highway.  Design verification of several cutting edge bridge deisgn methodologies

Geonet Building Monitoring Programme, New Zealand websiteDetailed performance data from more than 30 representative buildings across the country, 100% underpinned by CSI CUSP-M technology


Seismic Research

GeoNet, nationwide, New Zealand  website More that 200 CUSP-3 instruments form the backbone of the NZ National Strong Motion Network

CanNet Network Canterbury Plains and Alpine FaultNow a subnet of GeoNet, CanNet was CSI's first strong motion network, a realisation of the vision of our founder Prof. John Berrill.  

Ice Array, Hveragerdi, Iceland wiki articleCSI's first generation dense seismic array

Ice Array II, Husavik, Iceland 

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