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This application note from Sherborne Sensors discusses the growing use of sensors to monitor the structural health of of civil infrastructure. Structural health monitoring (SHM) provides information on demand about any significant change or damage occurring in a structure. While SHM has been employed for many years, the sheer volume of data the sensors produce means drawing conclusions from it can be time consuming. With recent major advances in communications, data transmission and computer processing, the effectiveness of SHM has increased. The analysis and modelling of SHM data can provide critical intelligence for maintenance and management strategies, as well as improved design. As a result of these new approaches, SHM is able to provide immediate benefits to asset owners, financiers and public authorities in reducing the risk of litigation, improving public safety and increasing the sustainability of critical civil transport infrastructure.

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Application note: sensors power next-gen SHM in civil engineering applications

This application note from Sherborne Sensors discusses the growing use of sensors to monitor the structural health of of civil infrastructure. Structural health monitoring (SHM) provides information on demand about any significant change or damage occurring in a structure. While SHM has been employed for many years, the sheer volume of data the sensors produce means drawing conclusions from it can be time consuming. With recent major advances in communications, data transmission and computer processing, the effectiveness of SHM has increased. The analysis and modelling of SHM data can provide critical intelligence for maintenance and management strategies, as well as improved design. As a result of these new approaches, SHM is able to provide immediate benefits to asset owners, financiers and public authorities in reducing the risk of litigation, improving public safety and increasing the sustainability of critical civil transport infrastructure.

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