New performance levels along the life Cycle of Structural Health Monitoring Infrastructures with an integrated toolchain and a semantics based IoT platform.

Unibo PHD Program on risk analysis and health monitoring of artificial and natural structures (EIT4SEMM) plays a starring role in ARROWHEAD TOOLS, a European project funded by ECSEL Joint Undertaking

Pubblicato: 01 September 2022 | News

Building on the skills and assets of the EIT4SEMM(1PhD program  and its students, the Italian team participating to ARROWHEAD TOOLS(2designed a demonstrator of a Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) infrastructure, based on the Arrowhead Toolchain.

The demonstrator shows the impact of the Arrowhead Tools approach on the design, deployment, operation, management and evolution of SHM infrastructures with the ability to dynamically optimize their behaviour, based on the changing environmental conditions, operating needs and predicted power availability.

The research team includes STMicroelectronics, Eurotech, Reply, Politecnico di Torino and the Italian Inter-University Consortium for Nanoelectronics (Iu.Net), which takes part to ARROWHEAD TOOLS with four affiliates: University of BolognaUniversity of Modena e ReggioPolitecnico di Milano and University of Pisa.


(1EIT4SEMM  is an international and interdisciplinary PhD program addressing research in methods, tools, systems and technologies for health monitoring and risk analysis of artificial and natural structures.

(2ARROWHEAD TOOLS is an 83,7 M€ ECSEL project (2019-22) addressing digitalization of the engineering industry, coordinated by Prof. Jerker Delsing from Luleå University of Technology (Sweden) and cofunded by EU, the Member States, the Regions and the project partners.

 

The video is about the SHM infrastructure, which is only one of five demonstrators designed by the ARROWHEAD TOOLS italian team.

This video is produced by ARCES and its actors are: STMicroelectronics, Eurotech, Politecnico di Milano, University of Modena e Reggio and the University of Bologna which is leading the IU.NET team.

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