New Sensor Rapidly Determines Bridge Condition After Earthquake
First Application is for Bullet Train (“Shinkansen”) Bridges in
Visual inspection techniques have been used to assess the condition of bridges for decades, both in the U.S. and many other countries. However, engineers in the U.S. and
“The Japanese transportation system relies on the Shinkansen high speed trains for long distance, on-time performance,” commented
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LifeSpan Technologies develops industrial strength, advanced condition assessment solutions that power confident decisions and deliver the engineering standard of care for deficient infrastructure though superior, real-time information. These solutions combine patented sensor technology with wireless communications and the Internet, enabling infrastructure managers to continually assess safety, extend asset life, and minimize life-cycle cost. LifeSpan’s solutions are intended to complement, not replace, visual inspection.
LifeSpan Technologies’ advanced 24×7 condition assessment solutions have been deployed on bridges owned by state departments of transportation and toll road operators, and other civil structures across
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