Autonomous System for Assessment and Prediction of Infrastructure integrity
Structural testing system based on a wall-climbing robot and unmanned aerial vehicle
The Faculty of Civil Engineering (GF) of the University of Zagreb is the main beneficiary and coordinator of the project. The project is implemented in cooperation with partners, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FSB) of the University of Zagreb. By connecting the fields of construction, robotics and computing, an interdisciplinary unit has been created that offers an innovative solution for the maintenance, monitoring and management of transport infrastructure buildings. It will become a strong strategic partner to the public and private sector and form a kind of competitiveness cluster in the field of construction modernization.
The project in duration of 36 months (December 20, 2019 – December 19, 2022) has a total value of HRK 7,199,141.25, of which HRK 6,044,277.43 is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund within the call ‘’Investment in science and innovation – first call KK.01.1.1.04’’.
To investigate the possibility of applying modern measuring technologies for building inspection and numerical modeling in order to assess the load-bearing capacity and service life of the structure.
EVENTS AND NEWS
Two project workshops, for fifth and sixth grade students of the Glina Elementary School from Glina, were held on Thursday, October 14, 2021, at the Regional Center of Excellence for Robotic Technologies (CRTA) of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval...
Nenad Gucunski is a professor and chair of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering at Rutgers University, a state university in New Jersey. His career was marked by the RABIT (Robotics Assisted Bridge Inspection Tool) project in which a robotic...
From July to September 2021, the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum hosts a program called Summer at Tesla, which presents a series of workshops for children, youth and adults. On Monday, August 23, they were joined by ASAP project associates from the Faculty of Civil...