Sensors, concrete improve bridge's structural integrity

Sensors and other forms of technology have the ability to make bridges, office towers and other structures safer, experts say. Advances in concrete are also improving structural integrity, they note. The new St. Anthony Falls Bridge in Minnesota, for example, is made of a dense concrete that could last up to 100 years. Sensors programmed to detect structural issues are attached to the bridge.

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