Building tomorrow’s smart infrastructures today
Digital engineering is playing a crucial role in the rail transport sector to address climate change and improve the overall performance of assets. Using advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and 3D modelling, engineers can optimise operations, reduce energy consumption and minimise environmental impact. By collecting and analysing data in real time, they can anticipate breakdowns, optimise maintenance and improve the efficiency of transport systems.
Digital engineering also opens up new possibilities for the design and construction of more sustainable railways and more energy-efficient vehicles. In short, it is essential for shaping a more environmentally-friendly and efficient future for rail transport.
THE POWER OF DATA FOR INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
Data is a fundamental resource for managing assets. Thanks to Building Information Modelling (BIM), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and, more generally, the democratisation of the object approach in our businesses, it is possible to build a virtual asset before the physical asset, for which data is the main resource.
The more qualitative and relevant they are, the better organised they are and the more effective the virtual asset.
It can be used from the design and construction phases onwards, and will feed into the future digital twins of rail infrastructure operators and maintainers, increasing their ability to simulate and test the efficiency of their assets during the operating phase.
A digital twin’s architecture will be made up of all the information systems capable of hosting and managing the data needed to operate the intelligent infrastructure.
These virtual assets will have their own patrimonial value, inseparable from the value of the physical assets.
As a result, the performance of an intelligent asset will depend as much on the quality of the physical asset and its virtual asset as on their connection.
SUPPORT YOU TO IMPLEMENT THE DIGITAL TWIN
Improving information management
We help you build the requirements for a digital twin.
Enhancing the performance of your assets
We manage your assets and limit the carbon footprint of your infrastructures.
Creating the virtual asset
We support you in building your Asset Information Model.
SYSTRA meets both international and local requirements when it comes to digital engineering. With over 700 BIM experts worldwide we support our clients by providing them with reliable data. We are a recognised player, having been awarded 4 years in a row (Bim in One Click Toulouse, Bogota, HS2) for our projects.
OUR COMMITMENT TO MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR ASSETS
Thinking about how we build infrastructure to ensure it is sustainable and efficient is important. Building these future assets is a commitment:
- to create high-quality data structured around recognised standards that can be exploited by tomorrow’s digital twin technologies.
- to assert our railway culture by exploiting data to take account of the entire infrastructure lifecycle, with the aim of delivering infrastructure that maximises the overall performance of assets.
- to invest in innovation to develop OpenBIM standards and solutions for better management of virtual assets throughout their lifecycle.
Discover our solutions for creating, managing and exploiting data throughout the lifecycle of your infrastructures