Instrumentation of infrastructure is revolutionising how physical assets are designed, maintained and controlled. Current examples are railway bridges instrumented with fibre-optic sensor networks, where engineers wish to understand more about the asset’s structural health. Instrumented infrastructure includes, but is not limited to, physical assets such as bridges, pipe networks and highways for which data are collected in order to improve understanding of their behaviour.
About the event
This workshop is aimed at promoting the emerging field of Data-Centric Engineering (DCE) - how to incorporate and enhance modern engineering activities using mathematics and statistics. This DCE - Instrumented Infrastructure workshop invites contributed talks and posters that explore the nature of the relationship between statistics and instrumented infrastructure applications, suggesting state-of-the-art reasoning from both mathematics and engineering, and developing a synergistic path forward. Participation is particularly welcomed from industry as well as academia.