Infrastructure

This is how we can get real value from infrastructure

Infrastructure must be made sustainable, secure and resilient, and must work within the planet’s means. Image: REUTERS/Beawiharta

Mark Enzer

Chief Technical Officer, Mott MacDonald

Jennifer Schooling

Director, Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction, University of Cambridge

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The 'use' of infrastructure is at the heart of everything, because people are. Image: Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure & Construction
Our built environment is an interconnected system of systems. Image: Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure & Construction
Infrastructure underpins sustainable development. Image: Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure & Construction
Our infrastructure needs effective connections between physical and digital assets - to become a cyber-physical system. Image: Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure & Construction

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