A software for structural health monitoring is a tool that allows you to monitor the status of a structure in real time, collecting data through sensors installed on the structure itself.
These sensors can detect various structural parameters, such as deformation, vibration, pressure and temperature.
The data collected by the sensors are then processed by the software, which presents them in a clear and intuitive way through graphs, maps and personalized reports.
The objective of a SHM software is to promptly identify any structural problems, such as cracks, breakages or deformations, in order to schedule preventive maintenance interventions.
In addition, the use of a SHM software allows you to constantly monitor the state of the structure over time, identifying any changes in the condition of the structure and preventing more serious problems.