Maris Hauka, Vitālijs Pavelko, Ilmars Blumbergs, Raivis Kubulins

Last modified: 14.05.2021


The goal of this article is to solve problems of automated monitoring systems of industrial and aviation constructions. Based on the latest research results, the most cost-effective solutions are covered, and a practical solution is offered. This article is part of the scientific project “Development of an integrated sensor system for material and structure monitoring”. The article describes the problem and suggests a practical solution for an integrated sensor system for material and structure monitoring prototype.



Non-destructive testing, integrated monitoring, piezoelectric sensor, impedance


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