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Osprey Measurement Systems

About Us

Combining experience with innovation, Osprey Measurement Systems are applying cutting edge technologies to real-world engineering solutions


Osprey Measurement Systems originated through a collaboration between brothers Daniel and Peter Scott, with the support of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering at University College London.

Extensive experience in the geotechnical and structural monitoring space guides the design of Osprey’s products and bespoke monitoring solutions, developed and tested at our facility in Sussex and manufactured in the UK.

Our Vision

A built environment modelled, constructed and maintained with maximised safety, efficiency and efficacy through comprehensive awareness of material behaviour and performance.

Our Mission

To create a suite of advanced instruments for the civil construction industry made easy to install, read and interpret, that automate manual processes and reduce overall monitoring costs.

Quality Policy

We operate a UKAS certified ISO 9001:2015 compliant quality management system to ensure quality is present in every measurement system we produce. From inception, through installation, right up to the measurements that define your project.

Certificate Number 17906-QMS-001


Osprey Measurement Systems complies with all applicable CE directives and European harmonised standards. For further information on compliance, see the product data sheet. 

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For further details on any of our products, pricing, partners or support, please email us at [email protected], call on +44 (0) 20 3355 4447 or use the below contact form.

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Let’s work together

We’re always on the lookout for people to work with. Whether you’re a graduate looking for a project, a specialist contractor looking to offer your clients something new, a designer with a trial embankment to monitor or a university looking for an avenue into industry, drop us a line and let’s see where it goes.