The British Ports Association Conference, hosted by Port of Tyne in Newcastle, is held on 9-12 October. Our 3D Asset Management Specialist Ville Mäkeläinen is attending the conference and is available for meetings; great opportunity to discuss how your port could benefit from top-notch 3D data and the extraordinary VRT BIM Online Service. Call +358445132222 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book your meeting. See you in Newcastle!
German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure arranged an event for construction inspectors in Koblenz on 11-12 September. The goal of the event was to exchange experiences and ideas between colleagues and spread information about the latest technical development in the field of construction inspections.
VRT has done a project in Hamburg, where 3 bridges were inspected with multibeam sonar technology. VRT’s representative Andreas Plank and Dipl.-Ing. Christiane Thiel presented the results in the event. Especially the level of detail in the visualisations and the functionality and user-friendliness of the VRT BIM Online Service were well received by the audience.
VRT’s two 3D Asset Management Specialists are attending the Baltic Ports Conference held in Szczecin, Poland on 6 -7 September. They give a presentation on the subject “Port infrastructure maintenance and digitalisation as a competitive advantage” and will be available for discussions or meetings during the conference. If interested about booking a meeting, send contact form on the upper right corner of this page. See you in Szczecin!
We are attending the 26th ICOLD World Congress organized in Vienna in the first week of July. You can find us there on 2 July – 5 July together with the representative of Dam Technology Companies Finland, with whom we actively cooperate to promote dam and hydropower safety in Finland and internationally. Meet us in Vienna, or join the discussion in Twitter at @VRT_ltd, @ICOLDCIGB, ja @FINCOLD_Finland with #ICOLD2018!
Finnish Port delves in digitalisation (14.8.2018)
Finnish technology aiding Europe’s large ports (in Finnish)
Underwater inspections performed at Port of Turku (in Finnish)
Experts investigating the Stone Bridge (in German)