Derek Nastase

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The advent of high-speed, lightweight, and durable sensor technologies opens new possibilities for field monitoring applications. In particular, under natural or man-made loading conditions, applying these new technologies to the monitoring of building interiors may substantially help rescue and reconnaissance crews during postevent evaluations. To test(More)
Previous experiences during earthquake events emphasize the need for new technologies for real-time monitoring and assessment of facilities with high-value nonstructural contents. Moreover, there is a substantial limitation in our ability to rapidly evaluate and identify potential hazard zones within a structure, exposing rescue workers, society, and the(More)
The advent of high speed, CCD-based camera technologies opens new possibilities for field monitoring applications. In particular, under natural or man-made loading conditions, applying these new technologies towards the monitoring of building interiors may substantially help rescue and reconnaissance crews during post-event evaluations. To test such a(More)
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