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Going Digital in Roads


Leveraging Digital Twins from Concept to Operations


Hear industry experts discuss the importance of BIM, 3D modeling,
and digital twins, and how digital twins can benefit every aspect of your road
or bridge project from design through construction and into operations.

Accelerate Your Pace of Possible with Digital Twins

Digital twins will redefine how we design, build, and operate our roads. Imagine how well your assets could be managed if the as-built condition is always up to date. If multidiscipline design and construction teams work as one and deliver data to support operations. If sensor readings and other data provide timely operational insights to support both maintenance and capital improvements.


Funnel

Drive efficiency with multidiscipline workflows for roads and bridges. 

Integration

Empower the supply chain to help you meet project and operational goals. 

Performance

Improve asset performance through more timely and informed decisions.

Aspirational User Stories

Govt of Malaysia

Government of Malaysia

The government of Malaysia leveraged digital twins to deliver trusted information for better project and asset management.

Aecom

AECOM

AECOM empowered a multidiscipline design team to design a Florida highway crossing project and improved traffic operations and safety.

Illinos

Illinois DOT

Illinois DOT made it safer to move oversized loads on the state's highways, saving time and money on bridge evaluations and vehicle permits.

Foth

Foth

Foth’s innovative road infrastructure design for the City of Cedar Falls, Iowa improved safety, increased access, and contributed to the revitalization of the community.

Foth

Italferr

Digital twins helped Italferr reduce design costs, accelerate design decisions, increase accuracy, and improve communication on a new bridge project.

Foth

JMC2

Digital twins and the design ingenuity of JMC2 allowed the City of Torrance to remake a historic street into an active transportation and ADA-compliant corridor.