1 Peggy Smedley takes a look at a new national poll conducted by the AEM (Association of Equipment Manufacturers) to gauge voter perceptions and attitudes about the current and future state of the U.S. infrastructure.
2 Joshua Smith, associate professor, University Of Washington, says there are both challenges and opportunities when it comes to sensors. He shares how research projects of today will become the essential products of tomorrow.
3 Govind Rao, professor, University Of Maryland, explains what is driving the need for embedded sensors in roads today. He shares what contractors really need to know, and what the benefits of sensor technology are.
4 Peggy Smedley shares where embedded sensors are being used on jobsites today. She explains sensors are embedded in roads to collect data. Collected data can be analyzed to aid in monitoring traffic patterns and road maintenance.