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Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction

Transforming infrastructure through smarter information
 

Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC)

An Innovation and Knowledge Centre funded by EPSRC, Innovate UK and Industry Partners, CSIC is a world-leading centre in the development of smart infrastructure and data-driven solutions to enable smarter whole-life asset management decisions, for both new infrastructure and existing assets.

We collaborate with partner organisations across policy, standards and industry to accelerate the timeframe for smart infrastructure innovations to become part of the industry mainstream, effecting transformative change and delivering benefits to all stakeholders.

CSIC works at a number of strategic levels to influence and inform changes required to secure greater efficiency in the design, construction and operation of our infrastructure, providing leadership in exploiting data from monitoring real infrastructure performance to reduce carbon, increase resilience and preserve resources.  

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Read CSIC discussion papers: Flourishing Systems: re-envisioning infrastructure as a platform for human flourishing;Smart Sustainability: exploiting data in engineering to mitigate climate change; Smart Infrastructure: getting more from strategic assets 

Latest news

Fibre optic sensors installed on M6 concrete bridge as part of CSIC multi-sensing systems-integration project

12 August 2020

The M6 motorway bridge crossing over the River Penk in Staffordshire, UK A team of CSIC researchers have installed a fibre optic strain sensors network across the length of a half-joint concrete bridge carrying the M6 motorway over the River Penk in Staffordshire, UK. The bridge has deteriorating half-joint connections...

CSIC research student selected for National Infrastructure Commission Young Professionals Panel

4 August 2020

Sam Cocking, CSIC PhD Student, is among 10 new members of the National Infrastructure Commission Young Professionals Panel. I'm particularly interested in using this opportunity to explore upcoming trends in infrastructure research, that will have a direct impact on younger infrastructure professionals over the course of...