Sergey Znobishchev, Victoria Shamraeva


Introduction: The subject of the study is transport infrastructure. The paper describes engineering solutions suggested by Hexagon Geosystems Rus and other large companies that conduct construction monitoring using BIM technologies and develop software solutions, services and equipment. It also addresses implementation of such engineering solutions. Purpose of the study: to achieve high level of road maintenance, preserve the existing road network, ensure traffic safety, switch to new methods of infrastructure facilities management by implementing BIM-based projects. Methods: Domestic products keep up with capabilities of modern information technologies and demonstrate BIM capabilities during its use in road infrastructure projects. Russian experts suggest software solutions to create a new environment for economic development, including in the road industry. Results: Documentation based on 3D laser scanning makes it possible to schedule maintenance and repair of transport infrastructure facilities. Data obtained are relevant and objective as the human factor is removed from final drawings and 3D models, thus improving the efficiency of the transport infrastructure facilities management system.


BIM-modeling, transport infrastructure, road information model, geographic information system, digital transformation of roads

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