Jog, GM and Li, S and Becerik-Gerber, B and Brilakis, I Civil and Environmental Engineering Challenges for Data Sensing and Analysis. In: ASCE International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, 19-6-2011 to 22-6-2011, Miami, FL, United States of America pp. 110-117.. (Unpublished)Full text not available from this repository.
The objective of this study was to identify challenges in civil and environmental engineering that can potentially be solved using data sensing and analysis research. The challenges were recognized through extensive literature review in all disciplines of civil and environmental engineering. The literature review included journal articles, reports, expert interviews, and magazine articles. The challenges were ranked by comparing their impact on cost, time, quality, environment and safety. The result of this literature review includes challenges such as improving construction safety and productivity, improving roof safety, reducing building energy consumption, solving traffic congestion, managing groundwater, mapping and monitoring the underground, estimating sea conditions, and solving soil erosion problems. These challenges suggest areas where researchers can apply data sensing and analysis research.
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