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Whenever a major earthquake occurs, there are inevitably buildings that collapse, often trapping people inside. A natural impulse is to rescue them, yet worldwide statistics […]
Helping out those who help us A UC Berkeley project known as FIRE—the Fire Information and Rescue Equipment technology system—will help increase the safety and […]
Life-Saving Robots The goal of this project is to develop field-suitable robotic technologies to assist first-responders in the aftermath of natural and/or man-made disasters. After […]
Shawn Newsam, an assistant professor in the School of Engineering at the
University of California, Merced, has been selected for a prestigious PECASE award from
the White House.
CITRIS researchers at UC Berkeley are exploring new ways to use sensors
to monitor our infrastructure—including water and traffic.
The Cosumnes River is the last river without major dams on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada. Thus, it is one of the few […]
CITRIS researchers at UC Berkeley are exploring new ways to use sensors to monitor our infrastructure—including water and traffic. The Lagrangian Sensor project, led by […]
Two-thirds of the Sierra Nevada precipitation is snow, much of which falls when the temperature is just below 0°C. Therefore, a few degrees increase in […]
Managing California’s Water Water management in California currently lacks a broad and consistent water management accounting and modeling capability that allows policy makers to meet […]
Message from Acting Director Paul Wright CITRIS was created to maintain California ’s leadership in safety, security, health and prosperity, and our Intelligent Infrastructures thrust […]