Léa Loucas, BIM Manager at SNCF Réseau, explains how Building Information Modelling (BIM) has been used within the EOLE railway infrastructure project, and how this tool has helped to identify ‘clashes’ and avoid expensive problems.
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Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Pierre Tane (UIC), Dr. Gilles Dessagne (SNCF Réseau), Dr. Bob Janssen (EULYNX) and Airy Magnien (UIC), discuss the evolution of technology in implementing conceptual models of the railway system and the multifaceted advantages they can generate.
Andy Billington, Innovation and Sustainability Expert at Rail Baltica, explores what options there are to deploy sensor technology along the project’s infrastructure and what potential there is for building a ‘digital native’ railway.
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Digital twins are redefining how rail and transit infrastructure is designed, built, and operated. Watch this webinar, in association with Bentley Systems, to learn how leveraging digital twins today, can help you work smarter and deliver better networks for tomorrow.
Rail and transit overhead line electrification design and engineering is often complex – you need an application that makes your life easier.
Robbie Pretorius, Transport Head of Services – Australia at SNC-Lavalin, explains how the effective use of Information Management is improving the outcome of Australia’s Inland Rail project by ensuring all stakeholders get the assets and information they need, when they need it.
Evgeny Charkin, Deputy Managing Director, Digital Transformation and Information Technology, of Russian Railways (RZD) explains how digital technologies are at the heart of the company’s development, increasing efficiency, improving quality of services and aiding contactless interaction.
Siemens Mobility will install an electronic interlocking signalling system at 68 stations, covering 450km of the island’s approximately 1,110km total railway network.
The agreement means that SNCF and DB will pool their knowhow on technologies and digitalisation to build the railway system of the future.
Kaspars Briškens, Head of Strategy and Development at the Rail Baltica joint venture, RB Rail AS, explores some of the long-term benefits that the Rail Baltica project must achieve with the help of innovation, digitalisation and sustainable greenfield infrastructure development.
The contract, amounting to a total of €10.8 million, will involve Prointec being responsible for the design, engineering and supervision of the 93.5km stretch of railway line.