Victoria Shamraeva, Evgeniy Savinov


Introduction: The article addresses the business processes of the construction and operation of linear road sections. In the course of the study, we analyzed the geographic information system (GIS) of Avtodor company (developer: Indor-Soft, Tomsk) and its use in the operation and maintenance of transport infrastructure facilities at such road sections. In particular, we studied the construction of the Far West Krasnodar Bypass (FWKB), which is part of the North-South transport corridor, and its implementation by means of InfraBIM modeling. Purpose of the study: We aimed to describe the structured GIS database of Avtodor company by connecting various InfraBIM tools for the purposes of data generation and road model update. Methods: Analyzing the GIS of Avtodor company when using an InfraBIM model of road infrastructure, we studied the following: use of GIS features at the facility; asynchronous editing and selection of data without access to the Internet; database update. Results: InfraBIM models of linear road sections, developed in the implementation of such projects as the FWKB, make it possible to optimize time and save money when planning and introducing measures during the operation of transport infrastructure facilities.


BIM modeling, road information model, geographic information system, transport infrastructure, digital transformation of roads, InfraBIM for road construction and maintenance.

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