Welcome to YETITMOVES!

Science for a
safer land.

YETITMOVES is an Italian company, headquartered in
EUCENTRE – University of Pavia

Addressing the problem of implementing efficient and cost-effective solutions

dedicated to monitoring and early warning of critical infrastructures and areas prone to hydrogeological instability

Displayce

The IoT solution for early-warning and monitoring of surface displacements.

Colorado River before the Hoover Dam, USA

In order to face the problem of the realization of reliable and economic solutions dedicated to the monitoring and early-warning of critical areas and structures subject to hydrogeological instability, YETITMOVES has developed DISPLAYCE.

DISPLAYCE is an innovative Internet of Things solution based on low cost, single frequency GNSS components capable of competing with the professional instrumentation currently on the market both in terms of reliability and efficiency.

Geophysical and Structural Monitoring

Instability of landslides, subsidence, volcanism and of critical infrastructures in general.

Bridges

Everything on Earth moves: humans, animals, machines, ships, and even the building we are in and mountains are subject to slow displacements over time, due mainly to tectonics, seismicity, subsidence, bradyseism, landslides, volcanism, and anthropic activities such as excavation or drilling.

YETITMOVES has developed a new high technology/cost solution called DISPLAYCE.

Who we are

YETITMOVES

is an Italian company, headquartered in EUCENTRE – University of Pavia, whose mission is the scientific research, design, development, production and marketing of innovative and high technology solutions and services in the field of Geomatics. YETITMOVES boasts a consolidated experience in GNSS data processing for high precision static and kinematic positioning applications.
Since its foundation, YETITMOVES collaborates with EUCENTRE (European Centre for Training and Research in Earthquake Engineering) participating in international research projects, also with funding from the European Commission and the European Space Agency (ESA). YETITMOVES develops and commercializes innovative, easy to use and low cost solutions, realized according to the most advanced practices of Geomatics.

In order to develop efficient and economic solutions dedicated to the monitoring and early warning of critical infrastructures and areas subject to hydrogeological instability, YETITMOVES has developed DISPLAYCE, an innovative IoT solution based on single/double frequency GNSS sensors with a high technology/cost ratio able to compete, in terms of reliability, efficiency and measurement accuracy, with much more expensive instrumentation.
DISPLAYCE has already found its main users in large companies operating in the Energy and Transport sectors, in the most important Italian Research Institutes, in Universities, in the Civil Protection and in Public Administrations.

Why choose YETITMOVES?

The monitoring solutions developed by YETITMOVES allow the user to have, with the same budget, a larger number of monitoring points or, the other way around, to reduce the overall costs of the realization. YETITMOVES provides pre-sales assistance, studying customized solutions according to the needs of the customer and the type of monitoring. All components (both hardware and software) are entirely produced and maintained by YETITMOVES. This allows a direct control during the installation and assistance phases, facilitating the management of the data collection and analysis process.
YETITMOVES technology allows the remote control of the instrumentation in order to evaluate remotely and quickly any interference caused by external environmental factors (vandalism, extreme weather events). During the post-sales phase, the direct relationship between user and developer allows a faster understanding of the needs and then an immediate implementation of the solutions.

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