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- Should we be looking to new procurement models in light of advances in structural health monitoring?
James Fisher Testing Services (JFTS) will be exhibiting at the ninth European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (EWSHM), 10 – 13 July in Manchester.
The event is being organised by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT) and will also play host to the structural health monitoring conference, where you will be able to see JFTS providing a live demonstration of the Smart Asset Management System (SAMS); our advanced Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) solution.
SAMS utilises a sophisticated open software technology stack that incorporates sensors, data acquisition equipment and data processing algorithms to provide a comprehensive SHM, predictive modelling and asset data management solution. SAMS is a highly flexible platform that can be used on a wide variety of infrastructure assets including bridges, buildings, tunnels and wind turbines.
The latest incarnation of SAMS draws on our industry leading research and development work, allowing the system to harness big data analytics in order to provide highly accurate, rich management information.
Join us at the exhibition to meet our senior technical team, including Matthew Anderson, technically authority for bridges and structures and Andrew Scullion, technical authority for systems engineering.