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CSIC Smart Infrastructure Blog on Computer Vision for civil engineering published today

31 March 2021

This month’s CSIC Smart Infrastructure Blog by Vladimir Vilde, CSIC Research Associate, invites industry practitioners interested in deploying Computer Vision-based solutions to join a new special interest group. The Blog follows a CSIC workshop, led by Vilde, held earlier this year where there was expressed interest from...

‘It’s a green revolution and it’s powered by data’ – Growing Underground

30 March 2021

Growing Underground, the project led by CSIC Investigator Dr Ruchi Choudhary, is said to be a ‘green revolution’, which is ‘powered by data’ in a new feature published by the University of Cambridge . Cambridge researchers are working alongside the founders of the underground farm – located 120 ft below the busy streets of...

Resilience of rail infrastructure

29 March 2021

Following the tragic events near Stonehaven on 12 August, when a train derailment led to three people losing their lives, the Earthworks Management Task Force, led by Professor Lord Robert Mair, Head of CSIC, has completed its report and recommendations. The Secretary of State requested an assessment of the impact of...

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