Hackathon: See the four solutions – including the winning idea

Four teams of dataspecialist took on the challenge of how to use existing data from the Great Belt Bridge in order to work smarter with maintenance and increase safety. Here is your chance to see what they came up with.

How to use data in maintenance? The four teams competing in this years hackathon, co-hostede by Rambøll and Sund & Bælt, have agreed to share their prototypes and proposals with you. With only few hours available they were challenges to explore huge amounts of data from the Great Belt Bridge and come up with new ideas to put them in to good use. And they did. Some focused on how to clean the data sets approaching a returning issue working with data. How do we validate them? Whilst others looked at the physical data sources and how it could be combined in a new way with new insights.

Get inspired and have a closer look at the four proposals here:

Team Yellow (winner): Real-time traffic data collection for enhanced structural analysis

Team Pink: Optimize inspection planning – implementing a real-time monitoring algorithm

Team Purple: Anomaly detection – a holistic datadriven approach to predictive maintenance

Team Green: A cost-optimal bearing inspections and replacement decision support system

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