In the age of the smart city, things like the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analytics are making big changes to the way traditional structural health monitoring (SHM) is done. Also, the capacity, flexibility, and robustness of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques for solving complex real-world problems have led to an increasing interest in applying these methods to SHM systems of infrastructures in recent years. Therefore, an analytical evaluation of recent advancements in SHM for infrastructures appears to be important. The bridge is one of the significant transportation infrastructures where existing environmental and destructive variables can have a negative impact on the structure’s life and health. The SHM system for bridges in different stages of their life cycle, such as construction, development, management, and maintenance, is seen as a complementary part of intelligent transportation systems (ITS). The main goal of this study is to look at how AI can be used to improve the current state of the art in data-driven SHM systems for bridges, including conceptual frameworks, advantages, and challenges, as well as existing approaches. This article presents an overview of the role of AI in data-driven SHM systems for bridges in the future. Finally, some potential research possibilities in AI-assisted SHM are also emphasized and detailed.

Artificial intelligence and structural health monitoring of bridges: A review of the state-of-the-art

Zinno R.;Guido G.;Vitale A.
2022-01-01

Abstract

In the age of the smart city, things like the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analytics are making big changes to the way traditional structural health monitoring (SHM) is done. Also, the capacity, flexibility, and robustness of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques for solving complex real-world problems have led to an increasing interest in applying these methods to SHM systems of infrastructures in recent years. Therefore, an analytical evaluation of recent advancements in SHM for infrastructures appears to be important. The bridge is one of the significant transportation infrastructures where existing environmental and destructive variables can have a negative impact on the structure’s life and health. The SHM system for bridges in different stages of their life cycle, such as construction, development, management, and maintenance, is seen as a complementary part of intelligent transportation systems (ITS). The main goal of this study is to look at how AI can be used to improve the current state of the art in data-driven SHM systems for bridges, including conceptual frameworks, advantages, and challenges, as well as existing approaches. This article presents an overview of the role of AI in data-driven SHM systems for bridges in the future. Finally, some potential research possibilities in AI-assisted SHM are also emphasized and detailed.
Artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence
Big Data
Bridge
Bridges
Data-Driven
Inspection
Intelligent transportation systems
Internet of Things
Internet of Things
Internet of Thins
Maintenance engineering
Smart cities
Structural engineering
Structural health monitoring
Transportation
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11770/341383
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