Innovation and Knowledge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction - Collaborative Programme Tranche 1

Lead Research Organisation: University of Cambridge
Department Name: Engineering

Abstract

Infrastructure represents a large part of the UK's asset base, and its efficient management and maintenance are vital to the economy and society. The application of emerging technologies to advanced health monitoring of existing critical infrastructure assets can help to better quantify and define the extent of ageing and the consequent remaining design life of infrastructure, thereby reducing the risk of failure. Emerging technologies also have the potential to transform the industry through a whole-life approach to achieving sustainability in construction and infrastructure in an integrated way - design and commissioning, the construction process, exploitation and use, and eventual de-commissioning. Crucial elements of these emerging technologies include the application of the latest sensor technologies, data management tools and manufacturing processes to the construction industry, both during infrastructure construction and throughout its life. There is a substantial market for exploitation of these technologies by the construction industry, particularly contractors, specialist instrumentation companies and owners of infrastructure.
In this proposal, we seek to build on the creation of the Innovation and Knowledge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction which brings together leading research groups in the University of Cambridge Departments of Engineering and Architecture, Computer Laboratory and Judge Business School. The Collaborative Programme will see these groups working with industrialists and other critical stakeholders on challenging research projects which deliver practical solutions to the problems that industry faces and which promote the dissemination and adoption of valuable emerging technologies.
The development and commercialisation of emerging technologies can provide radical changes in the construction and management of infrastructure, leading to considerably enhanced efficiencies, economies and adaptability. The objective is to create 'Smart Infrastructure' with the following attributes: (a) minimal disturbance and maximum efficiency during construction, (b) minimal maintenance for new infrastructure and optimum management of existing infrastructure, (c) minimal failures even during extreme events (fire, natural hazards, climate change), and (d) minimal waste materials at the end of the life cycle. The Centre focuses on the innovative use of emerging technologies in sensor and data management (e.g. fibre optics, MEMS, computer vision, power harvesting, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), and Wireless Sensor Networks). These are coupled with emerging best practice in the form of the latest manufacturing and supply chain management approaches applied to construction and infrastructure (e.g. smart building components for life-cycle adaptive design, innovative manufacturing processes, integrated supply chain management, and smart management processes from building to city scales). It aims to develop completely new markets and to achieve breakthroughs in performance.
Considerable business opportunities will be created for construction companies, and for other industries such as IT, electronics and materials. The Centre is able to respond directly and systematically to the input received from industry partners on what is required to address critical issues. Through the close involvement of industry in technical development as well as in demonstrations in real construction projects, the commercialisation activities of emerging technologies can be progressed to a point where they can be licensed to industry.
The outputs of the Centre can provide the construction industry, infrastructure owners and operators with the means to ensure that very challenging new performance targets can be met. Furthermore breakthroughs will make the industry more efficient and hence more profitable. They can also give UK companies a competitive advantage in the increasingly global construction market.

Planned Impact

The total value of existing civil engineering works in the UK is £800 billion. It is estimated that the UK will need to spend in the region of £400 billion on new and refurbished infrastructure by 2020 in order to address historic underinvestment and speed the transition to a low carbon economy. Since infrastructure is a large part of the UK's assets, it is vital to the economy and to society that efficient management and maintenance of infrastructure should be an ongoing commitment. The construction industry accounts for a significant proportion of the national GDP and both government and industry have been pushing an agenda aimed at improving the efficiency and quality of delivery of all constructed facilities. In addition, the industry accounts for a significant proportion of greenhouse gas emissions, particularly as a result of cement and steel production, and an entirely new approach to optimal use of resources is needed and being demanded by the UK government. Radical changes in the construction industry are needed, leading to dramatic improvements in a wide range of key performance indicators for the industry, not least of which is productivity as well as competiveness for UK industry in a global market. The Centre aims to achieve the following impacts:
(a) Fostering scientific research in the application and adoption of emerging smart technologies to develop a new academic network in the area of Smart Infrastructure and Construction. (b) Systemisation, standardisation, and ultimately optimisation of construction processes. This will lead to a common systems architecture for construction, allowing transformation from 'one-off' projects to 'service oriented customisable construction factories' with clear commercial and economic benefit. (c) Creation of a 'living structure' which can be continually evaluated and thereby its performance and operation systematically assessed and improved over time. This will be done by constructing infrastructure composed of 'art' building blocks (eg embedded fibre optic sensors, MEMS sensors and RFID). (d) Reconsideration of infrastructure design and construction in order to provide maximal future proofing through reconfigurability. The need for flexibility in infrastructure systems stems from considerable uncertainty about the scale of cost of, and demand on, that infrastructure, in the light of technological developments as well as changing government policies, macro-economics, demographics, and social behaviour. (e) Quantification of the extent of ageing and the consequent remaining design life of UK infrastructure, using emerging technologies, so that the risk of systemic failure will be reduced and public services improved. Infrastructure owners, both in the public and private sectors, and operators will have the means to ensure that very challenging new performance targets can be met and large cost savings can be made to maintain such assets. (f) Development of new skilled work forces that will realize the step changes addressed in the proposal and will make the construction and infrastructure industry more efficient and hence more profitable. It seeks to reinvigorate the industry to adopt technologies and management methods that will rival other manufacturing sectors such as the aerospace and automotive industries. The construction and infrastructure industry will be more sustainable and competitive, thereby improving the environment, the economy and society in general.

Organisations

Publications

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Li H (2018) A social network of collaborating industrial assets in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part O: Journal of Risk and Reliability

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Li Z (2015) Long-term performance of cast-iron tunnel cross passage in London clay in Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology

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Li Z (2015) Behaviour of cast-iron bolted tunnels and their modelling in Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology

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Liang Z (2018) A Markovian model for power transformer maintenance in International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems

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Liang Z (2017) On fault propagation in deterioration of multi-component systems in Reliability Engineering & System Safety

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Ma M (2014) Understanding Beijing's Moving Urban Fringe through a Spatial Equilibrium Model in International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development

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Madabhushi S (2015) Accuracy of Distributed Optical Fiber Temperature Sensing for Use in Leak Detection of Subsea Pipelines in Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice

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Mahani K (2019) Joint Optimization of Operation and Maintenance Policies for Solar-Powered Microgrids in IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy

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Martani C (2016) Design with Uncertainty: The Role of Future Options for Infrastructure Integration Design with uncertainty in Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering

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Martani, C A new model for evaluating the future options of integrating ground source heat pumps in building construction in International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure, Vienna

 
Title Stand up comedy (PK) 
Description Phil Keenan our Business Development Manager did a solo stand up comedy performance at the renowned comedy sketch club evening 'The Bright Club' at the Portland Arms pub in Cambridge. The performance was about the CSIC Severn Trent fibre optic monitoring project. 
Type Of Art Performance (Music, Dance, Drama, etc) 
Year Produced 2015 
Impact Outreach to a broad audience in a humorous and accessible way 
 
Description CSIC's research has resulted in a range of outcomes which have delivered direct insights to assist in delivery of smart infrastructure and construction. These include:

• A robust and innovative Distributed Fibre Optic Sensing (DFOS) optical fibre installation technique for piles, retaining walls and tunnels which was used and refined in a series of case studies, providing important new insights into detailed microstrain soil-structure interaction mechanisms in large, complex civil engineering structures

• Development of a range of other sensing technologies for civil engineering applications, including photogrammetry, MEMS strain sensors, MEMS energy harvesting solutions,

• Use of developed sensing solutions to research behaviour of real infrastructure, including developing further fundamental research insights into challenges such as soil-structure interaction; behaviour and condition of ageing masonry structures; behaviour of tunnels and shafts;

• Tools for whole life, value based asset management, including futureproofing frameworks, decision support frameworks, machine learning solutions for assessing criticality and optimising maintenance strategies;

• Research into use of the ground to provide heating and cooling solutions at a district level, and the impacts of underground development on this; '3-dimensional' planning of the sub-surface.

We have also delivered outputs to enable exploitation of our research outputs by industry and funders. These include:

• Development of guidance and policy inputs including: 4 ICE Guidance Books https://bit.ly/2O2NmyY; Report for DfT on smart infrastructure https://bit.ly/2XVhRLA - this was picked up in DfT policy documents; Input to National Infrastructure Commission 'Data for the Public Good' report;

• Three monitoring/ sensing spinouts: 8Power; Utterberry; Epsimon

• Industry training courses: CSIC delivered several training courses to industry, including open courses and tailored courses at request. Attendees came from a wide range of contractors, consultants and asset owners

• CSIC staff have been invited to speak at industry-focussed conferences and meetings, including Ground Engineering, EcoBuild, National Infrastructure Forum, Institution of Civil Engineers.
Exploitation Route CSIC's work is already being implemented and taken forward, both within academia and outside.
The Phase 1 funding has resulted in further Phase 2 IKC funding (£5M), and in £5M of additional grant funding from a range of sources including EPSRC, Innovate UK, Horizon 2020 and industry funding.

CSIC's technologies have been deployed to monitor a range of infrastructure including Network Rail bridges and cuttings, tall building under construction, heritage assets subject to impact from new construction.

CSIC has been active in influencing policy. The Department for Transportation (DfT) commissioned a report from CSIC (https://bit.ly/2XVhRLA), and our work has been referenced by National Infrastructure Commission in, 'Data for the Public Good' December 2017, and the Infrastructure Projects Authority (IPA) Report 'Transforming Infrastructure Performance' Dec 2017.
Sectors Aerospace, Defence and Marine,Communities and Social Services/Policy,Construction,Digital/Communication/Information Technologies (including Software),Education,Electronics,Energy,Environment,Healthcare,Government, Democracy and Justice,Manufacturing, including Industrial Biotechology,Security and Diplomacy,Transport

URL http://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/
 
Description NOTE - Due to the wide scope of CSIC activities, only the briefest description can be given here. For further information please see our CSIC Annual Reviews and at our website http://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/news/newsletters. The engineering, management, maintenance and upgrading of infrastructure has required fresh thinking to minimise use of materials, energy and labour whilst still ensuring resilience. This can only be achieved by a full understanding of the performance of the infrastructure, both during its construction and throughout its design life, through the application of innovative sensor technologies and other emerging technologies. The key aim of CSIC is to transform the construction industry through a whole-life approach to achieving sustainability in construction and infrastructure in an integrated way, employing emerging technologies from world-leading research at Cambridge. This covers: design and commissioning, the construction process, exploitation and use, and eventual de-commissioning Crucial elements of these emerging technologies are the innovative application of the latest sensor technologies, data management tools, manufacturing processes and supply chain management processes to the construction industry, both during infrastructure construction and throughout its design life. CSIC has sought to integrate these innovations for exploitation and knowledge transfer - something which was new to the UK construction and infrastructure industry. CSIC work in development of sensor systems, use of the resultant data to understand the behaviour of structures, and work on improving value-based asset management approaches in construction and infrastructure, over the last 7 years (and some founding research preceding this), has led to the following impacts to industry: • development of robust sensing systems which have been deployed by industry including development of Fibre Optic Strain and Temperature Sensing including 'industry ready' solutions that can be deployed by on-site operatives, leading to Skanska, with substantial investment, setting up their own fibre optic sensing unit, CEMOPTICS • deployment of such sensing systems on a range of real construction and infrastructure projects has led to substantial savings and opportunities to do things differently. These include CSIC's project at Bevis Marks and St Mary Abchurch, where the deployment of the systems saved £6M (Bevis Marks) and over £1M (St Mary Abchurch), and led to wider benefits such as carbon savings (Bevis Marks and St Mary Abchurch) and preservation of a significant heritage asset in the heart of London (St Mary Abchurch) • a broad range of other monitoring deployments by industry including: monitoring of 150 year old operational structures by Network Rail (in collaboration with contractors and consultants e.g. Laing O Rourke, Aecom, Arup, Costain); monitoring of heritage assets by Dragados during the Bank station capacity upgrade works; monitoring of axial shortening in a tall building (Principle Tower). • as a result of the research and demonstration activities of CSIC, we have had direct input to a number of industry standards for deployment and use of sensors and resultant data in infrastructure and construction projects including input to ASTM fibre optic standards and inclusion of Fibre Optic Strain Sensing as a preferred method for monitoring pile load tests in the ICE Specification for piling and embedded retaining walls. • development of asset management theories and frameworks has led to a substantial change in the industry's approach to use and curation of actual data (as generated by the above sensors systems and other systems). Frameworks developed during CSIC work are now being deployed actively by industry partners, including Mott McDonald adopting the BIM maturity assessment tool (BMAT), and discussions with industry on wider adoption of BMAT As well as individual success cited above, there has been systemic influence of the combined CSIC outputs, both on industry practice and government policy. This is evidenced in our reports being specifically referenced by government (NIC and IPA) in calls for evidence and policy papers, and by National Infrastructure Commission in their 'Data for the Public Good' report, which led to the setting up of a national Digital Framework Task Group to deliver on the NIC's recommendations to government (and which Parlikad and Schooling remain closely involved with). Highways England has invested in an innovation project on Embedded Asset Sensing, which will evaluate and demonstrate different sensing solutions as part of the 'Smart Motorways' project, to improve condition monitoring on highways. This is currently in the 'Discover' phase, but will have completed its 'Develop' and possibly some 'Demonstrate' phases before REF submission. Total investment by HE in this programme of work is likely to be upwards of £500K before the REF deadline. We have further examples of CSIC being called in to advise industry when they have been unable to get solutions from existing industry practice. Many of these are confidential and cannot be referenced here. Aa an example CSIC has been employing new technologies for Network Rail to ameliorate concerns that a mainline route may be closed by rock falls when no mainstream monitoring technology has proved successful.
Sector Construction,Digital/Communication/Information Technologies (including Software),Education,Energy,Environment,Government, Democracy and Justice,Manufacturing, including Industrial Biotechology,Culture, Heritage, Museums and Collections,Transport,Other
 
Description APESS - CK
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description Acikgoz, S. Presenting research to Members of Parliament as a part of SET 2016
Geographic Reach Europe 
Policy Influence Type Implementation circular/rapid advice/letter to e.g. Ministry of Health
 
Description As Chairman of the Department of Transport's Science Advisory Council, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Department of Transport policy on Artificial Intelligence in Transport
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As Chairman of the Department of Transport's Science Advisory Council, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Department of Transport policy on Autonomous Vehicles
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As Chairman of the Department of Transport's Science Advisory Council, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Department of Transport policy on Future of Flight
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As Chairman of the Department of Transport's Science Advisory Council, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Department of Transport policy on Future of Mobility
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As Chairman of the Department of Transport's Science Advisory Council, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Department of Transport policy on Hyperloop
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As Chairman of the Department of Transport's Science Advisory Council, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Department of Transport policy on Transport Infrastructure Efficiency Strategy
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As Head of CSIC responsible for producing Guidelines for Department of Transport on Condition Monitoring and Intelligent Infrastructure Professor Lord Robert Mair has Influenced systematic reviews, guidelines and policy documents
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As a member of the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Government policy on the following topic (through publication of reports): Nuclear Research and Technology (published May 2017)
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description As a member of the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology, Professor Lord Robert Mair has influenced Government policy on the following topic: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (published March 2017)
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description Assistance and Membership of British Standards Institute
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guidance committee
 
Description BSI B/555 CB5 Strategic Planning Committee - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description BSI B/555 Committee on Design, Construction & Operational Data & Process Management for the Built Environment - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description Best practice guides - contract with Institution of Civil Engineers for 6 publications on best practice due for publication in mid-late 2016
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description CSIC Annual Review 2014
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
URL https://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/CSIC_Annual_Review2014smlr.pdf/view
 
Description CSIC Annual Review 2015
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
URL https://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/CSIC-Annual-Review-2015/view
 
Description CSIC Annual Review 2016
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
URL https://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/csic-annual-review-2016/view
 
Description CSIC Annual Review 2017
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
URL https://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/news-and-events/newsletters/csic-annual-review-2017-no...
 
Description CSIC Annual Review 2018
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
URL https://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/news-and-events/csic-annual-review-2018-now-online
 
Description CSIC hosted the workshop on Smart Infrastructure for the DFT Scientific Advisory Committee and DFT Agencies
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Implementation circular/rapid advice/letter to e.g. Ministry of Health
 
Description Chairman of the Department of Transport's Science Advisory Council
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description Collaboratory knowledge sharing with the Department for Business Innovation and Skills
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description DFOS training - CK
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description DOFS CERN short course / training CK
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description DOFS sensing short course - CK
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description Digital Catapult Crossrail PitStop - invited speaker - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description Digital Transformation Task Group - JMS
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description FBb sensing short course/training CK
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description H2020 short course / training CK
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description Highways England Innovation workshop - invited participant - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description ICE Asset Management 2015 conference - invited speaker - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description ICE Council annual strategy meeting - invited speaker and participant JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description ICE Triennial Summit - invited speaker - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a national consultation
 
Description ISO TC59 SC13 Organization and digitization of information about buildings and civil engineering works - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description IStructE Invited speaker - international conference
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description Innovate UK Innovate 15 - invited speaker - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description KTN Built evironment advisory board - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description Maria Scott technical training CK
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description Member of UK Treasury's Infrastructure UK Cost Review Panel
Geographic Reach Local/Municipal/Regional 
Policy Influence Type Participation in advisory committee
Impact New insights into factors influencing costs and efficiency in the construction sector
 
Description Member of the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology - Offsite Manufacture in Construction - Building for Change Report
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
Impact A report published by the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, Off-site Manufacture for construction: building for change, says that off-site manufacture (OSM) can help to increase productivity in the construction sector while reducing labour demands, improving the quality and efficiency of buildings, and reducing the environmental impacts associated with traditional construction.
URL https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201719/ldselect/ldsctech/169/16902.htm
 
Description Ove Arup Foundation Steering workshop - invited participant JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description Professor Lord Robert Mair is Chairman of the Science Advisory Council of the Department of Transport
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description Professor Lord Robert Mair is a Member of House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description Professor Lord Robert Mair is a Member of the National Infrastructure Commission Expert Advisory Technical Group
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
Impact See above
 
Description RJM Chair of the Department for Transport Scientific Advisory Committee
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Membership of a guideline committee
 
Description Skanska Deployment team Raman course
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description Tideway Tideway Academic Advisory Meeting - JMS
Geographic Reach Multiple continents/international 
Policy Influence Type Participation in a advisory committee
 
Description Training and Educational Developments, 4 courses in: (Costain bespoke) Distributed Fibre Optic Sensing for Structural Health Monitoring, DFOS open, Horizon2020 and Fibre Bragg Grating Optical Sensing for Structural Health Monitoring
Geographic Reach National 
Policy Influence Type Influenced training of practitioners or researchers
 
Description CIG: Automated As-Built Modelling of the Built Infrastructure
Amount € 100,000 (EUR)
Funding ID 334241 
Organisation Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions 
Sector Academic/University
Country Global
Start 09/2013 
End 08/2017
 
Description Computer Vision Automated Productivity Measurement
Amount £85,624 (GBP)
Funding ID 1365023 
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 10/2013 
End 09/2017
 
Description EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account Follow-on Fund
Amount £59,912 (GBP)
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 04/2016 
End 03/2017
 
Description Energy harvesting for autonomous sensing
Amount £112,922 (GBP)
Organisation Innovate UK 
Sector Public
Country United Kingdom
Start 09/2013 
End 02/2015
 
Description Facebook for Machines (EPSRC Institutional Support Grant) - AKNP
Amount £10,000 (GBP)
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 11/2016 
 
Description IHI Japan
Amount £28,904 (GBP)
Organisation IHI Corporation 
Sector Private
Country Japan
Start 09/2015 
End 03/2016
 
Description Impact Acceleration Account
Amount £49,284 (GBP)
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 01/2015 
End 09/2015
 
Description Impact Acceleration Account
Amount £59,916 (GBP)
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 01/2015 
End 09/2015
 
Description Industrial Case Award
Amount £48,000 (GBP)
Organisation RolaTube 
Sector Private
Country United Kingdom
Start 10/2015 
End 04/2019
 
Description Industrial Case Award
Amount £24,000 (GBP)
Organisation CH2M HILL 
Sector Private
Country United States
Start 10/2013 
End 04/2017
 
Description Industry Input
Amount £762,019 (GBP)
Organisation British Gas 
Sector Private
Country United Kingdom
Start 10/2015 
End 09/2021
 
Description Innovate UK call - Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Sensing
Amount £126,554 (GBP)
Organisation Innovate UK 
Sector Public
Country United Kingdom
Start 05/2015 
End 04/2017
 
Description Junior Research Fellowship - MSA
Amount £90,000 (GBP)
Organisation University of Cambridge 
Department Clare Hall
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 10/2017 
 
Description Managing Air for Green Inner Cities (MAGIC) - YJ
Amount £4,000,000 (GBP)
Funding ID EP/N010221/1 
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 06/2016 
 
Description Novel applications of structural equation models for car ownership and travel choice forecasting (PI) - YJ
Amount £25,000 (GBP)
Organisation Department of Transport 
Sector Public
Country United Kingdom
Start 10/2016 
 
Description Patraucean, V. Travel award to attend the International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2015
Amount € 1,000 (EUR)
Organisation University of Thessaly 
Sector Academic/University
Country Greece
Start 01/2015 
End 01/2016
 
Description Phase Two of the SPECIFIC and CSIC Innovation and Knowledge Centres
Amount £1,328,464 (GBP)
Funding ID EP/N021614/1 
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 04/2016 
End 03/2021
 
Description Phase Two of the SPECIFIC and CSIC Innovation and Knowledge Centres
Amount £2,499,396 (GBP)
Funding ID 920035 
Organisation Innovate UK 
Sector Public
Country United Kingdom
Start 04/2015 
End 03/2021
 
Description Poverty in Chinese Cities: application of new data analytics (PI) YJ
Amount £126,000 (GBP)
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 09/2016 
 
Description Small Partnership Awards - RC
Amount £20,000 (GBP)
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 10/2016 
 
Description UK Centre for Digital Build Britain
Amount £81,518 (GBP)
Organisation University of Cambridge 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 10/2018 
End 07/2019
 
Description Urban Scale Building Energy Network
Amount £28,868 (GBP)
Organisation Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) 
Sector Academic/University
Country United Kingdom
Start 09/2014 
End 08/2015
 
Description alan turing institute
Amount £364,503 (GBP)
Organisation Alan Turing Institute 
Sector Academic/University
Country Unknown
Start 10/2018 
End 09/2021
 
Title Advanced soil models to be incorporated into commercially available software Extended Saniclay model in Abaqus - Samila Bandara 
Description Advanced soil models to be incorporated into commercially available software Extended Saniclay model in Abaqus 
Type Of Material Improvements to research infrastructure 
Year Produced 2017 
Provided To Others? No  
Impact Advanced soil models to be incorporated into commercially available software Extended Saniclay model in Abaqus 
 
Title BIM Maturity Assessment Tool 
Description CSIC's BIM Maturity Assessment Tool (BMAT), initially developed in 2017, uses established performance measurement practices, BIM literature, and other relevant standards, to build and expand on previous BIM assessment tools. Consisting of two major parts -measurement of the organisation's BIM development maturity and measurement of the supporting processes - the tool provides a separate assessment of the different stakeholders (contractor, designer and employer), and is designed to be used as a continuous performance measurement tool that can be employed to track the evolution of BIM maturity throughout the construction phase through to handover. The Excel-based tool is designed to be user friendly and adaptable to the needs of individual organisations and projects. Limited testing of the tool was successful but more case studies were needed for validation. Secondment project - BIM Maturity Assessment Tool - This aim of the secondment project was to ensure the tool complies with all of the applicable standards, to validate the tool through five additional cross-sector case studies and to ensure its appropriateness for Level 2 BIM maturity assessments. Also, the tool required future-proofing for extension beyond Level 2. In order to develop the tool and make it effective and useful to industry, diverse case studies were identified from a range of sectors (water, railways, highways, and nuclear) and various stages in the project delivery cycle (design, construction and handover) as well as different contract types (e.g. traditional, and, design and build). The updated tool is structured to ask the right questions of the user depending on the stage of the Information Delivery Cycle (IDC) and which stakeholders are involved. The tool is designed to reveal how well the asset owner has defined the asset information requirements and how well the different project stakeholders have defined their approach to develop these requirements for both the BIM Execution Plan (BEP) and the Master Information Delivery Plan (MIDP). The tool enables clarity on who owns the data, who owns the common data environment, and who will take responsibility for the Asset Information Model (AIM) upon handover. Questions are asked about competency and information production, which standards have been applied, how to measure the quality of data used, and how the different stakeholders collaborate. The tool is designed to be extended further. Plans include testing additional case studies and improving the weighting system and interdependencies between the various BIM elements, as well as the development of a web-based version which will enable widely processing and disseminating maturity assessment results across the country. 
Type Of Material Improvements to research infrastructure 
Year Produced 2018 
Provided To Others? Yes  
Impact CSIC's BIM Maturity Assessment Tool (BMAT), initially developed in 2017, uses established performance measurement practices, BIM literature, and other relevant standards, to build and expand on previous BIM assessment tools. Consisting of two major parts -measurement of the organisation's BIM development maturity and measurement of the supporting processes - the tool provides a separate assessment of the different stakeholders (contractor, designer and employer), and is designed to be used as a continuous performance measurement tool that can be employed to track the evolution of BIM maturity throughout the construction phase through to handover. The Excel-based tool is designed to be user friendly and adaptable to the needs of individual organisations and projects. Limited testing of the tool was successful but more case studies were needed for validation. 
 
Title Information Future-proofing Assessment Approach - TM 
Description Information Future-proofing Assessment Approach along with case studies of bridges and structures portfolio [Hertfordshire County Council] and a university department building [University of Cambridge], http://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/information-futureproofing [presentation from 9/2015]. 
Type Of Material Improvements to research infrastructure 
Provided To Others? No  
Impact Information Future-proofing Assessment Approach along with case studies of bridges and structures portfolio [Hertfordshire County Council] and a university department building [University of Cambridge], http://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/information-futureproofing [presentation from 9/2015]. 
URL http://www.smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/information-futureproofing
 
Title Infrastructure Future-proofing Assessment Approach - TM 
Description Infrastructure Future-proofing Assessment Approach along with case studies of capacity upgrade projects of London Underground and Costain, http://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/infrastructure-futureproofing [presentation from 9/2015] 
Type Of Material Improvements to research infrastructure 
Provided To Others? No  
Impact Infrastructure Future-proofing Assessment Approach along with case studies of capacity upgrade projects of London Underground and Costain, http://www-smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/infrastructure-futureproofing [presentation from 9/2015] 
URL http://www.smartinfrastructure.eng.cam.ac.uk/files/infrastructure-futureproofing
 
Title Infrastructure Future-proofing Framework - TM 
Description Infrastructure Future-proofing Framework along with case studies of Dawlish Railway and Heathrow Airport (1/2016) [link to http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/jinam.15.00006 
Type Of Material Improvements to research infrastructure 
Provided To Others? No  
Impact Infrastructure Future-proofing Framework along with case studies of Dawlish Railway and Heathrow Airport (1/2016) [link to http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/jinam.15.00006]. 
 
Title Monitoring axial shortening 
Description CSIC has developed a novel application of distributed fibre optic sensors (DFOS) to continuously measure the progressive axial shortening of reinforced concrete columns and walls during the construction of high-rise buildings. 
Type Of Material Improvements to research infrastructure 
Year Produced 2018 
Provided To Others? Yes  
Impact The data acquired to date provide the shortening time histories of the instrumented elements with unprecedented detail and at an unprecedented temporal density. This information has been used to demonstrate how an element's shortening is affected by its profile and stiffness, with smaller and less stiff elements shortening more. The continuous data also show that transient thermal effects can play a significant role in axial shortening, at times accounting for as much as 50 per cent of the total deformation. This is particularly significant as shortening predictions prior to construction do not take into account such thermal effects. CSIC's FO monitoring system also makes it possible to observe the effects of occasional and unexpected events - such as an incident of abrupt loading - which could not be observed with periodic or occasional measurements. 
 
Title Predictive Maintenance Model 
Description CSIC researchers have developed a methodology to help asset managers to determine the most optimal timing for interventions on their bridge portfolio in a predictive manner. As maintenance budgets for bridge systems are squeezed, many necessary maintenance activities are delayed or cancelled. Retaining an appropriate level of service and safety for an infrastructure network has become a challenging issue and there is pressing need for a smart asset management approach for road bridges. The structure of the overall approach is composed of five interconnected models: deterioration model; lifecycle cost model; predictive maintenance; group maintenance; and maintenance scheduling model (Figure 2). The deterioration model is formulated for each component of the bridges based on the information from the Structures Asset Management Planning Toolkit, general inspection, and other theoretical models. The predictability of the maintenance model enables proactive grouping of maintenance activities at different timings to reduce add-on costs such as the cost of preliminaries, traffic management and design. These add-on costs can be up to 80 per cent of the cost of repairs that are carried out at the same time. Finally, a designed to be meaningful and supports asset management planning and business case development for the asset owner, as well as the interface between the Structures Asset Management Toolkit and asset management systems to allow asset data input to be automated. The tool is designed to be used for any type of bridge from footbridges to motorway bridges. It has been tested and demonstrated using real industry data and dependencies and, constraints have been tested to enable scenario planning. To develop the CISC toolkit, data including deterioration rates and maintenance costs were extracted from the 2015 update of the Structures Asset Management Toolkit Documentation published by the Department for Transport. This data is different from the current version of the DfT Strcutures Asset Management Toolkit released in 2017. Therefore, it is difficult to compare the CSIC toolkit results against the DfT toolkit. The latest data are required in order to secure more accurate results and also validate the outcome of the CSIC toolkit. The available tools in the market have a time-dependent strategy based on experience. The CSIC tool is the first to provide a strategy based on data using a mathematical model to reduce the maintenance costs and improve the safety of bridges at the same time; the CSIC tool introduces a cost and safety dependent maintenance strategy. The tool can be used for a wide range of applications within the infrastructure sector. The next step is to make the tool adaptable for different types of assets such as tunnels, retaining walls, and earthworks. Our secondment programme offers benefits to all stakeholders. Secondees bring new skills, projects and challenges to CSIC that help to develop emerging tools and technologies for industry use. The secondees gain a deep understanding of innovations which they can apply for the direct benefit of their own companies/organisations. 
Type Of Material Improvements to research infrastructure 
Year Produced 2018 
Provided To Others? Yes  
Impact CSIC researchers have developed a methodology to help asset managers to determine the most optimal timing for interventions on their bridge portfolio in a predictive manner. As maintenance budgets for bridge systems are squeezed, many necessary maintenance activities are delayed or cancelled. Retaining an appropriate level of service and safety for an infrastructure network has become a challenging issue and there is pressing need for a smart asset management approach for road bridges. The structure of the overall approach is composed of five interconnected models: deterioration model; lifecycle cost model; predictive maintenance; group maintenance; and maintenance scheduling model (Figure 2). The deterioration model is formulated for each component of the bridges based on the information from the Structures Asset Management Planning Toolkit, general inspection, and other theoretical models. The predictability of the maintenance model enables proactive grouping of maintenance activities at different timings to reduce add-on costs such as the cost of preliminaries, traffic management and design. These add-on costs can be up to 80 per cent of the cost of repairs that are carried out at the same time. Finally, a designed to be meaningful and supports asset management planning and business case development for the asset owner, as well as the interface between the Structures Asset Management Toolkit and asset management systems to allow asset data input to be automated. The tool is designed to be used for any type of bridge from footbridges to motorway bridges. It has been tested and demonstrated using real industry data and dependencies and, constraints have been tested to enable scenario planning. 
 
Title CSIC Fibre-Optics Data Analysis Dashboard 
Description The construction and infrastructure industries grapple with huge volumes of data (big data), when attempting to monitor the structural health of their infrastructure. CSIC is producing a Fibre-Optics Data Analysis Dashboard to assist the industries in quickly and efficiently assessing huge volumes of data for the key message. 
Type Of Material Data analysis technique 
Provided To Others? No  
Impact The CSIC FODA Dashboard is still in the Research and Development phase, with CSIC's Industry Partners providing vital sites and data, as well as industry feedback as the dashboard develops. 
 
Title Data set related to the publication: "Structural performance monitoring using a dynamic data-driven BIM environment" 
Description The data was collected for the ME01 project being carried out in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge under EPSRC grant no. EP/L010917/1 The ME01 project is a fibre optic instrumentation and dynamic monitoring programme at Norton Bridge, UK, part of the Stafford Area Improvements Programme. The strain data was collected using fibre optic monitoring technologies based on fibre Bragg gratings. 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2018 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Title Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge - QL 
Description Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models. A point cloud model for west Cambridge site and a point cloud model for IfM building. 
Type Of Material Computer model/algorithm 
Year Produced 2018 
Provided To Others? No  
Impact Basis for further work 
 
Title Principal Tower axial shortening L0-16: Research data supporting "Monitoring the axial displacement of a high-rise building under construction using embedded distributed fibre optic sensors" 
Description Axial displacement of columns C8 and C9 and walls W1 and W2 at Principal Tower (London, UK) measured between mid-October 2016 and end March 2017 from levels 0 to 16. 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2017 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Title Principal Tower column axial shortening L0-4 
Description Axial displacement of columns C8 and C9 at Principal Tower (London, UK) measured between mid-October and mid-December 2016 from levels 0 to 4. 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2017 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Title Research data supporting "A Handheld Diagnostic System for 6LoWPAN Networks" 
Description This data consists of Contiki OS/Cooja simulation files to conduct experiments based on previously obtained diagnostic data from a six-month-long deployment on a construction site, specifically on a new Crossrail Station in Paddington, London. Accompanying these files are the scripts and data used to generate the figures presented in the paper. This research data supports "A Handheld Diagnostic System for 6LoWPAN Networks" which will be published in "13th Wireless On-demand Network systems and Services Conference (WONS 2017)" 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2016 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Title Research data supporting "Dynamic response of a damaged masonry rail viaduct: Measurement and interpretation" 
Description Dataset includes fibre-optic data and photogrammetry data collected at Marsh Lane Viaduct in Leeds, UK. 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2018 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Title Research data supporting "Evaluation of the response of a vaulted masonry structure to differential settlements using point cloud data and limit analyses" 
Description Raw data, processing algorithms and paper figure data 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2017 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Title Research data supporting "Sensing dynamic displacements in masonry rail bridges using 2D digital image correlation" 
Description Key figures (in MATLAB .fig format) from the publication "Sensing dynamic displacements in masonry rail bridges using 2D digital image correlation". 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2018 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Title Research data supporting: Robust fibre optic sensor arrays for monitoring the early-age behaviour of mass-produced concrete sleepers 
Description Research data supporting the above noted publication. 
Type Of Material Database/Collection of data 
Year Produced 2017 
Provided To Others? Yes  
 
Description 1 Field Deployment for Industry Partner: Trinity Hall 
Organisation University of Cambridge
Department Trinity Hall, Cambridge
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Trinity Hall, Cambridge - Basement excavation
Collaborator Contribution Trinity Hall, Cambridge - Basement excavation
Impact Trinity Hall, Cambridge - Basement excavation
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment for Industry Partner: United Utilities 
Organisation United Utilities Group PLC
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution United Utilities, Manchester, Secant pile wall
Collaborator Contribution United Utilities, Manchester, Secant pile wall
Impact United Utilities, Manchester, Secant pile wall
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment for Industry Partner: Victoria and Albert Museum 
Organisation Victoria and Albert Museum
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London - Tension piles
Collaborator Contribution Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London - Tension piles
Impact Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London - Tension piles
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment for Industry Partner: Wood Wharf pile tests 
Organisation Canary Wharf Group
Department Wood Wharf
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Wood Wharf pile tests - Wood Wharf, Canary Wharf, London - 5 piles
Collaborator Contribution Wood Wharf pile tests - Wood Wharf, Canary Wharf, London - 5 piles
Impact Wood Wharf pile tests - Wood Wharf, Canary Wharf, London - 5 piles
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partner: National Rail 
Organisation National Railway Museum
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution Leeds Masonry arch
Collaborator Contribution Leeds masonry arch
Impact Leeds masonry arch
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partner: Newfoundland Development 
Organisation Newfoundland Development
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Newfoundland Development, Canary Wharf, London - Piles - O - Cell test
Collaborator Contribution Newfoundland Development, Canary Wharf, London - Piles - O - Cell test
Impact Newfoundland Development, Canary Wharf, London - Piles - O - Cell test
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partner: Papworth Hospital 
Organisation Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Papworth Hospital, Cambridge - Geothermal boreholes
Collaborator Contribution Papworth Hospital, Cambridge - Geothermal boreholes
Impact Papworth Hospital, Cambridge - Geothermal boreholes
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partner: Severn Trent Water 
Organisation Severn Trent Water
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Severn Trent Water - midlands - Sewer
Collaborator Contribution Severn Trent Water - midlands - Sewer
Impact Severn Trent Water - midlands - Sewer
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partner: Shell Centre 
Organisation Shell Centre
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Shell Centre, London - Geothermal piles
Collaborator Contribution Shell Centre, London - Geothermal piles
Impact Shell Centre, London - Geothermal piles
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partner: University of Cambridge 
Organisation University of Cambridge
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution Lab work
Collaborator Contribution Lab work
Impact Lab work
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partner: itmsoil 
Organisation Itmsoil
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Tunnel ring
Collaborator Contribution Tunnel ring
Impact Tunnel ring
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployment with Industry Partners: Grafham Water reservoir 
Organisation Grafham Water Reservoir
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Roof composite slab
Collaborator Contribution Roof composite slab
Impact Roof composite slab
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployments with Industry Partner: Farringdon station, London 
Organisation Farringdon Station
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Piles - 0 - cell test
Collaborator Contribution Piles - 0 - cell test
Impact Piles - 0 - cell test
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployments with Industry Partner: National Grid, London 
Organisation The National Grid Co plc
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Eade Road, London - precast concrete tunnel segments
Collaborator Contribution Eade Road, London - precast concrete tunnel segments
Impact Eade Road, London - precast concrete tunnel segments
Start Year 2014
 
Description 1 Field Deployments with Industry Partners: Gwynedd CC, North Wales Roads 
Organisation Gwynedd Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Pen Y Clip Brazil wall
Collaborator Contribution Pen Y Clip Brazil wall
Impact Pen Y Clip Brazil wall
Start Year 2014
 
Description 2 Field deployments with Industry Partner: Network Rail 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution 1. Stafford Area Improvement - Norton Bridge junction (Staffordshire Alliance) - Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete) 2. Stafford Area Improvement - Norton Bridge junction (Staffordshire Alliance) - Bridges I/B 5 ('E'-type' steel)
Collaborator Contribution 1. Stafford Area Improvement - Norton Bridge junction (Staffordshire Alliance) - Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete) 2. Stafford Area Improvement - Norton Bridge junction (Staffordshire Alliance) - Bridges I/B 5 ('E'-type' steel)
Impact 1. Stafford Area Improvement - Norton Bridge junction (Staffordshire Alliance) - Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete) 2. Stafford Area Improvement - Norton Bridge junction (Staffordshire Alliance) - Bridges I/B 5 ('E'-type' steel)
Start Year 2014
 
Description 3 Field Deployments with Industry Partners: James Dyson and University of Cambridge 
Organisation University of Cambridge
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution 1. Piles 2. Columns, beams and slabs 3. Building scanning
Collaborator Contribution 1. Piles 2. Columns, beams and slabs 3. Building scanning
Impact 1. Piles 2. Columns, beams and slabs 3. Building scanning
Start Year 2014
 
Description 4 Field Deployments with Industry Partners: CERN 
Organisation European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Department CERN - Other
Country Switzerland 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution 1. Concrete tunnels - section 1 2. Concrete tunnels - section 2 and I-beams 3. Concrete tunnels - Atlas section 4. Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Collaborator Contribution 1. Concrete tunnels - section 1 2. Concrete tunnels - section 2 and I-beams 3. Concrete tunnels - Atlas section 4. Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Impact 1. Concrete tunnels - section 1 2. Concrete tunnels - section 2 and I-beams 3. Concrete tunnels - Atlas section 4. Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Start Year 2014
 
Description 4 Field Deployments with Industry Partners: Crossrail 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution 1. Paddington Station, London, D-wall 2. Paddington Station, London, D-wall 3. Thames Tunnel, Plumstead, N.Woolwich, precast concrete tunnel segments 4. Liverpool Street Station, London, sprayed concrete lining in CH5
Collaborator Contribution 1. Paddington Station, London, D-wall 2. Paddington Station, London, D-wall 3. Thames Tunnel, Plumstead, N.Woolwich, precast concrete tunnel segments 4. Liverpool Street Station, London, sprayed concrete lining in CH5
Impact 1. Paddington Station, London, D-wall 2. Paddington Station, London, D-wall 3. Thames Tunnel, Plumstead, N.Woolwich, precast concrete tunnel segments 4. Liverpool Street Station, London, sprayed concrete lining in CH5
Start Year 2014
 
Description 4 Field Deployments with Industry Partners: London Underground 
Organisation Transport for London
Department London Underground
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution 1. Victoria station, London - deployment - Smartplank 2. Tottenham Court Road Station, London - deployment - cast iron tunnel segments 3. Central Line, Liverpool Street Station, London - deployment - escalator barrel 4. Moorgate Station, London - deployment - precast concrete tunnel segments
Collaborator Contribution 1. Victoria station, London - deployment - Smartplank 2. Tottenham Court Road Station, London - deployment - cast iron tunnel segments 3. Central Line, Liverpool Street Station, London - deployment - escalator barrel 4. Moorgate Station, London - deployment - precast concrete tunnel segments
Impact 1. Victoria station, London - deployment - Smartplank 2. Tottenham Court Road Station, London - deployment - cast iron tunnel segments 3. Central Line, Liverpool Street Station, London - deployment - escalator barrel 4. Moorgate Station, London - deployment - precast concrete tunnel segments
Start Year 2014
 
Description 6 Field Deployments with Industry Partner: London Bridge Station 
Organisation HCA Hospitals
Department London Bridge Hospital
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Hospitals 
PI Contribution 1. Masonry Arch E951 2. Composite beam F2 3. Various structural and non structural components 4. Buttress walls P25 5. Various 6. Construction noise
Collaborator Contribution 1. Masonry Arch E951 2. Composite beam F2 3. Various structural and non structural components 4. Buttress walls P25 5. Various 6. Construction noise
Impact 1. Masonry Arch E951 2. Composite beam F2 3. Various structural and non structural components 4. Buttress walls P25 5. Various 6. Construction noise
Start Year 2014
 
Description 8 Power 
Organisation 8 Power Ltd
PI Contribution Translating technologies on energy harvesting and low-power sensors
Collaborator Contribution Translating technologies on energy harvesting and low-power sensors
Impact Translating technologies on energy harvesting and low-power sensors
Start Year 2016
 
Description 8 Power - PRAF 
Organisation 8 Power Ltd
PI Contribution Innovate UK First-Of-A-Kind Project - Phase I (JMS, DRH, PRAF)
Collaborator Contribution Innovate UK First-Of-A-Kind Project - Phase I (JMS, DRH, PRAF)
Impact Innovate UK First-Of-A-Kind Project - Phase I (JMS, DRH, PRAF)
Start Year 2016
 
Description ARUP - MJD 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Worked closely analysing monitoring data for masonry structures above the Crossrail tunnels
Collaborator Contribution Worked closely analysing monitoring data for masonry structures above the Crossrail tunnels
Impact Worked closely analysing monitoring data for masonry structures above the Crossrail tunnels
Start Year 2014
 
Description ARUP development of strategies and implementation of sensing in piles -JMS 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution development of strategies and implementation of sensing in piles
Collaborator Contribution development of strategies and implementation of sensing in piles
Impact development of strategies and implementation of sensing in piles
Start Year 2016
 
Description Abbey Mills Shaft F 
Organisation Thames Water Utilities Limited
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Instrumentation scheme for Abbey Mills Shaft F - conventional instrumentation and fibre optic instrumentation
Collaborator Contribution Cash contribution and in-kind contribution. In addition, Thames Water paid for a comprehensive monitoring scheme around Shaft F worth more than £1m.
Impact A significantly better understanding of ground movements around shafts has been gained. This enabled Thames Water to use the information for the Thames Tideway Scheme currently underway. The project was awarded the ICE Fleming Award
Start Year 2012
 
Description Acikgoz, S. Established effective partnership with Topcon 
Organisation Topcon
Country Japan 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Resulted in acquisition of IS-3 and GLS-2000 devices at a significantly reduced rate (10K instead of 75K)
Collaborator Contribution Resulted in acquisition of IS-3 and GLS-2000 devices at a significantly reduced rate (10K instead of 75K)
Impact Resulted in acquisition of IS-3 and GLS-2000 devices at a significantly reduced rate (10K instead of 75K)
Start Year 2014
 
Description Acikgoz, S. Established new partnership with Network Rail in the area of assessment of existing masonry structures 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Established new partnership with Network Rail in the area of assessment of existing masonry structures
Collaborator Contribution Established new partnership with Network Rail in the area of assessment of existing masonry structures
Impact Established new partnership with Network Rail in the area of assessment of existing masonry structures
Start Year 2014
 
Description Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands - ES 
Organisation Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
PI Contribution Shadow EU-Summit: managing cities of tomorrow
Collaborator Contribution Shadow EU-Summit: managing cities of tomorrow
Impact Shadow EU-Summit: managing cities of tomorrow
Start Year 2016
 
Description Anglian Water - AKNP 
Organisation Anglian Water Services
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Asset Management
Collaborator Contribution Asset Management
Impact Asset Management
Start Year 2016
 
Description Anglian Water - CK 
Organisation Anglian Water Services
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Grafham Water reservoir, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Roof composite slab
Collaborator Contribution Grafham Water reservoir, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Roof composite slab
Impact Grafham Water reservoir, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Roof composite slab
Start Year 2016
 
Description Anglian Water - PTK 
Organisation Anglian Water Services
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Grafham Water
Collaborator Contribution Grafham Water
Impact Grafham Water
Start Year 2015
 
Description Anglian Water - PTK 
Organisation Anglian Water Services
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Newmarket Shopwindow
Collaborator Contribution Newmarket Shopwindow
Impact Newmarket Shopwindow
Start Year 2016
 
Description Arup 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Development of strategies and implementation of sensing in piles.
Collaborator Contribution Development of strategies and implementation of sensing in piles.
Impact Development of strategies and implementation of sensing in piles.
Start Year 2015
 
Description Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Bank Street, London, 1 pile test
Collaborator Contribution Bank Street, London, 1 pile test
Impact Bank Street, London, 1 pile test
Start Year 2015
 
Description Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London, Tension piles
Collaborator Contribution Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London, Tension piles
Impact Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London, Tension piles
Start Year 2015
 
Description Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Thermal pile monitoring, Shell Centre
Collaborator Contribution Thermal pile monitoring, Shell Centre
Impact Thermal pile monitoring, Shell Centre
Start Year 2015
 
Description Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution South Bank, London, 3 pile tests
Collaborator Contribution South Bank, London, 3 pile tests
Impact South Bank, London, 3 pile tests
Start Year 2016
 
Description Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Newfoundland development, Piles - O-cell test
Collaborator Contribution Newfoundland development, Piles - O-cell test
Impact Newfoundland development, Piles - O-cell test
Start Year 2015
 
Description Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Wood Wharf, London, 5 pile tests
Collaborator Contribution Wood Wharf, London, 5 pile tests
Impact Wood Wharf, London, 5 pile tests
Start Year 2015
 
Description Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution East Village, Stratford, London, 2 pile tests
Collaborator Contribution East Village, Stratford, London, 2 pile tests
Impact East Village, Stratford, London, 2 pile tests
Start Year 2015
 
Description Asset management - Zhenglin Liang 
Organisation Herefordshire Council
PI Contribution Asset management
Collaborator Contribution Asset management
Impact Asset management
Start Year 2017
 
Description Atkins - LB 
Organisation WS Atkins
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Collaborator Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Impact Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Start Year 2014
 
Description Atkins - PTK 
Organisation WS Atkins
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridges
Collaborator Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridges
Impact Staffordshire Alliance Bridges
Start Year 2015
 
Description Atkins, NR - CK 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete)
Collaborator Contribution Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete)
Impact Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete)
Start Year 2015
 
Description Atkins, NR - CK 
Organisation WS Atkins
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete)
Collaborator Contribution Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete)
Impact Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges U/B 11 (precast concrete)
Start Year 2015
 
Description Atkins, NR - CK 
Organisation WS Atkins
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges I/B 5 ('E-type' steel)
Collaborator Contribution Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges I/B 5 ('E-type' steel)
Impact Network Rail - Stafford Area Improvement Programme, Bridges I/B 5 ('E-type' steel)
Start Year 2015
 
Description BGS-Ruchi Choudhary 
Organisation British Geological Survey
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution We partnered with the Urban Geo-Science team of British Geological Society for six months (October 2017-March 2018). Innovate UK funded their secondment at CSIC. Jointly, we developed an integrated 3D database of below and above ground features of London for the objective of sustainable use of underground space.
Collaborator Contribution PhD student Mingda Yuan has assimilated database of below ground structures. BGS analyzed the below ground geological properties (thermo-hydro). PDRA Asal Bidarmaghz used these to implement large-scale finite element models to assess the long term influence of heated underground spaces on ground thermal properties.
Impact 1. We have co-authored and submitted 2 journal articles 2. We have submitted 1 co-authored conference paper 3. BGS has agreed to support future work. They provided letter of support for a grant application submitted to EPSRC-NSF in November 2018 4. This collaboration is multi-disciplinary involving civil engineers and geo-scientists. 5. The Data-centric Engineering program of the Alan Turing Institute is supporting a 3 year PDRA (2019-2021) to take forward this work, and thus it now also involves data-science in addition to engineering and geo-science.
Start Year 2017
 
Description BP - AS 
Organisation BP (British Petroleum)
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Improving reservoir management using MEMS sensors
Collaborator Contribution Improving reservoir management using MEMS sensors
Impact Improving reservoir management using MEMS sensors
Start Year 2010
 
Description Bechtel - PTK 
Organisation Bechtel Corporation
PI Contribution HS2 Excavation monitoring of heave
Collaborator Contribution HS2 Excavation monitoring of heave
Impact HS2 Excavation monitoring of heave
Start Year 2016
 
Description Beijing Information Sci & Techn University - DC 
Organisation Beijing Information Science & Technology University
PI Contribution To supply low cost fibre analyser for field deployment
Collaborator Contribution To supply low cost fibre analyser for field deployment
Impact To supply low cost fibre analyser for field deployment
Start Year 2016
 
Description Bevis Marks project 
Organisation Skanska UK Ltd
Department Cementation Skanska
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Installation of the instrumentation in the re-used piles
Collaborator Contribution Cash and in-kind contribution for the project.
Impact Cementation Skanska won the Ground Engineering Sustainability Award for work on the Bevis Marks project. A large part of the submission focused on reuse of the foundation and the use of optical fibre instrumentation. In particular, it highlighted the importance of such instrumentation, used in this way for the first time, in the success of this project. The innovative use of such sophisticated instrumentation to facilitate foundation reuse was commended by the judges. This award provides a great demonstration of the use and commercialisation of 'smart' optical fibre instrumentation and also highlights the work of University of Cambridge and the wider CSIC, in particular the Fibre Optic projects, being applied successfully in practice.
Start Year 2013
 
Description Buro Happold - AKNP 
Organisation BuroHappold Engineering
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Futureproofing
Collaborator Contribution Futureproofing
Impact Futureproofing
Start Year 2016
 
Description CERN - PTK 
Organisation European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Department CERN - Other
Country Switzerland 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution Monitoring of LHC Tunnels
Collaborator Contribution Monitoring of LHC Tunnels
Impact Monitoring of LHC Tunnels
Start Year 2015
 
Description CERN AEY 
Organisation European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Country Switzerland 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Fibre Optic
Collaborator Contribution Fibre Optic
Impact Fibre Optic
Start Year 2015
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Start Year 2016
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Atlas section
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Atlas section
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Atlas section
Start Year 2015
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 2 & I-beams
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 2 & I-beams
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 2 & I-beams
Start Year 2015
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 1
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 1
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 1
Start Year 2015
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Department CERN - Other
Country Switzerland 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 2 & I-beams
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 2 & I-beams
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 2 & I-beams
Start Year 2015
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Department CERN - Other
Country Switzerland 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - AWAKE section
Start Year 2016
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Department CERN - Other
Country Switzerland 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Atlas section
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Atlas section
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Atlas section
Start Year 2015
 
Description CERN, Arup - CK 
Organisation European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Department CERN - Other
Country Switzerland 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 1
Collaborator Contribution CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 1
Impact CERN tunnel Concrete tunnels - Section 1
Start Year 2015
 
Description CH2M - PTK 
Organisation CH2M HILL
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution HS2 Pile monitoring
Collaborator Contribution HS2 Pile monitoring
Impact HS2 Pile monitoring
Start Year 2016
 
Description CH2MHil(Halcrow) - PTK 
Organisation CH2M HILL
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution PO Tunnel
Collaborator Contribution PO Tunnel
Impact PO Tunnel
Start Year 2014
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation ARM Holdings
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation American International Group
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Amey PLC
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Anglian Water Services
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Balfour Beatty
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Beijing Institute of Architectural Design
Country China 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation BuroHappold Engineering
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation CSEM Brasil
Country Brazil 
Sector Charity/Non Profit 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Capita
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Cemex plc
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Chapman Taylor LLP
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Dragados
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Environment Agency
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Future Cities Catapult Limited
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation HST
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Mabey plc
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation McLaren Applied Technologies
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Morgan Sindall Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation National Physical Laboratory
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation PTV System Software und Consulting GmbH
Country Germany 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Severn Trent Water
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Spiekermann & Wegener
Country Germany 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Sybersystems Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Telespazio Vega (IDEAS)
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation The Staffordshire Alliance
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation The Woodhouse Partnership
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Tidworth Mums
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Charity/Non Profit 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation UK Tram Centro
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Collaborations - non-partner 
Organisation Utterberry Ltd
Country Unknown 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute considerably in in-kind contributions, usually by providing expert advice, Steering Group or Task Group involvement, or access to sites. This value of site access is not to be under-estimated. For instance, the provision of access to London Underground tube lines at 2am brings with it the need for 'sponsor' manpower as our teams need to be accompanied; and Staffordshire Alliance's support in facilitating the instrumentation of new bridges during construction required integration of CSIC researchers into the Alliance's staff teams for extended periods of time. This support is difficult to attribute a value to, but a nominal calculation of £1000 per man day dedicated to CSIC business has been used to provide a rough calculation.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Aeroflex Ltd
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Building Research Establishment
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation CIRIA
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Charity/Non Profit 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Department of Transport
Department Highways Agency
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation GE Aviation Systems
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Geosense
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Geotechnical Observations
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Halcrow Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Humber Bridge Board
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation IBM
Department IBM UK Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Imetrum
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Itmsoil
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Laing O'Rourke
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Mott Macdonald UK Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation NXP Semiconductors was Philips Semiconductor
Country Netherlands 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Omnisense
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Parsons Brinckerhoff
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation RedBite Solutions
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation RolaTube
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Scottish Water
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Senceive
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Skanska UK Ltd
Department Cementation Skanska
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Soldata Group
Country Global 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Thales Group
Country France 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Thames Water Utilities Limited
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation The National Grid Co plc
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Topcon
Country Japan 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Toshiba Research Europe Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Transport Research Laboratory Ltd (TRL)
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Transport Scotland
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Transport for London
Department London Underground
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Transport for London
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Tube Lines Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation WS Atkins
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation WSP Group plc
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC Industry Partner Collaborations 
Organisation Zuehlke Engineering AG
Department Zuhlke UK
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult. These collaborations have resulted in over 55 demonstration sites and case studies on innovative technology, methods and tools.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation American Transmission Company
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Auriga Europe
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Cambridge Consultants
Department DropTag
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation EnLight
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation FBGS
Country Germany 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation FlyingBinary
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Getec Group
Country Germany 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation ITM Monitoring
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Lafarge Tarmac
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Montec Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Omnisense
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Oxbotica
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation RedBite Solutions
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Senceive
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Sengenia Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Sensornet
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Sky High Technology Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Speedy Hire
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation Spliceteq Communications
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CSIC SME collaborations 
Organisation University of Cambridge
Department Cambridge Auto-ID Lab
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution CSIC contributes cutting edge research into innovative solutions for construction efficiencies and structural health monitoring of existing national infrastructure assets, while developing tools and resources to enable and facilitate asset management as a value-based system at the network level, and leveraging impact into city planning policy. CSIC's evolving work with SMEs enables them to connect to markets where they never had contact before - CSIC was a good connectivity hub, helping them make contact with customers who are ready to purchase products and services. With Montec, we probably helped them put their innovation into perspective (particularly regarding the monitoring of ferrous, or ferrous-containing structures, which applies to most infrastructure assets as such). They were then able to focus on masonry structures which will help them further their business.
Collaborator Contribution CSIC's Industry Partners contribute approximately £7 Million in in-kind funding, such as access to the London Underground Tunnels at 2am, which is almost impossible to price, and expertise of national leaders in asset management and innovative product design. CSIC links many of the big consultancies in the CSIC Industry Partner group with SMEs working on innovative solutions of which the consultancies may not be aware.
Impact CSIC's Industry Partner Collaborations are multi-disciplinary, as they involve collaborative projects in areas as diverse as MEMS Vibrating Energy Harvesters, up to city-scale modelling work with government departments and bodies, such as the Future Cities Catapult.
Start Year 2011
 
Description CUED Cambridge University - CK 
Organisation University of Cambridge
Department Department of Engineering
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution James Dyson Building, Piles, columns, beams & slabs
Collaborator Contribution James Dyson Building, Piles, columns, beams & slabs
Impact James Dyson Building, Piles, columns, beams & slabs
Start Year 2015
 
Description CUED, Cambridge University, Cambridge - CK 
Organisation University of Cambridge
Department Department of Engineering
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution James Dyson Building, Building scanning
Collaborator Contribution James Dyson Building, Building scanning
Impact James Dyson Building, Building scanning
Start Year 2015
 
Description Cambridge County Council - CK 
Organisation Cambridge City Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Whole life value based bridge work prioritisation
Collaborator Contribution Whole life value based bridge work prioritisation
Impact Whole life value based bridge work prioritisation
Start Year 2015
 
Description Cambridgeshire County Council - ES 
Organisation Cambridgeshire County Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Land use - transport /mobility
Collaborator Contribution Land use - transport /mobility
Impact Land use - transport /mobility
Start Year 2016
 
Description Centro - JT 
Organisation Centro plc
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Establishment of collaborative project on vehicle-based track condition monitoring, incl. supply of tram, access to depot facilities and support during installation of instrumentation
Collaborator Contribution Establishment of collaborative project on vehicle-based track condition monitoring, incl. supply of tram, access to depot facilities and support during installation of instrumentation
Impact Establishment of collaborative project on vehicle-based track condition monitoring, incl. supply of tram, access to depot facilities and support during installation of instrumentation
Start Year 2015
 
Description City-scale energy analysis - École Normale Supérieure de Cachan 
Organisation École Normale Supérieure de Cachan
Country France 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution Dr. Choudhary visited the Civil Engineering Department in Summer 2015 for 6 weeks (April-May), and worked with students there on the topic of visualization of city-scale energy data. In September 2017, she was hosted for a month as Invited Professor in the Department.
Collaborator Contribution In 2015 École Normale Supérieure de Cachan provided technical expertise and resources for interactive visualization of data. As a follow up, a student from ENS visited the B-bem group for a 9 month internship period where we mentored him on the topic of quantifying uncertainties in internal loads of buildings at city scale.
Impact A student from École Normale Supérieure de Cachan visited as a research intern for 12 months (October 2015-2016) to work on this topic. Dr. Choudhary was invited as Visiting Professor for 4 weeks in September 2016 and 2018 to work with new students.
Start Year 2015
 
Description Collaboration with University of Tokyo 
Organisation University of Tokyo
Department Institute of Industrial Science
Country Japan 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution - Guest Professor at Ooka Lab, Institute of Industrial Science for 4 months (Sept-December 2015) supported by an invitational Fellowship by Japan Society of Promotion of Science. - Interacted with PhD students and staff on the following topics: uncertainty analysis, distributed energy systems, exergy analysis of building energy systems. - Since 2015, we have regular annual visits to each others labs
Collaborator Contribution The Ooka Lab invited Cambridge PhD student Bryn Pickering for 2 week visit in December 2015. We have co-authored 2 peer-reviewed conference articles and 3 journal publications. From the B-bem project, PDRA Kathrin Menberg has been heavily involved in these collaborations. We have worked with University of Tokyo to carry out uncertainty analysis in the estimation of ground thermal properties for geo-energy systems. In turn- University of Tokyo helped us carry out exergy analysis of heat pump systems, which enabled us to have an improved understanding of system efficiencies.
Impact 1. Uncertainty Analysis:1 conference publication; 2 journal articles 2. Distributed Energy Systems: 1 conference publication in 2016. 3. Exergy Analysis: 1 conference publication (2017), and 1 journal paper.
Start Year 2015
 
Description Cornell University May-17 Laboratory scale pipeline testing - Cedric Kechavarzi 
Organisation Cornell University
Country United States 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution Cornell University May-17 Laboratory scale pipeline testing
Collaborator Contribution Cornell University May-17 Laboratory scale pipeline testing
Impact Cornell University May-17 Laboratory scale pipeline testing
Start Year 2017
 
Description Costain - BIM - AKNP 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution BIM
Collaborator Contribution BIM
Impact BIM
Start Year 2016
 
Description Costain - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Tram track monitoring
Collaborator Contribution Tram track monitoring
Impact Tram track monitoring
Start Year 2016
 
Description Costain - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution London Bridge station, noise and pollution monitoring
Collaborator Contribution London Bridge station, noise and pollution monitoring
Impact London Bridge station, noise and pollution monitoring
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain - Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Whole life costing of station: Client requirement analysis
Collaborator Contribution Whole life costing of station: Client requirement analysis
Impact Whole life costing of station: Client requirement analysis
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain - Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Whole life costing of station: Client requirement analysis
Collaborator Contribution Whole life costing of station: Client requirement analysis
Impact Whole life costing of station: Client requirement analysis
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain - Crossrail Bond Street Station - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Futureproofing information and Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Collaborator Contribution Futureproofing information and Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Impact Futureproofing information and Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain - Crossrail Bond Street Station - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Futureproofing information and Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Collaborator Contribution Futureproofing information and Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Impact Futureproofing information and Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain - Highways Agency - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Future proofing information for long term infrastructure management
Collaborator Contribution Future proofing information for long term infrastructure management
Impact Future proofing information for long term infrastructure management
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain - NdB 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Monitoring of light rail test track
Collaborator Contribution Monitoring of light rail test track
Impact Monitoring of light rail test track
Start Year 2016
 
Description Costain - PTK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Various London Bridge monitoring projects at construction sites
Collaborator Contribution Various London Bridge monitoring projects at construction sites
Impact Various London Bridge monitoring projects at construction sites
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain - PTK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Costain light rail track instrumentation with bend sensors
Collaborator Contribution Costain light rail track instrumentation with bend sensors
Impact Costain light rail track instrumentation with bend sensors
Start Year 2016
 
Description Costain AKNP 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution ICASE Project on Data-driven engineering for improving the performance of asset management
Collaborator Contribution ICASE Project on Data-driven engineering for improving the performance of asset management
Impact ICASE Project on Data-driven engineering for improving the performance of asset management
Start Year 2016
 
Description Costain Computer vision for tunnel monitoring JMS 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Computer vision for tunnel monitoring
Collaborator Contribution Computer vision for tunnel monitoring
Impact Computer vision for tunnel monitoring
Start Year 2016
 
Description Costain light rail -testing of light railtrial 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Site visits and discussion with client; Monitoring system design.
Collaborator Contribution Site visits and discussion with client; Monitoring system design.
Impact Site visits and discussion with client; Monitoring system design.
Start Year 2016
 
Description Costain, Counterest - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Impact London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain, Skyhigh - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Impact London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain, Skyhigh - CK 
Organisation Sky High Technology Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Impact London Bridge station, people monitoring - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain, Toshiba - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution London Bridge station, 3D modelling - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution London Bridge station, 3D modelling - Computer Vision
Impact London Bridge station, 3D modelling - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain, Toshiba - CK 
Organisation Toshiba
Country Japan 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution London Bridge station, 3D modelling - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution London Bridge station, 3D modelling - Computer Vision
Impact London Bridge station, 3D modelling - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain, United Utilities - CK 
Organisation Costain Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works
Collaborator Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works
Impact Futureproofing Assessment of Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works
Start Year 2015
 
Description Costain, United Utilities - CK 
Organisation United Utilities Group PLC
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works
Collaborator Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works
Impact Futureproofing Assessment of Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Thames tunnel, Plumstead, Precast concrete tunnel segments
Collaborator Contribution Thames tunnel, Plumstead, Precast concrete tunnel segments
Impact Thames tunnel, Plumstead, Precast concrete tunnel segments
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Paddington Station, Deep excavation - Wireless Sensor Network
Collaborator Contribution Paddington Station, Deep excavation - Wireless Sensor Network
Impact Paddington Station, Deep excavation - Wireless Sensor Network
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Post office tunnel monitoring - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution Post office tunnel monitoring - Computer Vision
Impact Post office tunnel monitoring - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Pudding Mill Lane, Shaft
Collaborator Contribution Pudding Mill Lane, Shaft
Impact Pudding Mill Lane, Shaft
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Thames tunnel, Plumstead, Precast concrete tunnel segments
Collaborator Contribution Thames tunnel, Plumstead, Precast concrete tunnel segments
Impact Thames tunnel, Plumstead, Precast concrete tunnel segments
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Post office tunnel monitoring - Wireless Sensor Network
Collaborator Contribution Post office tunnel monitoring - Wireless Sensor Network
Impact Post office tunnel monitoring - Wireless Sensor Network
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Post Office tunnel monitoring
Collaborator Contribution Post Office tunnel monitoring
Impact Post Office tunnel monitoring
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Stepney Green, SCL Tunnel
Collaborator Contribution Stepney Green, SCL Tunnel
Impact Stepney Green, SCL Tunnel
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail - MJD 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Research on Settlement effects on masonry structures
Collaborator Contribution Research on Settlement effects on masonry structures
Impact Research on Settlement effects on masonry structures
Start Year 2013
 
Description Crossrail - PTK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Various shaft monitoring projects at construction sites
Collaborator Contribution Various shaft monitoring projects at construction sites
Impact Various shaft monitoring projects at construction sites
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail KTP 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Detaied instrumentation of two shafts in London to understand the structural performance of the lining of the shafts and the ground movements associated with their construction
Collaborator Contribution Cash and in-kind contribution in addition to providing access to the main contractors and the construction sites
Impact Publications are currently being written
Start Year 2012
 
Description Crossrail, Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Cambridge Heath Shaft monitoring - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution Cambridge Heath Shaft monitoring - Computer Vision
Impact Cambridge Heath Shaft monitoring - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description Crossrail, Arup - CK 
Organisation Crossrail
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Cambridge Heath Shaft monitoring - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution Cambridge Heath Shaft monitoring - Computer Vision
Impact Cambridge Heath Shaft monitoring - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description DRD Roads Service Highway Structures Unit - CK 
Organisation Government of the UK
Department Department of Regional Development (DRD)
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Garron Point rock slope monitoring, Northern Ireland
Collaborator Contribution Garron Point rock slope monitoring, Northern Ireland
Impact Garron Point rock slope monitoring, Northern Ireland
Start Year 2015
 
Description Data-centric Bridge Assessment (Marsh Lane Viaduct) Haris Alexakis 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Data-centric Bridge Assessment (Marsh Lane Viaduct
Collaborator Contribution Data-centric Bridge Assessment (Marsh Lane Viaduct
Impact Data-centric Bridge Assessment (Marsh Lane Viaduct
Start Year 2017
 
Description Data-centric bridge monitoring and assessment - Liam Butler 
Organisation Alan Turing Institute
Country Unknown 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution Data-centric bridge monitoring and assessment
Collaborator Contribution Data-centric bridge monitoring and assessment
Impact Data-centric bridge monitoring and assessment
Start Year 2017
 
Description Developing toolkit for bridge maintenance - Zhenglin Liang 
Organisation Mott Macdonald UK Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Developing toolkit for bridge maintenance
Collaborator Contribution Developing toolkit for bridge maintenance
Impact Developing toolkit for bridge maintenance
Start Year 2017
 
Description Development of a 3D geological model of Greater London - Asal Bidarmaghz 
Organisation British Geological Survey
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Development of a 3D geological model of Greater London
Collaborator Contribution Development of a 3D geological model of Greater London
Impact Development of a 3D geological model of Greater London
Start Year 2017
 
Description Dragados - MSA 
Organisation Dragados
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Planning for monitoring of Mansion House
Collaborator Contribution Planning for monitoring of Mansion House and
Impact Planning for monitoring of Mansion House and
Start Year 2017
 
Description Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge (Centre for Digital Built Britain Mini-projects Programme 2017-18) Quichen Lu 
Organisation Digital Built Britain
PI Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge (Centre for Digital Built Britain Mini-projects Programme 2017-18)
Collaborator Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge (Centre for Digital Built Britain Mini-projects Programme 2017-18)
Impact Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge (Centre for Digital Built Britain Mini-projects Programme 2017-18)
Start Year 2017
 
Description Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge - Quichen Lu 
Organisation Bentley Motors
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Collaborator Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Impact Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Start Year 2017
 
Description Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge - Quichen Lu 
Organisation RedBite Solutions
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Collaborator Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Impact Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Start Year 2017
 
Description Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge - Quichen Lu 
Organisation Topcon
Country Japan 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Collaborator Contribution Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Impact Dynamic digital twin with multi-layered information models for West Cambridge
Start Year 2017
 
Description FBGS - PTK 
Organisation FBGS
Country Germany 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Development of FRP armoured FBG fibre optic sensors for embedding in concrete structures.
Collaborator Contribution Development of FRP armoured FBG fibre optic sensors for embedding in concrete structures.
Impact Development of FRP armoured FBG fibre optic sensors for embedding in concrete structures.
Start Year 2015
 
Description FGBS - development of FRP armoured FBG fibre optic sensors for embedding in concrete structures - JMS 
Organisation FBGS
Country Germany 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution development of FRP armoured FBG fibre optic sensors for embedding in concrete structures
Collaborator Contribution development of FRP armoured FBG fibre optic sensors for embedding in concrete structures
Impact development of FRP armoured FBG fibre optic sensors for embedding in concrete structures
Start Year 2016
 
Description FO instrumentation for pile testing 
Organisation Gammon Construction Limited
PI Contribution FO instrumentation for pile testing
Collaborator Contribution FO instrumentation for pile testing
Impact FO instrumentation for pile testing
Start Year 2018
 
Description FO instrumentation of 2 tall towers in London - Nicky de Battista 
Organisation Multiplex Construction
PI Contribution FO instrumentation of 2 tall towers in London
Collaborator Contribution FO instrumentation of 2 tall towers in London
Impact FO instrumentation of 2 tall towers in London
Start Year 2018
 
Description FO instrumentation of test piles in San Francisco - Berkeley University - Nicky de Battista 
Organisation University of California, Berkeley
Country United States 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution FO instrumentation of test piles in San Francisco
Collaborator Contribution FO instrumentation of test piles in San Francisco
Impact FO instrumentation of test piles in San Francisco
Start Year 2018
 
Description Francis Crick piling project 
Organisation Laing O'Rourke
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Installing fibre optic instrumentation in piles during their construction
Collaborator Contribution Cash and in-kind contribution plus access to the construction site
Impact Publication being written
Start Year 2012
 
Description GE Aviation - AS 
Organisation GE Aviation Systems
Country United States 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Innovate UK projects on MEMS energy harvesting and self-powered wireless sensors
Collaborator Contribution Innovate UK projects on MEMS energy harvesting and self-powered wireless sensors
Impact Innovate UK projects on MEMS energy harvesting and self-powered wireless sensors
Start Year 2013
 
Description GU-Ruchi Choudhary 
Organisation Growing Underground
PI Contribution Funded by the University's Institutional Sponsorship Grant (2016-2017), we have installed environmental monitoring system in the underground farm, which are now being used by the farm managers to optimize their ventilation and environmental conditions within the growing area. In 2017, we further augmented this by developing a simulation model of the farm.
Collaborator Contribution Development of a simulation model of the farm and design, installation, and curation of the monitoring system
Impact Forthcoming Book Chapter in 2018 on Urban Farming in 'Next Generation Plant Factory' by Springer; Forthcoming: paper accepted for publication in CIBSE technical symposium
Start Year 2016
 
Description Geosense - PTK 
Organisation Geosense
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Crossrail tunnel wireless XY tilt sensors
Collaborator Contribution Crossrail tunnel wireless XY tilt sensors
Impact Crossrail tunnel wireless XY tilt sensors
Start Year 2014
 
Description Growing Underground - Paul Fidler 
Organisation Growing Underground
PI Contribution Collaboration
Collaborator Contribution Collaboration
Impact Growing Underground
Start Year 2017
 
Description Gwynedd CC 
Organisation Gwynedd Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Gwynedd CC, North Wales Roads, Road scanning
Collaborator Contribution Gwynedd CC, North Wales Roads, Road scanning
Impact Gwynedd CC, North Wales Roads, Road scanning
Start Year 2015
 
Description Gwynedd CC - CK 
Organisation Gwynedd Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Gwynedd CC, North Wales Roads, Pen Y Clip Brazil wall
Collaborator Contribution Gwynedd CC, North Wales Roads, Pen Y Clip Brazil wall
Impact Gwynedd CC, North Wales Roads, Pen Y Clip Brazil wall
Start Year 2015
 
Description Gwynedd Council - PTK 
Organisation Gwynedd Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Brazil Wall movement, and Road condition monitoring
Collaborator Contribution Brazil Wall movement, and Road condition monitoring
Impact Brazil Wall movement, and Road condition monitoring
Start Year 2015
 
Description Heathrow [Asset Management team] 
Organisation Heathrow Airport Holdings
Department London Heathrow Airport
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Heathrow [Asset Management team]
Collaborator Contribution Heathrow [Asset Management team]
Impact Heathrow [Asset Management team]
Start Year 2015
 
Description Hertfordshire County Council - AKNP and ZL 
Organisation Hertfordshire Sports Village
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution (1) Asset management for bridge networks. (2) Improve deterioration model for bridges with inspections data. (3) Prioritize maintenance activities for 11 bridges along A10 in Hertfordshire. (4) Group maintenance activities to reduce the traffic management cost in the bridge network. They have agreed on future support on providing historical principle and general inspections data for the 11 bridges.
Collaborator Contribution (1) Asset management for bridge networks. (2) Improve deterioration model for bridges with inspections data. (3) Prioritize maintenance activities for 11 bridges along A10 in Hertfordshire. (4) Group maintenance activities to reduce the traffic management cost in the bridge network. They have agreed on future support on providing historical principle and general inspections data for the 11 bridges.
Impact (1) Asset management for bridge networks. (2) Improve deterioration model for bridges with inspections data. (3) Prioritize maintenance activities for 11 bridges along A10 in Hertfordshire. (4) Group maintenance activities to reduce the traffic management cost in the bridge network. They have agreed on future support on providing historical principle and general inspections data for the 11 bridges.
Start Year 2016
 
Description Hertfordshire County Council [Bridges & Structures team] 
Organisation Hertfordshire County Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Hertfordshire County Council [Bridges & Structures team]
Collaborator Contribution Hertfordshire County Council [Bridges & Structures team]
Impact Hertfordshire County Council [Bridges & Structures team]
Start Year 2015
 
Description Hertfordshire county council - ZhL 
Organisation Hertfordshire County Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Asset management for bridge networks
Collaborator Contribution Asset management for bridge networks
Impact Asset management for bridge networks
Start Year 2016
 
Description Herts County Council, Arup - CK 
Organisation Arup Group
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Bridges in Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire County Council)
Collaborator Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Bridges in Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire County Council)
Impact Futureproofing Assessment of Bridges in Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire County Council)
Start Year 2015
 
Description Herts County Council, Arup - CK 
Organisation Hertfordshire County Council
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Bridges in Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire County Council)
Collaborator Contribution Futureproofing Assessment of Bridges in Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire County Council)
Impact Futureproofing Assessment of Bridges in Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire County Council)
Start Year 2015
 
Description Highways England - PTK 
Organisation Department of Transport
Department Highways Agency
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution A14 Road Noise Monitoring A14 Abutment monitoring using FO Geogrids
Collaborator Contribution A14 Road Noise Monitoring A14 Abutment monitoring using FO Geogrids
Impact A14 Road Noise Monitoring A14 Abutment monitoring using FO Geogrids
Start Year 2017
 
Description Historic England 
Organisation Historic England
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Assessment/monitoring of heritage structures
Collaborator Contribution Assessment/monitoring of heritage structures
Impact Assessment/monitoring of heritage structures
Start Year 2015
 
Description Hochtief cross-passage segments 
Organisation Hochtief Aktiengesellschaft
Country Germany 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Installation of the fibre optic instrumentation in the tunnel segments for the Woolwich Crossrail tunnel
Collaborator Contribution Cash and in-kind contribution. In addition, site access and logistical help
Impact Work currently being done
Start Year 2013
 
Description Humber Bridge - CK 
Organisation Humber Bridge Board
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Humber Bridge - wireless sensor network
Collaborator Contribution Humber Bridge - wireless sensor network
Impact Humber Bridge - wireless sensor network
Start Year 2015
 
Description Humber Bridge - PTK 
Organisation Humber Bridge Board
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Work on Humber Bridge
Collaborator Contribution Work on Humber Bridge
Impact Work on Humber Bridge
Start Year 2015
 
Description IHI - AS 
Organisation Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)
Country United States 
Sector Charity/Non Profit 
PI Contribution Low-power MEMS strain sensors and field deployment
Collaborator Contribution Low-power MEMS strain sensors and field deployment
Impact Low-power MEMS strain sensors and field deployment
Start Year 2015
 
Description Imetrum - MSA 
Organisation Imetrum
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Workshops for learning their Video Gauge software
Collaborator Contribution Workshops for learning their Video Gauge software
Impact Workshops for learning their Video Gauge software
Start Year 2016
 
Description Imperial College, London AEY 
Organisation Imperial College London
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution Research Grant co-working
Collaborator Contribution Research Grant co-working
Impact Research Grant co-working
Start Year 2015
 
Description John Grill Centre, University of Sydney - CRM 
Organisation University of Sydney
Department John Grill Centre
PI Contribution Promoting more innovative and customer-focused infrastructure design in Australia
Collaborator Contribution Promoting more innovative and customer-focused infrastructure design in Australia
Impact Promoting more innovative and customer-focused infrastructure design in Australia
Start Year 2016
 
Description Keller - CK 
Organisation Keller Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution 3 pile load tests
Collaborator Contribution 3 pile load tests
Impact 3 pile load tests
Start Year 2016
 
Description Laing O'Rourke - LB 
Organisation Laing O'Rourke
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Collaborator Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Impact Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Start Year 2014
 
Description Laing O'Rourke - PTK 
Organisation Laing O'Rourke
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Pile monitoring , Francis Crick, Staffpordshiore Bridges
Collaborator Contribution Pile monitoring , Francis Crick, Staffpordshiore Bridges
Impact Pile monitoring , Francis Crick, Staffpordshiore Bridges
Start Year 2015
 
Description London Underground 
Organisation Transport for London
Department London Underground
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Central Line, Liverpool Street Station, Cast iron tunnel segments
Collaborator Contribution Central Line, Liverpool Street Station, Cast iron tunnel segments
Impact Central Line, Liverpool Street Station, Cast iron tunnel segments
Start Year 2015
 
Description London Underground - CK 
Organisation Transport for London
Department London Underground
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Smart Plank - Timber works monitoring
Collaborator Contribution Smart Plank - Timber works monitoring
Impact Smart Plank - Timber works monitoring
Start Year 2015
 
Description London Underground - CK 
Organisation Transport for London
Department London Underground
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Displacement monitoring of LUL tunnels - Computer Vision
Collaborator Contribution Displacement monitoring of LUL tunnels - Computer Vision
Impact Displacement monitoring of LUL tunnels - Computer Vision
Start Year 2015
 
Description London Underground - CK 
Organisation Transport for London
Department London Underground
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Maintenance planning and scheduling, Information Strategy and Requirement Analysis for infrastructure management
Collaborator Contribution Maintenance planning and scheduling, Information Strategy and Requirement Analysis for infrastructure management
Impact Maintenance planning and scheduling, Information Strategy and Requirement Analysis for infrastructure management
Start Year 2015
 
Description London Underground - PTK 
Organisation Transport for London
Department London Underground
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Public 
PI Contribution Smart Plan, Iron tunnel segments
Collaborator Contribution Smart Plan, Iron tunnel segments
Impact Smart Plan, Iron tunnel segments
Start Year 2015
 
Description London Underground [Station Capacity Upgrade teams] 
Organisation University of London
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution London Underground [Station Capacity Upgrade teams]
Collaborator Contribution London Underground [Station Capacity Upgrade teams]
Impact London Underground [Station Capacity Upgrade teams]
Start Year 2015
 
Description McLaren Applied Technologies - AS 
Organisation McLaren Applied Technologies
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Innovate UK project on self-powered wireless sensors
Collaborator Contribution Innovate UK project on self-powered wireless sensors
Impact Innovate UK project on self-powered wireless sensors
Start Year 2015
 
Description McLaren Racing Limited - HA 
Organisation McLaren Racing
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Small size sensors (Fibre Bragg Grating)
Collaborator Contribution Small size sensors (Fibre Bragg Grating)
Impact Small size sensors (Fibre Bragg Grating)
Start Year 2015
 
Description Monitoring of tall building during construction - Nicky de Battista 
Organisation Multiplex Construction
PI Contribution Monitoring of tall building during construction
Collaborator Contribution Monitoring of tall building during construction
Impact Monitoring of tall building during construction
Start Year 2017
 
Description Mott MacDonald - CRM 
Organisation Mott Macdonald UK Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Measuring effectiveness of @one Alliance consortium for delivering long term infrastructure upgrade programme (with prospective PhD student Daniel Brackenbury)
Collaborator Contribution Measuring effectiveness of @one Alliance consortium for delivering long term infrastructure upgrade programme (with prospective PhD student Daniel Brackenbury)
Impact Measuring effectiveness of @one Alliance consortium for delivering long term infrastructure upgrade programme (with prospective PhD student Daniel Brackenbury)
Start Year 2016
 
Description Mott MacDonald - PTK 
Organisation Mott Macdonald UK Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Instrumentation of sheet piling with FBG sensors and measurement during pile installation at Trinity Hall.
Collaborator Contribution Instrumentation of sheet piling with FBG sensors and measurement during pile installation at Trinity Hall.
Impact Instrumentation of sheet piling with FBG sensors and measurement during pile installation at Trinity Hall.
Start Year 2015
 
Description Mott MacDonald instrumentation of sheet piling with FBG sensors and measurement during pile installation at Trinity Hall - JMS 
Organisation Mott Macdonald UK Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution instrumentation of sheet piling with FBG sensors and measurement during pile installation at Trinity Hall
Collaborator Contribution instrumentation of sheet piling with FBG sensors and measurement during pile installation at Trinity Hall
Impact instrumentation of sheet piling with FBG sensors and measurement during pile installation at Trinity Hall
Start Year 2016
 
Description Mouchel - PTK 
Organisation Mouchel Group PLC
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Detection of defects in water courses
Collaborator Contribution Detection of defects in water courses
Impact Detection of defects in water courses
Start Year 2015
 
Description Multiplex - NdB 
Organisation Multiplex Construction
PI Contribution Monitoring of tall building during construction
Collaborator Contribution Monitoring of tall building during construction
Impact Monitoring of tall building during construction
Start Year 2016
 
Description NR - CK 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution National Rail - Leeds masonry arch
Collaborator Contribution National Rail - Leeds masonry arch
Impact National Rail - Leeds masonry arch
Start Year 2015
 
Description National Grid tunnel segments 
Organisation The National Grid Co plc
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Innovative instrumentation scheme on the London Power tunnel segments
Collaborator Contribution Providing cash and in-kind contribution plus access to the contractors and the associated supply chain
Impact Work on progress and the data is being analysed
Start Year 2012
 
Description National Grid/Toshiba - CK 
Organisation Toshiba
Country Japan 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution National Grid tunnel - Wireless Sensor Network
Collaborator Contribution National Grid tunnel - Wireless Sensor Network
Impact National Grid tunnel - Wireless Sensor Network
Start Year 2015
 
Description Network Rail 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Leeds Masonry arch
Collaborator Contribution Leeds Masonry arch
Impact Leeds Masonry arch
Start Year 2015
 
Description Network Rail - CK 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Capital investment planning and strategic maintenance planning.
Collaborator Contribution Capital investment planning and strategic maintenance planning.
Impact Capital investment planning and strategic maintenance planning.
Start Year 2015
 
Description Network Rail - HA 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Installation of distributed and discrete (FBG) optical fibre sensors on a Victorian masonry arch rail bridge, Leeds.
Collaborator Contribution Installation of distributed and discrete (FBG) optical fibre sensors on a Victorian masonry arch rail bridge, Leeds.
Impact Installation of distributed and discrete (FBG) optical fibre sensors on a Victorian masonry arch rail bridge, Leeds.
Start Year 2015
 
Description Network Rail - LB 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Collaborator Contribution Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Impact Staffordshire Alliance Bridge Monitoring Project (EPSRC)
Start Year 2014
 
Description Network Rail - MJD 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom 
Sector Private 
PI Contribution Monitoring of a masonry viaduct in Leeds
Collaborator Contribution Monitoring of a masonry viaduct in Leeds
Impact Monitoring of a masonry viaduct in Leeds
Start Year 2015
 
Description Network Rail HS1 St Pancras - AKNP 
Organisation Network Rail Ltd
Country United Kingdom