UNM Rainforest Innovations

Under the leadership of Assistant Professor Fernando Moreu from the UNM Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, the UNM Smart Management of Infrastructure Laboratory (SMILab) (http://smilab.unm.edu/) is collaborating with Sandia Peak Tramway to collect data using a low-cost wireless sensing platform that tests the structural health of industrial buildings, transportation systems, and other infrastructure systems.  Dr. Moreu and his team at the lab are developing next-generation smart sensing technologies and strategies towards safer, cost-effective, resilient and sustainable structures. To read more, see the June 19, 2019, article, “UNM researchers partner with Sandia Peak to collect data,” by Kim Delker from UNM Newsroom, at https://news.unm.edu/news/unm-researchers-partner-with-sandia-peak-to-collect-data.

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