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GIV Solutions lectured at 7WCSCM 7th Conference on Engineering Control and Control

Updated: Jun 4, 2019

GIV Solutions was invited to lecture at 7WCSCM's 7th International Conference on Structural Health Control and Monitoring.


The prestigious conference was held once every four years and travels among the member countries that conduct R & D in the field, which was attended by some 800 leading researchers and experts from dozens of countries, including GIV Solutions.


From right: Meir Steinhaus, Director of the Asia Pacific region at GIV Solutions, and Meir Givon, CEO of the company. The photograph was taken as part of a 41-kilometer bridge tour, 28.8 km above the Pacific Ocean, in Tsingdao Bay. The tour included an overview of the control and monitoring systems of bridge health

The event serves as a platform for presenting the latest research and development directions of research in the field, as well as for presenting the industry's capabilities in control, monitoring and information management. It was attended by representatives of universities, research institutes and companies involved in civil engineering, infrastructure, monitoring and analysis of buildings and researchers in the life cycle of infrastructures - research and development, which is gaining momentum and integrating with structural health monitoring and control.


GIV Solution was invited to present two different lectures at the conference. In the first lecture, she was invited to present her innovative development and solutions on lifecycle management, maintenance, reviews and monitoring of the state of transportation infrastructure and urban infrastructure, and another lecture on "Optimizing the operation and maintenance of these infrastructures in a holistic perspective. The world's leading researchers, including technologies, developed today, GIV Solutions is at the forefront of R & D, identifying needs and trends, and offering the solutions required to monitor, collect, process and integrate information in the management of the infrastructure lifecycle and engineering surveys using advanced technologies, Management of central and holistic assets in the organization.


Another issue that arose at the conference was the need for a structural health monitoring system to carry out advanced maintenance management processes, which enables meeting all of the organization's goals and infrastructure goals.


Right: Written by Meir Steinhaus, Director of the Asia-Pacific Region at GIV Solutions, and Meir Givon, CEO of the company.

From right: Meir Steinhaus, Director of the Asia Pacific region at GIV Solutions, and Meir Givon, CEO of the company. The photograph was taken as part of a 41-kilometer bridge tour, 28.8 km above the Pacific Ocean, in Tsingdao Bay. The tour included an overview of the control and monitoring systems of bridge health


Meir Givon, CEO of GIV Solutions, spoke to the conference participants in two lectures: "Insights that are important for various infrastructure organizations to effectively manage an infrastructure lifecycle, from planning to operation and maintenance." And his experience in the management and operation of infrastructures in large organizations, as well as in the establishment and streamlining of infrastructure management systems, and the integration of them, as well as a review of the company's solutions in a world of complex transportation infrastructures such as bridges, tunnels, trains, and metro.


The global research highlights the challenges that arise from the huge increase in the scope of global infrastructure and the aging processes of infrastructure worldwide, in parallel with the huge increase in the amount of information collected from the infrastructure control systems, and its integration into the traditional assessment and evaluation processes.


Solutions and capabilities GIV Solutions aroused great interest among the conference participants - both academia and industry, who were exposed for the first time to smart solutions to the challenges faced by practitioners in this field.


In the framework of the conference, Givon concluded his cooperation with developing researchers in the field of structural health and monitoring from universities in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, China, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. In the framework of these collaborations, advanced engineering models and advanced research methods, as well as advanced methods for robotic surveys and robotic surveys in GIV systems (which has been engaged in R & D in the field for years) will be integrated into leading global centers, for the purpose of advanced data processing and the ability to provide holistic solutions for integrated data management and processing in models Engineers are deepening the global market.

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