PIONEER A NEW FUTURE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION & CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY
As an offset of DFMA (Design for Manufacturing and Assembly) adoption, construction industries witness an increase in demand for off-site construction methods, with prefabricated components and modular structure, for building development projects.
In order to ease the DFMA adoption, owners and project managers need to perform tasks, anticipate risks and optimize processes within the same physical and virtual environments. Having ‘the designers’, the ‘manufacturers’, ‘the builders’ and ‘the owners’ working together on the same platform and inside the same experiential and virtual ‘twin’ of the project, will enable agile design, full collaboration and virtual exchanges basing on international standards,.
CATIA and Dassault Systèmes are at the state of the art in developing virtual twins for construction professionals, enabling all profiles to be immersed, inside the virtual contexts of their own projects.
While single-source contracting is the main difference between ‘design-build’ processes and former ways, it fosters inherent culture of collaboration.
Discover how top innovators collaborate throughout CATIA and its virtual twin technology to accelerate vertical integration, and generate value for their buildings and infrastructures construction projects
CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURES VIRTUAL TWINS
Facing an increase in demand that will emerge from project complexity, the global ecosystem of civil infrastructures projects are facing adaption issues. The multiplicity of actors working in silos is slowing the value chain at a level that will rapidly generate obsolescence within actors that will not be able to deliver project in time without cost overruns.
The civil infrastructures ecosystem needs not only to digitize the exchanges between each of their stakeholders and providers, but also to completely restructure their processes in order to create a digital continuity and a new value chain more suited to this new environment.
By using CATIA and 3DEXPERIENCE virtual twin technology, civil infrastructures development actors will provide to all stakeholders a true virtual and contextual environment of their project, enabling to break the silos, to anticipate risks, to optimize processes and to achieve operational excellence while seizing opportunities to win market shares.
The civil infrastructure industry is in a process of digitalizing itself, in order to respond to a increasing surge of adaptation for sustainability.
In that context, discover how CATIA accompany all stakeholders of a civil infrastructure project (designers, engineers, owners, and governments) to build and collaborate beyond the limits of traditional project delivery methods.