The primary objectives of this two-pronged research study were (1) to deploy some promising commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) micro-electromechanical sensors and systems (MEMS) developed for monitoring concrete pavements in a live field project and (2) to develop a wireless MEMS multifunction sensor (WMS) system capable of real-time remote monitoring of strain, moisture content, and temperature in pavement concrete. Accordingly, two final report volumes have been prepared targeting each of these objectives:
- The Volume I final report focused on the deployment and field evaluation of COTS MEMS sensors.
- This Volume II final report describes the development of a WMS system for concrete pavement health monitoring.
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