ADOT pilot project finishing installation of variable speed limit signs, sensors PHOENIX – When blowing dust reduces visibility along 10 miles of Interstate 10 between...
Geospatial technology is present and therefore the expanse of its reach in several fields is growing. Most technologies need a spatial element and it...
A new technology able to detect potentially dangerous conditions in power plants is in the pipeline at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering, thanks to a $360,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
Tiny sensors being developed in a Simon Fraser University lab could help to give a pre-emptive head’s up, enough to secure critical infrastructure, such as bridges or power lines, and potentially save lives.
Pavement engineering firm The Transtec Group released a wireless option for the COMMAND Center concrete temperature and maturity system. Users can now measure and log concrete temperature history, calculate maturity, and evaluate in-place strength with the free COMMAND Center for iOS app.
Joseph Louis, who recently earned a doctorate in civil engineering from Purdue's Lyles School of Civil Engineering, used technology he was working on while he was pursuing the degree to co-found SAMCRO Technologies LLC. The company is working to license technology that combines pre-existing sensors on equipment at a construction site with an operational model of the site.