96 Results for "Railway Design"
Industry Talk / London 2018
Interactive Design with Augmented Reality
Soon after the successful launch of PokEmon GO, Royal HaskoningDHV started exploring the applicability of Augmented Reality in engineering consultancy. Early 2017 we presented our first HoloLens Showcase of Heerlen Railway Station in the Netherlands. Initially intended as a new way to present our deliverables to customers, our showcase drew curiosity from a much wider audience: ranging from residents living nearby the railway station to customers new to our business. HoloLens Experience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCSd1eLvxrU Virtual Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQjUW24Qz0I&t=16s Further inspired by the gaming industry, we identified various promising and valuable AR applications for the AEC industry. This led to a development agenda to allow for more integrated design and engineering as well as virtually-guided construction and maintenance. Moreover, we believe that AR will allow us to fully engage both clients and users in a truly co-creative design process. In short, interactive design and engineering with Augmented Reality. Together with various launching customers and in partnership with Cadac Group, we are now developing a suite of applications to allow both engineering consultants and relevant stakeholders to truly interact with holograms including shared view solutions to work from different locations, holographic libraries to select objects and solutions from, and synchronisation solutions to push designs back to Revit. These and similar developments and closely tied to the emergence of Digital Twins for the Built Environment in which Royal HaskoningDHV is seeking to take a leading role. At Royal HaskoningDHV, we believe Augmented Reality will disrupt the AEC industry and will play a pivotal role in realising Digital Twins. We are eagerly looking forward to share our AR development endeavour and deliverables at Autodesk University to a broad audience.
Industry Talk / London 2019
How BIM Enhances Bridge Design Capabilities
SYSTRA expertise in bridge has started developing design capabilities for a High Speed Railway line and for an Elevated Metro line with the system integrated concept of the U-shape viaduct. We are now designing bridge structures for all types of transport modes including long-span bridges such as Chacao bridge in Chile, and road causeways such as The Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Causeway in the gulf of Kuwait. With the US-based company IBT, newly acquired in 2017, SYSTRA has reached in 2018 the 8th rank of the International ENR ranking for bridge engineering.This expertise is strategic to SYSTRA global capacity to deliver mass transit or rail infrastructure worldwide. That's why at the early stage of our BIM deployment we focused in developing internal solutions and design workflows that meet our clients needs and enhance our design efficiency and quality. This class will give you a global view of our internal BIM program for bridge by presenting our design solutions and project applications. The ambition of this program is to increase the efficiency of our engineers and the robustness of our design when creating the bridge assets and is aiming to provide to our client a digital twin of their infrastructure that is fitted for use during operation and maintenance. You will see how our bridge experts have embraced BIM in their design workflows from early stage to construction design using applications such as "BIM in One Click" for linear infrastructures or CABLOA for pre-stressing design.We will also share our feedback on 3D reinforcement design using Revit and its Sofistik plugin for rebar detailing and how to increase the efficiency using design automation. The end of the presentation will be dedicated to looking ahead, exchanging thoughts around application of AI or generative design to bridge, and sharing our initiatives on how to use BIM models for operation and maintenance purposes using our HYPERASSET solution.
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