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SUBLIME Workshop on fatigue and dynamic loading

On November 8, 2023, the SUBLIME project marked a crucial milestone by hosting an insightful workshop in collaboration with esteemed industrial (ArcelorMittal, ARUP, BmS, ct de Boer, DDC, Inertia Technology, Municipality Amsterdam, Province Zuid Holland, Royal HaskoningDHV, Rijkswaterstaat, Somni Solutions) and academic partners (TU Delft, TU/e and U Twente). 

Researchers from PS were also present at the workshop and engaged in the conversations to exchange insights with the project partners. The workshop involved several presentations on current developments and cutting-edge technologies in the area of steel bridge health monitoring. Following these presentations, the participants discussed in-depth in focused groups about Dynamic Behavior Measurement, Digital Twin Implememntation, and Inspection Strategies & Improvements. 

The workshop served as a platform for everyone to gain knowledge on current practices, and future possibilities. The fruitful conversations with all the stakeholders provided valuable insights that will enable us to develop impactful solutions. Our professor Paul Havinga summarized the workshop very well.

prof. dr. ing. Paul Havinga

This workshop was not just a meeting. We got a lot of insights on the current practices and possibilities for steel bridges health monitoring, which gave us very valuable insights that we can translate into innovative solutions addressing the needs of the stakeholders. The journey has just begun, and the path ahead is paved with possibilities.

prof. dr. ing. Paul Havinga
Professor, Pervasive Systems Research Group
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More information can be found here: https://sublimeproject.nl/workshop-on-fatigue/  

Here is a small after-movie of the workshop: https://youtu.be/Q_y0NWKFeRY