Day 1

Day 1

Smart data and smart infrastructure Seminar – 2 May

Exploring smart ways to collect, analyse and model geotechnical data

Registration and refreshments
Opening comments from chair​
Jason Boddy, associate director, Arup
Smart Infrastructure
The impact of robotics on infrastructure design, construction and maintenance: a key component of future smart infrastructure

Raul Fuentes, associate professor in infrastructure engineering, University of Leeds
Data Collection
Insight into smarter ways of collecting geotechnical data and revealing its potential impact for projects.
Two technical talks looking at how monitoring techniques are developing, their application and how they could change our knowledge of asset and third party behaviour.
Mehdi Alhaddad, researcher, Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction
Maria de Farago,
senior remote sensing geologist, Telespazio Vega UK
Group discussion
How could improved data collection techniques change the way we design and deliver geotechnical assets? 
Networking refreshments break
Exploring best practice in deterioration and degradation modelling of infrastructure assets and what this means for geotechnical engineers​
Group discussion
To what extend are further advancements in data analysis needed in order to maximise the accuracy and wealth of data available to the geotechnical industry? 
Closing remarks from chair and end of seminar

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