In its digital inventory, ARGO collects and manages structural data about bridges, overpasses, viaducts and tunnels in real time.
The installation of IoT sensors allows data to be collected to assess and monitor the “health” of the works. Drones equipped with extremely high resolution video cameras and LIDAR lasers perform a three-dimensional scan of the work, transforming it into millions of georeferenced points in space that can be associated with each individual component.
The simplified BIM, generated by the data contained in the digital inventory, supports the operator in the digital examination of the work during inspection. It is flanked by the 3D Digital Twin, obtained by dressing the cloud of points with the photographs taken by the drones.
The operator can carry out remote inspections thanks to the careful reconstruction provided by the digital twin and the application of artificial intelligence algorithms that allow for the timely analysis of the drones’ photographs and the identification of the defects associated with the infrastructure components.
The Mobile App assists the inspector in field and remote activities, inserting the defect (or lack thereof) for each infrastructure component, complete with photographs and a precise positioning on the individual components of the work.
accurate and continuous of the works under concession.
and control of the data generated by the assets.
of monitoring, inspection and maintenance.
safe travel and fewer extraordinary closures.
This is the digital archive based on IBM Maximo technology, integrated in Italy with the MIT AINOP system. It allows for the definition of data governance instruments and the control of data, quality of information and processes. The data represents the asset and its parts: attributes, classifications and collocations identify the work in its context.
The simplified Building Information Modelling is generated starting from the data present in the database. It supports the operator in examining the asset during the inspection process.
Through the app, the operator examines the work and inserts all the inspection information: from the defect detected to the relevant photographs and data on the precise positioning. It checks that all components are inspected before the process is concluded: thus the activity, in compliance with the guidelines given by the Superior Council of Public Works, proceeds in complete safety.
The 3D digital twin of each asset. It is carried out using drones equipped with video cameras and extremely high resolution LIDAR lasers that perform a three-dimensional scan of the work in millions of georeferenced points associated with the relevant real photographs. The result: a careful, all-digital reconstruction of the infrastructure.
The IoT sensors installed on the infrastructures monitor their “health”. They generate data that is recorded automatically on the platform and flows into the system in aggregated form, providing precise indicators for assessment. The possibility of drill-down is envisaged on the individual components of the work.
technologies integrated into the platform.
of mapped motorway network.
structures with a Digital Twin.
digitised bridges and viaducts.