The ability to visualize and plan complex transportation projects is crucial for completing projects the scales required to serve the rapidly-growing infrastructure needs of the urban environment. 3D technology has contributed to the success of transportation projects by providing easier collection of data and quicker, more accurate visualization. By sharing this data and implementing sustainable processes, rail and road projects can take advantage of this collaborative working strategy. In this session, hear how the latest in 3D visualization is being put to work on large-scale infrastructure projects and how complex workflows are being digitized.
Jack Desloge, VDC Manager, VIATechnik
Complex transportation projects involve multiple parties and a varied set of stakeholders from design teams, construction teams, and the local community. Better project outcomes require better planning and communication – through 4D simulations, information can be conveyed and analyzed much better. This presentation will share 4D best practices as it relates to the transportation industry.
Session moderated by Iain McLeman, Senior Director, Mobility Simulation Group, Bentley.
Session format includes brief presentations followed by a moderated panel discussion and audience Q&A.