FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Almost from the moment they are built, highways must be examined regularly for signs of wear -- a process that currently produces mountains of data that are difficult to access and interpret. University of Arkansas civil engineering professor Kelvin Wang has developed a digital solution to make this information readily available to the engineers who must make critical maintenance decisions.
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