• Liebherr-Werk Nenzing GmbH is a gold sponsor of the DFI-EFFC International Conference.
• Product manager Arno Halbeisen talks about "Deep foundation jobsites of the future: digitization and networking as major strategic factors for information management systems."
• Liebherr presents technologies and digital solutions at booth 108.
Liebherr-Werk Nenzing GmbH is exhibiting at booth 108, and is also gold sponsor of the DFI-EFFC International Conference on Deep Foundations and Ground Improvement at Sapienza University in Rome, Italy, June 5-8, 2018. The Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) and the European Federation of Foundation Contractors (EFFC) announce that Arno Halbeisen of Liebherr-Werk Nenzing GmbH is making a presentation titled "Deep foundation jobsites of the future: digitization and networking as major strategic factors for information management systems".
The conference explores the challenges of upcoming urban infrastructure megaprojects and highlights modern technologies and techniques available to overcome these challenges. Client representatives will present upcoming or in-progress megaprojects such as Rome Metro C, Fehmarn Belt, Grand Paris and the Chennai Metro, as well as the water infrastructure challenges both in Italy and worldwide.
Also featured are presentations from contractors, engineers, researchers and manufacturers (technology providers) on projects and studies related to new technologies, methods of construction, design concepts, equipment, materials and electronics in connection with the developing of Project Information Management System (PIMS), and the Building Information Modeling (BIM) applied to the geotechnical and foundation industry.
Deep Foundation Jobsites of the Future
Liebherr product manager Arno Halbeisen talks about digitization and networking as major strategic factors for information management systems. As key elements of the digital transition, digitization and connectivity encompass a multitude of supportive and directive possibilities throughout the complete life span of a deep foundation jobsite. Information management systems, planning programs and BIM methodology are characteristics of the changing environment and are comprehensive, multilevel, interdisciplinary tools that assist in the decision-making and planning of jobsites. Digital assistance programs enable optimum utilization of resources and significantly contribute to the realization of a smooth ground preparation process.
Added value is generated over the complete life span of the jobsite through close data networking on the planning, execution and evaluation and/or documentation levels. Innovative digitization solutions are deployable, as a standard, for a large variety of deep foundation projects regardless of their complexity or dimension. Hereby the emphasis lies on the benefit of actual data within information management systems and BIM methodology, and their contribution to the success of geotechnical construction projects.
Digitization and networking on the construction site represent significant strategic factors for implementation and operation of information management systems. To illustrate this, Mr. Halbeisen defines digital and networking solutions, information management systems, as well as major challenges concerning IT solutions on construction sites.