SMARTI researchers discuss rural bridge health project on NET Nebraska

SMARTI researchers discuss rural bridge health project on NET Nebraska

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Including Nebraska Engineering faculty Daniel Linzell and Chungwook Sim, researchers working on the SMARTI project discuss the management and monitoring of rural bridge health on an edition of NET Nebraska's "Consider This."
Including Nebraska Engineering faculty Daniel Linzell and Chungwook Sim, researchers working on the SMARTI project discuss the management and monitoring of rural bridge health on an edition of NET Nebraska's "Consider This."

In 2017, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave America’s bridges a C+; adding it would cost more than $76 billion to improve them. So, what’s the answer?

On the latest episode of NET Nebraska's "Consider This," University of Nebraska-Lincoln civil engineering faculty Daniel Linzell and Chungwook Sim join University of Nebraska Omaha's Robin Gandhi in discussing a new initiative that will focus on the management and monitoring of the health of aging rural bridges.

The Smart Big Data Pipeline for Aging Rural Bridge Transportation Infrastructure (SMARTI), which is headquartered at UNO's College of Information Science and Technology, includes 16 researchers from the two campus and across four areas.