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Structural health monitoring (SHM) is a crucial aspect of modern infrastructure management, providing real-time data on structural integrity. The reliability of SHM systems is a significant concern as it can impact the effectiveness of the system. This literature review investigates current research on SHM system reliability. The review highlights the importance of appropriate sensor selection and placement, advanced signal processing, and effective noise filtering. The review also emphasizes the significance of regular calibration and maintenance to ensure long-term reliability. The review suggests that SHM systems can be highly reliable when appropriately implemented, but further research is needed to examine the long-term reliability and efficacy of these systems.