MIC. Bridge and MIC.Construction – Web Portals for the Remote Monitoring of Bridges and Other Structures

Our Monitoring Intelligence Centers MIC.Bridge and MIC.Construction have been developed for the remote monitoring of bridges and other structures as well as construction sites. Here, comprehensive information about the structure itself as well as its operating and environmental conditions is evaluated with intelligent algorithms and made clear and available to the user. They can see at a glance whether limit values are being complied with, whether and where a problem is occurring, what may be the cause and what measures need to be taken to remedy the fault or prevent its progression. Concrete recommendations for action are formulated which help to extend the service life of the building and increase its availability.  

The basis for the data acquisition is a tailor-made SHM concept. The data collected is evaluated and archived automatically. The prepared information is made available to the user in a dashboard, reports can be created on the basis of various templates or individually configured. In addition, alarms can be defined. Optionally, the system can be permanently monitored by our experienced engineers.

Please contact me personally


I’ll be pleased to advise you on the development of an individual monitoring concept for your civil engineering project as well as on questions concerning our range of products and services in the field of structural intelligence.

Dr.-Ing. Carsten Ebert

+49 931 49708-240
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Civil Engineering (focus on renovation of old buildings), HTWK Leipzig, Dipl.-Ing. (FH)
Civil Engineering (focus on structural engineering), HTWK Leipzig, M.Sc.

Acadamic Degree

Dr.-Ing: Scientific assistant at HTWK Leipzig within a research project of the DFG (German Research Foundation); in cooperation with the University of Siegen, Prof. Fritzen, resulting in my dissertation in the field of structural dynamics.

Committee Activity

DIN 4150, Parts 1 and 3: "Vibration protection in civil engineering"

VDI 4551: "Structural monitoring and assessment of wind turbines and offshore stations"

IEA Wind, Task 42: "Wind Turbine Lifetime Extension"


Professional Motto

Innovative engineering solutions for comfort and cost efficiency


Working at Wölfel

I particularly enjoy being part of our young, pleasant and extremely successful team, solving new and exciting projects for our customers every day! Since 2008 "on board" there has never been a dull moment and I am thrilled to have been able to help shape and experience how technology made by Wölfel is used in modern wind turbines to further increase efficiency and environmental friendliness.