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International projects source: SICRIS

Bridge monitoring using real-time data and digital twins for Central Europe

Researchers (4)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  35411  PhD Andrej Anžlin  Civil engineering  Researcher  2023 - 2024  135 
2.  53694  Doron Hekič  Civil engineering  Researcher  2023 - 2024  49 
3.  33101  PhD Mirko Kosič  Civil engineering  Head  2023 - 2024  78 
4.  27532  PhD Maja Kreslin  Civil engineering  Researcher  2023 - 2024  162 
Organisations (3)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  1502  Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute  Ljubljana  5866324000  10,450 
2.  3153  CESTEL Cestni inženiring d.o.o. (Slovene)  TRZIN  5608244000  61 
3.  3809  RIS, Raziskovalno izobraževalno središče Dvorec Rakičan (Slovene)  Murska Sobota  1900145000  43 
Abstract
The project BIM4CE aims to develop a standardized, cost-effective, scalable solution for monitoring ageing bridge infrastructure in Central Europe using real-time data and digital twins. BIM4CE will design a generalized solution for bridge management that is effective enough to help its operators in terms of maintenance decisions yet not too complex and cost intensive. The project explicitly focuses on the scalability of the developed solution. It will consist of hardware and software for data gathering, connectivity infrastructure, data analysis, data storage and decision management. BIM4CE will build on knowledge generated in previous projects. Therefore, the solution will be a mix of already-proven technology and innovative technology (e.g. sensor foils based on organic electronics, digital twin models) that best meet the needs of bridge owners and operators in central Europe. This will help public authorities and infrastructure providers on local, regional, and national level to keep road infrastructure safe. The approach and solutions proposed in BIM4CE will be designed to be also applicable to important assets outside of the examined geographical area and will thus have a wider benefit to the whole European Union.
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