Digitalisation impacts all phases of infrastructure projects: from the design phase to execution and operation. For many years, new technologies have been progressively deployed on construction sites, offering ever greater gains in productivity and s...

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The range of tools available today is powerful and varied but does not always correspond to the needs of industrial infrastructure managers: this was the starting point for Altametris to create its platform.

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The digitization of the building and public works trades is under way. The trades involved in the design, construction and operation of mobility, transport, water and energy infrastructure are experiencing rapid changes in practices. This new way of ...

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The work environment for which Infrakit was designed for is quite extensive and diverse. Many different parties are involved in infra construction processes: infra owners, designers, contractors, and sub-contractors.This article explains in a nutshel...

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As a recognised player in BIM infrastructure, FUTURMAP is supporting the SNCF in their national project to make all of its existing assets accessible to people with reduced mobility.  

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To move up a gear, we need to approach the subject of BIM infrastructure from the point of view of the benefits of this process, and not just from its technological or organisational aspects. 

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The productivity shock brought by new technologies on site has led to a second shock: that of connectivity. The integration of guidance and topography solutions up to the deployment of connected worksite platforms are now possible. Here are some expl...

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The benefits of BIM Infrastructure are numerous. For a long time, BIM Infrastructure has remained in the shadow of BIM Building, but it is now developing rapidly. The setec group supports you at each phase of your project. Explanations.

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InfraBIM Open 2021-22 Lyon

You are welcome to the 4th edition of InfraBIM Open (IBO22), taking place for the first time in France in the begining of 2022. Take this opportunity to measure and capture all the progress in the digital transformation of Infrastructures, thanks to BIM and openBIM.


Today, Infrastructures face an increasing number of requirements: 

  • Environmental efficiency,
  • Sobriety, performances and profitability of the structure throughout its life, from the preliminary project to its life end (PLM),
  • Resilience and increasing user demands,
  • Not forgetting the legal aspects of the use of the data: liability and intellectual property.

Infrastructures - Public Works and Civil Engineering - have been able to meet these challenges, thanks to digital innovation focused on interoperability. Thus, this domain is essential to the economy, both in terms of its production and of the jobs it generates. Infrastructures have entered Industry 4.0 with full force under the « Smart Construction » umbrella. 


IBO21 challenge : « Designing the intelligent city and transport »

Infrastructures, which act as a platform for day-to-day operations, have increased interconnection to digital information systems and networks such as 5G, smart building, IoT. The design and use of Digital Twins will optimize asset management, the use of the infrastructure through a more sustainable and controlled management. Digital technologies at the service of Infrastructures open up new prospects in terms of market, recruitment, savings and even responses to crises and health risks, such as « covid19», through its remote collaborative aspects.

If you are interested in BIM in infrastructures: join the IBO21-22 january 10-12, 2022!

This international professional convention, unique in its kind, gives Infrastructures 4.0 their full place by proposing:

  • feedback from daily practice of openBIM in road, street, tramway, railway and bridge projects, etc. 
  • the public procurement point of view on BIM Infrastructures
  • but also hot topics such as the latest digital applications for Infrastructures
  • analysis and best practices from visionaries, industry leaders from around the world, and operational people.

They were more than 570 participants of 31 different nationalities in 2020: join the 4th edition of InfraBIM Open in 2022 as participant or sponsor!





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