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No Holding Back: Infrastructure Engineers Push for BIM Standards

Thursday, May 18th, 2017
JONATHAN RIONDET, AEC Solutions, Dassault Systèmes

“BIM must extend beyond buildings to support infrastructure and Smart Cities” JONATHAN RIONDET, AEC Solutions, Dassault Systèmes

“BIM must extend beyond buildings to support infrastructure and Smart Cities” JONATHAN RIONDET, AEC Solutions, Dassault SystèmesMuch of the productivity-boosting potential of BIM for transforming the AEC industries has been inspired by the use of digital mockups in the manufacturing and aerospace industries.
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INFOGRAPHIC: Future Directions in Architecture

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Architecture is at the crossroads of technology, society, and material sciences. As illustrated by The Economist in the infographic below, the major trends dramatically influencing the future of our built environment are:

Robots augmenting the construction workforce: 3D printing, drones, and wearable exoskeletons.

Flexible design extending the lifespan of infrastructure: the circular economy and adaptability.

New materials giving rise to bigger and greener buildings: graphene, carbon-negative cement production, and multi-physics simulation.

The built environment becoming intelligent and automated: big data, AI, autonomous utility equipment, and automated city services enabled by sensors.

Driverless vehicles reshaping our cities: less car ownership, less need for parking.
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Making Cities Bigger and Better

Friday, November 4th, 2016

By Catherine Bolgar

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iStock_95030039_SMALL-768x499 By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities, the United Nations Human Settlements Program forecasts.

Meanwhile cities themselves are growing, with the number of megacities—those with populations greater than 10 million—expected to hit 41 by 2030, up from 28 today and just 10 in 1990.

The challenge is how to make sprawling, dense cities livable, sustainable and efficient for residents. But priorities for livability aren’t easy to define.

“If you have an older population, then things they see as priorities may be different than in a city with a huge number of young people,” says Stephen Hammer, manager of climate policy for the World Bank Group in Washington, DC.

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Simulation Helps Save the World’s Architectural Heritage

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

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The urge to become an engineer hits many people early on in life. Dr. Hicham Fihri-Fassi first felt the call as a young high school student. “I’ve always liked to innovate, and engineering enabled me to do just that,” he says.
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Reimagining Urban Planning with 3DEXPERIENCity: New urban morphologies for connected work- and lifestyles

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

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3DEXPERIENCity, Wind Simulation for Singapore City, Singapore

3DEXPERIENCity, Wind Simulation for Singapore City, Singapore

Traditional models of urbanism are challenged today by the growing and increasingly diversified population in cities. Urban planners will find they need a new planning model that takes into consideration the needs of hyper-dense cities. They will need to re-think how we imagine, plan, design, analyze, simulate, realize and manage cities in order to better plan for the future. New urban planning tools also are needed to foster better communication among governments, business and citizens.

One solution with the potential to transform urban planning is the 3DEXPERIENCE city map. By creating a data-rich virtual model of the city in all its complexity, and linking it back to actual existing conditions in real-time, we can understand through simulations the potential effects of various systemic changes before implementing them.

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Benefits of Virtual Design and Construction to Civil Construction Projects

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

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The ability to visualize the built environment is critical to the design and construction of civil construction projects. While 3D simulation is widely used in the design phase of infrastructure projects, it is still gaining momentum in the construction phase.

Advancements in 3D and 4D simulation technology, however, now make it possible for project stakeholders to better visualize the construction process of complex buildings and infrastructure projects. This advanced visual communication provides a valuable asset to the building design process and is one that civil engineering projects should adopt.

More construction project sites now use virtual design and construction simulation. Virtual simulation provides a 3D and 4D computer-generated representation and offers a very realistic view of buildings, bridges, infrastructure, and other graphical models.

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Watch the “Civil Design” Industry Process Experience at Work

Friday, March 25th, 2016

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In this video, you’ll see an in-depth example of how a civil engineer can use the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to design a railway/bridge structure.

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The process begins by either leveraging the included Civil Engineering Catalogues (i.e. smart tools, reusable components, and IFC-compliant objects which speed up the creation of the skeleton), or the design can start from scratch.

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Collaborative, Efficient Design Processes with “Civil Design for Fabrication”

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

A Growing Global Infrastructure

As the global population continues to rise, worldwide spending on civil engineering projects is expected to grow. Emerging markets such as China, the Middle East, and Latin America will be looking to facilitate rapid increases in infrastructure projects quickly and cost-effectively.

To keep pace, civil engineering and infrastructure professionals will need to address industry challenges, such as managing costs and schedules, reducing waste, and improving efficiency.

One key reason for inefficiency in AEC infrastructure projects is fragmentation. An integrated, collaborative environment would eliminate fragmentation, address business challenges, achieve higher quality, and improve efficiency.

Civil Design for Fabrication does just that:

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Civil Design Case Study: Yanggao South Road Tunnel

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

The following article is excerpted from Civil Design Innovation, a whitepaper developed by Dassault Systèmes and SMEDI. To read more, download the full whitepaper here


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Yanggao South Road Tunnel

The reconstruction of the Yanggao South Road covered the area between the current Century Highway and the Pujian Road cross-route bridge, and measures a total of 1.95km (1.2 mi).

The road, tunnel structure, Zhangjiabin Bridge, rain sewage pipeline, traffic sign and lines, signal lights, ventilation, monitoring system, power transmission and distribution, architecture, greening, and related equipment—as well as the initial greening and pipeline relocation—cost RMB ¥1.455 Billion in construction and installation, with the total investment amounting to RMB ¥2.47 Billion [USD $386 Million].

Yanggao South Road Tunnel 3DEXPERIENCE

The Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform version R2015x was selected as the BIM platform for the entire process. SMEDI realized the following benefits by adopting the 3DEXPERIENCE platform:

Data Security

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Civil Design Case Study: Ganjiang Second Bridge

Thursday, December 31st, 2015

The following article is excerpted from Civil Design Innovation, a whitepaper developed by Dassault Systèmes and SMEDI. To read more, download the full whitepaper here


SMEDI is particularly strong in designing bridges, having designed almost all the major bridges in Shanghai. Of course, SMEDI’s work goes way beyond the city of Shanghai. One notable example is the Ganjiang Second Bridge in Jiangxi Province, which has a “fish-like” design that fits very well within the surrounding landscape.

The complex structure of the bridge comprises of a steel upper part, a concrete lower structure and in the middle, a mixed concrete and steel section.

Ganjiang Second Bridge 3DEXPERIENCE

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