An application of industrial agents to concrete bridge monitoring

@inproceedings{Ulieru2006AnAO,
  title={An application of industrial agents to concrete bridge monitoring},
  author={Mihaela Ulieru and Sajjad Ahmad Madani},
  booktitle={ICINCO-ICSO},
  year={2006}
}
Bridges are key elements of transportation infrastructure. Being expensive vital infrastructure, continuous monitoring and preventive maintenance are of the essence. Wireless sensor networks, the technology of the 21 century offers promising features for a wide range of applications including civil infrastructure monitoring. We present an application of sensor networks backed by agent technology and ubiquitous computing all merged in a holarchy for bridge monitoring. The overall system… CONTINUE READING

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