Aims and Objectives
- To develop and manage a web based information source for structural integrity monitoring and areas of peripheral interest.
- To organise regular seminars to present and discuss structural monitoring techniques for relevant industry sectors and to identify the latest available technologies.
- To facilitate communication between those involved and interested in structural integrity, including users, providers or consultants, through its membership.
- To strengthen existing links with relevant organisations involved in structural integrity monitoring.
- To establish the appropriateness of the economic and technical aspects of monitoring techniques for the management of the structural integrity of large structures and plant safety.
- To highlight needs and changes in industry requirements, for providers and users of structural monitoring and to identify priorities for further development.
- To develop opportunities for training and professional development in structural integrity monitoring.
- Oil and Gas Platforms, Floating Offshore Structures, Jack-ups, Industrial Process Plants, Bridges, Ships, Rail, Aircraft, Nuclear and Power Generation
- Industrial Steering Group Representatives from companies involved in providing the technology, users, consultants, researchers etc.
Currently these are ABS,
Atkins with coordination from
Cranfield University and
University College London.
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