The latest issue comprises a diverse range of research papers covering various domains and applications. Features 12 papers that delve into different topics, including geotextile deformation analysis, explosion site terrain impact on shock wave propagation, ultrasonic liquid level detection, software test case reduction, power cable temperature monitoring, wind turbine dynamic response testing, and measurement and analysis of transport noise and vibration.

The Editor's Pick provides an extensive review on different regulation strategies employed for the measurement of transport noise and vibration in different Countries around the World. It is amazing how different are the standards, and how complex could be the homogenization process.

The papers in this issue present innovative techniques, methodologies, and algorithms to address challenges in different domains. The research findings provide valuable insights and practical solutions for improving system performance, accuracy, and efficiency. From analyzing software complexity to optimizing wind turbine design and monitoring power cable temperature, these papers demonstrate the broad application of measurements in engineering and their potential for real-world impact. The issue highlights the importance of interdisciplinary research and collaboration, as authors from various fields including structural dynamics, geotechnical engineering, and transportation engineering contribute to the collection.

Overall, the papers presented in this issue contribute significantly to the field, expanding our knowledge and understanding of measurements and applications across various engineering disciplines. They offer valuable insights and practical solutions that can aid researchers, practitioners, and policymakers in tackling complex engineering problems and driving innovation.

Minvydas Ragulskis
Prof. Dr. Minvydas Ragulskis
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, Editor in Chief
June 2023, Pages (71-238)