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UNM Lab Using Its Sensor Monitoring Technology to Collaborate with Local Company to Monitoring the Structural Health of Structures

Under the leadership of Assistant Professor Fernando Moreu from the UNM Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, the UNM Smart Management of Infrastructure Laboratory (SMILab) (http://smilab.unm.edu/) is collaborating with Sandia Peak Tramway to collect data using a low-cost wireless sensing platform that tests the structural health of industrial buildings, transportation systems, and other infrastructure systems.  Dr. Moreu and his team at the lab are developing next-generation smart sensing technologies and strategies towards safer, cost-effective, resilient and sustainable structures. To read more, see the June 19, 2019, article, “UNM researchers partner with Sandia Peak to collect data,” by Kim Delker from UNM Newsroom, at https://news.unm.edu/news/unm-researchers-partner-with-sandia-peak-to-collect-data.