A big data fix for leaky pipes

New techniques for analysing data are cutting the cost of maintaining Australia’s bridges, roads and sewers. They should also be used for making better infrastructure spending decisions.

Scattered across the decking of the Sydney Harbour Bridge are thousands of tiny electronic ‘eyes’.

Their job is to constantly monitor the vibrations caused by the 58 million vehicles and 15,000 trains that cross the bridge every year.

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