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Condition monitoring for infrastructure assets: Building the business case

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Civil infrastructure assets often exceed their design life, leading to an increasing awareness of the need to monitor their condition. However, with the emergence of many new automated sensing and condition monitoring systems, there is often a lack of understanding in choosing the most appropriate sensing strategy from the growing selection. This presentation presents an approach for selecting an appropriate condition monitoring strategy by seeking to quantify the “value of the information” provided by each candidate solution, thereby helping the decision maker to choose the system that best suits the particular application. The proposed approach has been developed with industrial applications in mind, and is illustrated through a case study involving condition monitoring in a sewer tunnel.

This talk is part of the DIAL seminars series.

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