Industry 4.0 forms an opportunity for a paradigm shift from traditional Structural Health Monitoring and conventional Nondestructive testing to digital monitoring for process control and optimization. This requires new and intelligent, self-learning sensors. In this context, sensors are viewed primarily as complex systems, such as ultrasound or X-ray computed tomographs, thermography and eddy current sensors or electromagnetic sensors. These systems require an intelligent design and implementation, but the multidimensional and complex data streams generated by those sensors must also be intelligently analyzed using advanced image processing and modern machine learning techniques. The aim of the International Symposium on Structural Health Monitoring and Nondestructive Testing is to provide an overview of the latest breakthroughs in SHM and NDT and their interactions with various industrial fields. Internationally acknowledged experts and researchers in the field of SHM, NDT and data processing will communicate about the latest research and development activities. The symposium provides a forum for end-users, scientists, equipment suppliers and for an interested audience to discuss current scientific topics and to examine products as well as present and future possibilities for SHM and NDT. The symposium will be a 2-day conference on the 4th and 5th of October 2018 with oral presentations, poster session and industrial exhibition.
The Symposium SHM-NDT 2018 is organized by htw saar in cooperation with the German Society for NonDestructive Testing (DGZfP e.V.), the French Society for Nondestructive Testing (COFREND), INSA- Lyon, FITT gGmbH, Fraunhofer IZFP, Fraunhofer EZRT and NDT.net.
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