A Scottish University has developed a remote monitoring device designed to inspect and identify weaknesses and cracks in concrete structures.

The University of Strathclyde in Glasgow this week introduced the Adaptive Lighting for the Inspection of Concrete Structures that is being used for identifying faults in civil concrete infrastructure, including bridges.

The ALICS uses advanced imaging, lighting, color coding and artificial intelligence. It already is being used by Glasgow-area nuclear facilities, some of which helped fund product development.

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