Date and Time: 10:00 a.m. (CET) / 6:00 p.m. (JST), on Thursday, March 4, 2021
Under the new initiative between the EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk and SHIGA, this is the first webinar to introduce cutting-edge technologies derived from Japanese academia to potential licensees in Europe.
“Ultrasonic Imaging Technology for Road Pavement Using Low-Frequency Array Probes” was developed by Professor, Kazuyuki, NAKAHATA, Ph.D., Structural Engineering Laboratory of Ehime University. With the aim of reducing time and cost of non-destructive inspection for roads and improving preciseness of inspection, this invention allows users to detect a tiny flaw/defects inside the pavements without having to drill the structures. Conventionally, in the civil engineering industry, inspection of a structure is sometimes challenging because the components consist of inhomogeneous materials and have huge dimensions. Here, by applying the FSAP technique (full-waveform sampling and processing), this invention has helped evaluate cracks non-destructively inside of structures at an early stage. It is greatly expected that this invention will be put into practical application in a broad range of technical fields, ranging from road inspection, social infrastructure, and industrial plants to geophysical exploration.
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Note: This webinar is aimed at introducing the “Ultrasonic Imaging Technology for Road Pavement Inspection” to companies and institutes primarily in the EU. Registration from persons who work for IP firms or law firms in Japan will not be approved as this may be deemed a conflict of interest with our business.