QuakeLogic, located in northern California, provides AI-powered disaster risk management solutions for government and state agencies, businesses and home-owners to protect them from liabilities and economic losses seen during and after earthquakes.

QuakeLogic also provides monitoring and testing hardware including shake tables, and conducts analytical methods, and experimental and theoretical research in the seismic, structural, and geotechnical engineering fields.

Federal Government California
DUNS: 117204621
CAGE code: 8EQM1
California State Small Business
Certification: 2016403
NAICS codes:
541715, 541330, 541690, 541990,
541519, 541360
UNSPSC codes:
20122600, 20122601, 20122602, 20122622, 20122623,
26142117, 41114106, 43232605, 46171631, 71151105,
81101505, 81101514, 81111810, 81150000, 81151900
SAM registered and have SBA profile


  • Disaster risk management and structural health monitoring
  • Earthquake early warning
  • Seismic monitoring
  • Borehole instrumentation
  • Hydrological and environmental monitoring
  • Machine vibration monitoring and analysis
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • Small-to-large scale research studies and program evaluations
  • Instrumentation and instrument maintenance
  • Warning systems, installation, repair, and service
  • Software development, and implementation
  • Small-to-large scale shake tables
  • Shake tables installation and maintenance service
  • Training


  • High resolution accelerometers & multi-channel data-loggers
  • Cloud-based monitoring software
  • Earthquake early warning software and sensors
  • Mass notification hardware and software
  • Seismic, environmental, and hydrological sensors, and digitizers
  • Small-to-large scale shake tables


  • California Professional Engineer License (CEO, Erol Kalkan)
  • California Small Business Certification


Eighteen years experience in

  • Instrumentation of buildings, bridges, tunnels and dams
  • Seismic network operations
  • Structural health monitoring
  • Signal processing and big-data management
  • Seismic hazard computation
  • Structural dynamics and earthquake engineering research


  • More than 40 instrumentation and structural health monitoring projects for buildings, bridges, dams and tunnels around the US
  • Seismic instrumentation (including borehole sensors) and real-time monitoring of the world’s largest suspension bridge (1915 Canakkale Bridge) in Turkey
  • Structural health monitoring with ETH Zurich for Swiss Railway Bridge in Switzerland
  • The largest instrumentation and structural health monitoring project in the US, including 28 hospitals in seismic-prone regions of the continental US, Alaska and Puerto Rico
  • Instrumentation and structural health monitoring of the Science and Engineering Building of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Instrumentation and structural health monitoring of the Walnut Creek Dam, Anaheim, California
  • Instrumentation of the Prado Dam, Corona, California
  • Instrumentation of the tallest all-residential tower in the western US, One Rincon Tower, San Francisco
  • Cloud-based Structural health monitoring of Rosendo-Salazar Dam in Mexico
  • Cloud-based Structural health monitoring of Ribeiradio Dam in Portugal
  • Cloud-based Structural health monitoring of the World’s tallest RC building
  • Instrumentation and structural health monitoring of the World’s Largest Concrete Arch Bridge in Nevada, US
  • Cloud-based structural health monitoring of two railway bridges in India


  • US: Virginia Tech, University of Nevada, University of Missouri, Central Washington University, Stevens Institute of Technology, Rowan University, University of Houston, ASIR Seismic, University of Texas Rio Grande, Southern Illinois University, United States Geological Survey, SONOCO, Nevada Department of Transportation, City of Anaheim, Engineered Equipment, Coach Glass
  • Australia: University of Queensland
  • Belgium: Université Catholique de Louvain
  • Canada: University of Alberta, Universite De Moncton
  • Chile: Universidad de Los Andes
  • China: Zhejiang University
  • Finland: University of Helsinki
  • France: Nantes Universite
  • Iceland: Reykavik University
  • Italy: Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale – OGS, Università degli Studi di Padova
  • Greece: University of Athens
  • Mexico: Government of Mexico, Department of Water
  • Philippines: Deco Trading
  • Poland: Politechnika Krakowska
  • Singapore: Cambrian Engineering
  • Spain: Universidad Complutense
  • Switzerland: Infra-Sens, ETH-Zurich
  • Turkey: DLSY JV (Daelim, Limak, SK and Yapı Merkezi), ENERJISA, Schindler
  • UK: Imperial College in London