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Microsystems for structural health monitoring.

Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsCommissioned report

Published

Publication date10/2008
PublisherEuropean Commission
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

On behalf of the NEXUS association we would like to thank the 37 participants of the Lancaster & Eindhoven workshops for providing their knowledge, experience and recommendations that form the core of this report. We would also like to thank the European Commission for providing the brief and funding through the NEXUSplus project for running these workshops and producing this report. The two workshops organised by NEXUS aimed to address the barriers to commercialisation around the deployment of Microsystems within the Structural Health Monitoring market. The first meeting focused on current and emerging market needs and systems applications. The results of this workshop were presented in an earlier report and have been attached here as an appendix. The second workshop identified specific drivers and barriers, the results of which are also provided as an appendix to this report. This report summarizes the findings of both workshops and provides specific recommendations based on the discussions between participating experts. We hope you and your organisations will find this information of value to your future business and projects and welcolme your continuing interaction with NEXUS over the coming years. Sean Neylon Chair: Nexus Association Email: office@nexus-mems.com