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The field of civil engineering and infrastructures is seeing an increase in structural monitoring applications. However, damage to the structures does not indicate a complete loss of functionality; rather, it indicates that the system is no longer in optimal condition, and the structure may collapse if the damage increases. Structural Health Monitoring (SHM), a process for detecting damage, collects data from appropriate sensors on a regular basis to characterise the damage and determine the structure's health status. As a result, this monitoring will provide information on the structure's condition, particularly its integrity, in a timely manner, and it is necessary to assess performance and health status for infrastructures and civil structures. The purpose of this project is to develop an Internet of Things (IoT)-based structural health tracking system that can detect potential faults and track how the structure functions over time.

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P.Selvaprasanth, S.Ragul, & S.Sathya. (2021). Development of Smart Structural Health Monitoring System Study of Bridges Using Internet of Things(Iot). International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 9(4), 88–95. Retrieved from