On Wednesday, March 29th, the Head Research Group, consisting of Sajjad Safari, Wael Aloqaily, Qozeem Abiona, and Prof. Head, embarked to Fairfax, Virginia to conduct remote bridge monitoring tests. This is part of the CIAMTIS project on “Multi-robot teaming for inspection of hydraulic structures” with Prof. Lattanzi at George Mason University. Our objective is to “stich” together the structural details above the water with the robot-captured images underwater to characterize bridge conditions to support bridge inspections underwater as we build a digital twin model. Our deformations measurements will be used to calibrate our models to represent in-situ behavior and condition states. Another great day for field testing!