Amsterdam’s 3D printed steel bridge fitted with huge sensor network for real-time ‘health’ monitoring

Amsterdam's 3D printed steel bridge fitted with huge sensor network for real-time 'health' monitoring

Researchers from the UK’s Alan Turing Institute and Imperial College London are adding a large sensor network to MX3D’s 3D printed steel bridge, currently under development in Amsterdam and set for completion in 2018. The sensors will monitor the “health” of the 3D printed bridge in real time. Back in September, we reported that MX3D’s 3D printed steel bridge was one-third finished and set for completion in June 2018. That promising update has now been followed by a slew of new facts about the groundbreaking Amsterdam pedestrian crossing. The sensor network was designed by a team of structural engineers, […]

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