During the study day on 27 June in Portonovo, infrastructural monitoring and artificial intelligence represented the fulcrum of the topics covered: will inspections, tomorrow, only take place remotely or will field activity always be necessary? A recurring question, as recurring is the role of interdisciplinarity.
The summary, in a nutshell, of what emerged from the study day of the Fabre Consortium is that monitoring is certainly a relevant support method, but not a substitute for the activity of the infrastructure inspector or maintenance technician. We always need a critical reading accompanied by knowledge that leads to the appropriate choice of the monitoring method.
These and other topics are extensively reported in the article by Sara Frumento published on the Ingenio website and can be consulted by clicking here.