We are honoured and thrilled to share the recognition of the prestigious Outstanding Scientific Paper Award of senior researcher Paola Darò at EUROSTRUCT2023, which is an outstanding work of all the group of authors Isabella Alovisi, Monica Longo, Dario La Mazza, Serena Negri and Prof. Giuseppe Mancini from SACERTIS and Prof. Alfredo Cigada from Politecnico di Milano.
At the end of September 2023 we have participated to EUROSTRUCT2023 conference, where we had the honor of participating with 3 highly successful presentations and being co-chair of our MS on Future-oriented European #Standardisation for #Monitoring, #SafetyAssessment, and #Maintenance of #TransportInfrastructure.
It was exciting to be part of the project organized by ASTM, and it was an engaging experience to interact with some students from the Civil Engineering degree program at Politecnico di Torino!
Sacertis is proud to take part to the fib Symposium 2023 - building for the future - Durable, Sustainable, Resilient structures. The conference is bringing together in Istanbul professors, engineers, and industry experts in the field of Civil Engineering from around the world.
This is a load test on the deck of a mixed steel and concrete box-girder viaduct on a highway, supported Sacertis.
The Sacertis S.r.l network is continuously expanding!
Sacertis Ingegneria Srl continues to grow in the field of #structural monitoring, thanks to a new achievement with Italferr and in collaboration with Italdron Air Service Srl.
Today SACERTIS Ingegneria SRL had the pleasure to be involved in the organisation and moderation of the General Session 4 - ‘Service Life & Maintenance/Proactive Maintenance approaches and decision-making in future European standardisation’ held at the #iabmas2022 conference in Barcelona, chaired by Paola Darò and Alfred Strauss.
SACERTIS Ingegneria SRL gave another interesting talk at the conference held in Palermo - the 10th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (EWSHM2022). Giulia Lastrico presented our paper "Concrete Bridges Continuous SHM Using MEMS Sensors: Anomaly Detection for Preventive Maintenance."