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Many structural health monitoring systems rely on point sensors, or sensors that obtain data about only one point, to monitor assets. The limitations to point sensors are not about accuracy or reliability, rather it is about insight. Events that occur between critical points will be missed so structural response information will be lost. Using point sensors in SHM systems is limiting since these systems must use interpolation to simulation additional measurement locations. This practice leads to biased damage indices since true local information is lost.

Organizations that deploy structural health monitoring (SHM) systems can take advantage of two main benefits: they can reduce maintenance costs by only conducting maintenance when it is needed, and can increase the lifetime of structures by detecting damage early for a proactive response. The SHM market is rapidly growing due to the advantages posed by these systems, however, there are some current limitations with existing systems that hinder widespread adoption.

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