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  • T-DIN : storm detector
  • G-DIN : propagates GPS signal over copper cables
  • R-DIN : relay control by phone call (typ. modem reset)


Update 20171011 - October 17th, 2017

Release 20171011 is online. The major changes include:

  • MODBUS support on serial links and TCP, for the industrial integration of DIN and MOB digitizers
  • seismic triggers can be transmitted on IoT networks (LoRa, Sigfox, SMS)
  • computation and transmission of quality control parameters over IoT networks (LoRa, Sigfox, SMS) and SEEDLink channels
  • implementation of a timer for delayed or periodic setup/actions
  • support for STANEO seismometers

This release also includes bug fixes and minor changes, among which:

  • SIGFOX: now limited at 140 messages per day
  • GPS: better stability in automatic mode
  • persistence of the last trigger (for asynchronous transmission of trigger information)

The firmware can be installed auomatically from the web interface of the digitizers, or downloaded using this link: this link. Also, do not forget to download the user manual.

IoT solutions are not (only) for toys ! - April 28th, 2017

STANEO proposes SMS, Sigfox™ and LoRa® based communication solutions (DIN/MOB devices, software, and services) that fill the gap between the basic stand-alone station and the permanently online observatory station.
IoT solutions are mature enough to extend the Nagios-like monitoring of equipments to almost any seismic station, at low cost. It's time to take it seriously !
Download the leaflet here.

Visit our new online shop ! - March 24th, 2017

For secure, fast, and simple purchase process, check our online shop:

 SISMOLO-Proto - March 8th, 2017


SISMOLO-Proto: a seismic sensor for Arduino, Raspberry, BBB etc. Seismograms (20s bandwidth) are sent over a TTL serial line: hobbyists will be able to build their high sensitivity seismic station or vibration detector. Here (twitter) is a sample "son et lumière" show based on SISMOLO-Proto, Arduino nano and basic components (buzzer, resistors, LEDs), the full video is here.

Continuous BC measurements - February 10th, 2017

BC measurements in Toulouse
Black Carbon measurements in Toulouse continue: check them on

First black carbon measurements - December 1st, 2016

Our prototype black carbon sensor provides the first measurements. It is based on the principle of Hansen, Rosen et Novakov. The instrument measures the pollution episodes related to fine-particle emissions due to combustion of fossil fuels, biofuel, and biomass (wood fuel, controlled burn...). The first measurements, compared to ORAMIP data, are presented on our twittter account here.

STANEO-ready virtual machine - multi-OS solution

A virtual machine can solve most of the problems with USB driver signature, Java applet and so on...
Occasionnal users (but not only...) should check this simple solution here (or visit the Support section).

Update 20160916 - September 21, 2016

Release 20160916 includes the following changes:

  • support for BlueSeis sensor
  • support for LoRaWAN communication
  • LOG channel includes information about external storage usage
  • FTP access available for the external storage
  • advanced network setup (netscripts if-up, if-down, if-post-down, if-pre-up)
  • watchdog delay on the USB network interface is increased to 60 seconds

A few corrections are also included :

  • at boot time, in some situations, the data could be written twice on the external storage
  • phase and perdiod for SMS are correctly used
  • LED display for usage of very large external USB storage (32GB) corrected
  • parameters are saved even if they are changed during boot time
  • latency of SEEDLink data can be controlled for any sampling rate

The firmware can be installed automatically from the web interface of the digitizers or can be obtained following this link .

2016/08/30 Underground antenna to improve rotational seismology - Joint experiment with CEA, iXBlue and STANEO at LSBB

The underground broadband seismic antenna operating in the LSBB in Rustrel runs with 10 more broad band stations for a few months. The antenna is now composed of 5+10 undeground stations and 6 surface stations. The aim of the operation is the comparison of the direct observation of the rotational wavefield measured with a BlueSeis sensor with the rotational component obtained by spatial differentiation of the wavefield recorded by the translational seismic instruments. STANEO already provides the time synchronization and power management system of the antenna, including the protection against thunders (very common in this region during spring and summer).

The new stations are based on D6BB-DIN and D6BB-MOB. Although the undeground laboratory is equipped with optical fibers, is was not possible to deploy fiber for each station. The time synchronization (down to a few microseconds) is based on a the main GPS receiver connected through G-DIN devices. The long cables that could drive destructive overvoltage due to indirect lightnings are isolated thanks to T-DIN devices.

The D6BB and D9 dataloggers are now able to acquire the data flow provided by the BlueSeis sensor. The SEEDLink streams for the rotational components and health states of the sensor are processed as any other standard SEEDLink stream from the digitizer, allowing a really easy access to the data through the standard data management system of the laboratory.

European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016 - Vienna - 17-22 April

STANEO will attend the EGU General Assembly in Vienna, 17-22 April 2016. We will be happy to welcome you at our booth G16 to learn about your projects and to introduce innovative STANEO products.

We will present present our main products :

  • Digitizer dedicated to mobile applications (low power, IP68, ergonomic): D3BB-MOB/D6BB-MOB/D9-MOB
  • Communication module for MOB series (SMS, GSM/3G, IOT): GPS-GSM/SIGFOX
  • Digitizer dedicated to permanent stations (ultra compact, DIN rail mounted, industrial terminals): D6BB-DIN/D9-DIN
  • Integrated seismological observatory dedicated to education and science centers: VIBRATO

... and more !

Update 20160203 - february 23rd 2016

Release 20160203 proposes a few changes including :

  • the parameters can be saved on demand, the status of the parameters can be monitored
  • all the parameters can be changed throuh the web interface
  • the last entries of the LOG channel can be viewed on the web interface
  • the data access over the SEEDLink server on the serial link has been optimized

A fex bugs have also been fixed :

  • the DHCP server that was running on the ethernet interface has been removed
  • in some special situations a default route wes setup over the usb interface, this default route has been removed
  • for MOB series, the durations of the button have been adjusted
  • the channel type announced by the SEEDLInk server has been fixed in the answer to the INFO STREAM request

The firmware can be installed automatically from the web interface of the digitizers or can be obtained following this link .

SEEDLink hub: SLHUB and SLHUB-DIN - february 1st 2016

SLHUB is a SEEDLink hub that is simple, full-featured, fast, with a very small memory footprint. As an example, 1400 channels representing 200kB/s request less than 15MB of memory. SLHUB only needs a linux system (x86 64/32bits, ARM...) and 8GB of storage for the SEEDLink buffer. SLHUB can be installed on a standard PC as well as on a very lightweight system such as a NAS (small CPU, limited RAM and huge storage for long term data archiving).

AGU Fall Meeting - december 10th 2015

STANEO will attend the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco next week. We will be happy to welcome you at booth 813 to learn about your projects and to introduce innovative STANEO products.

STANEO is supported by Région Midi-Pyrénées.

Update 20151207 - december 10th 2015

Update 20151217 : mass centering command for digital Trillium sensors fixed, firmware is online and can be installed using the automatic update procedure.

Firmware release 20151207 for DIN and MOB series in online, here are the major changes:

  • support for SIGFOX reporting (
  • support for D3BB-MOB
  • support for WindSonic and EE210 weather sensors
  • dating based on external board (PPS board/dating station)
  • last entries of the LOG channel can be viewed from the main page
  • leap second management
  • SEEDLink and setup over serial port (PPP) and Bluetooth connection

The new firmware is available online and can be installed using the automatic update procedure.
The updated documentation can be found in section Support.

Firmware release 20150622 - June 29, 2015

Release 20150622 of the D6/D9 DIN and MOB series is online, here are the main changes :

  • D6BB digitizers accept 1000 and 2000 sample rates
  • web interface enhanced : GPS sky map, FDSNWS server, digitizer dataless ...
  • fix : absolute trigger is now performed on offset-corrected signal
  • fix (MOB series) : button action actually sends the mass centering command
  • more minor/marginal fixes

The firmware can be donloaded here and can be installed using the automatic update feature.

Firmware release 20150224 - March 13, 2015

Firmware release 20150224 offers the following enhancements :

  • GPS can be managed in continuous or cycle mode for both DIN and MOB series
  • handling of incoming SMS
  • gain can be adjusted for D6BB-DIN/D6BB-MOB
  • clock stability is optimized in continuous mode : 1µs instead of 10µs
  • LOG channel includes health state (SOH), GPS location etc.
  • sensor collection
  • optimisation of the external storage management (first scan is faster, index file is synchronous)

The firmware can be found here and can be installed using the automatic update feature.

Real time signal display using a signed Java applet - December 16th 2014

Release 20141216 available online now provides a signed Java applet for real time data display, the start time is reduced and the procedure is simplified. The changes include a more efficient management of the GPS receiver in case of poor signal/noise ratio. The web interface now display the data ranges available on the internal memory.

Virtual private network - September 12th 2014

Digitizers of the D6BB and D9 family are now able to establish a VPN connection using the PPTP protocol. VPN makes possible to connect a station connected to the Internet using a private and variable IP address. This is the case for standard basic GPRS service. The digitizer appears in the network of the VPN gateway as a local element of this network, the IP address of the digitizer in the local network is fixed and the setup procedure does not require any setup on the gateway or firewall on the digitizer side.

The firmware now online includes this feature, this is the only change since the previous release in July.

More communication options for DIN and MOB series - July 3rd 2014

The latest firmware (release 20140702) is online .

The most important changes are related to communication :

  • DIN and MOB digitizers are now able to send periodic SMS for SOH check
  • Ethernet and WiFi interfaces can be setup for DHCP configuration

Some minor but usefull changes include :

  • time quality fully reported in SEED data format
  • SeisGram applet is now stable for long term use (no more vanishing channels)
  • temperature is included in the time correction entries in the LOG channel
  • web pages provide information about external storage and GPS detailed status

Also note that the user manual for DIN series is available in english in the Support section.

... and remember that for online stations, the automatic update provides a secure one-click method to perform the upgrade task.

Firmware release 20140422 is available - May 5th 2014

News :

  • GSM/GPRS/3G connection
  • no-ip and dyndns clients
  • periodic emails for system status
  • flash memory optimization

The firmware can be updated automatically by the digitizer. It is also available for download here.

Android App for StaneO digitizers- March 12th 2014

Control and setup your DIN and MOB digitizers is now possible over Bluetooth using Android smartphone or tablet.

      • download and install the latest firmware on your digitizer
      • download and install the Android app on your smartphone or tablet
      • connect the BT-USB adapter ...
      that's it : your digitizer is now controlled over Bluetooth from your phone !

Support for Arduino - February 18th 2014

The Arduino board connected to your DIN digitizer extends the environmental monitoring on your station (weather monitoring...). The software library for Arduino designed by STANEO allows to generate a MiniSEED channel for each sensor embedded on the Arduino board. No setup is required on the digitizer, the Arduino indicates everything to the digitizer thanks to the software library !

New web site - February 10th 2014

STANEO is happy to propose a new web site.