Bridging Big Data (BBD) 2020 Workshop
Date:November 9th, 2020, 9 to 3 PM CT
Location:Zoom. Please register to receive meeting information https://unomaha.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYsfuCurDIjHNJM8kp7dPKBmN11xC1u1s7R
Theme:Bridge Health in Times of Crisis
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BBD 2020: Bridge Health in Times of Crisis
The Bridging Big Data 2020 workshop (BBD 2020) will bring together bridge dataset owners, big data solution providers, and academics to discuss data-informed bridge infrastructure resilience in crisis times. Through this workshop, we seek to understand the pandemic’s impact on bridge infrastructure resilience from design, sensing, economic, and socio-political perspectives. As with prior workshops, we will continue to focus on smart big data pipelines for aging rural bridge transportation infrastructure - by showcasing sensing and big data technology applications, highlighting solutions to data discovery and controlled sharing challenges, and unveiling novel data-driven decision-making tools.
The one-day workshop will be conducted in a virtual format using a remote video-conferencing platform. Morning activities will focus on what has been done – how data, technology, and engineering are being used to improve built infrastructure management in turbulent times. A panel of leading experts will discuss how presented techniques could affect future bridge design, assessment, management, and policy decisions during and after a major crisis in the Midwest.
Afternoon activities will look at what needs to be done – national and international activities focused on better preparing for the effects of future crises on the built environment. Additionally, in lightning talks, researchers will feature SMARTI data products that improve rural bridge assessment and management during and between crises.
Professional Development Units/Continuing Education Credits will be provided to workshop attendees.
General Focus Areas related to Bridge Structural Health
- Data security and quality; Intellectual Property; Standards and Shared Best Practices; Curation
Decision Support Systems
- Analysis and Modeling; Data Analytics; Decision Making; Visualization
- Policy, societal, economic and environmental impact; disaster and crisis management
Next-Gen Health Monitoring
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicle/System (UAV/UAS); Sensors; Wireless Networks
- Agenda - Updated Oct. 15th, 2020
- Professional Development Units/Continuing Education Credits will be provided to workshop attendees.
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