Seven countries are hosting a parallel programme consisting of four sessions with 15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes discussion, and an overall wrap-up with all speakers.
Below you find the confirmed topics that each country will present. More is yet to come, follow the international LinkedIn-page for the last updates. The sessions are still in arbitrary order!
- Capacity boost – tunnel safety and digitalisation.
- Tunnel digitalization center – digital services for tunnel maintenance.
- Digital transformation of tunnel renovations. Case: Koningstunnel The Hague.
- How to exploit rapid digital innovation in safety-critical application areas.
Theme: New refurbishment techniques
- Renovation tunnels Schiphol – practical lessons.
- Sprayable geopolymer concrete for improvement of fire resistance and upgrading.
- Temporary ventilation and measures to assure air-quality during refurbishment works.
- Refurbishment with a water mist system for the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel in New York City.
Theme: Tunnel safety and security
- New operational road tunnel safety issues.
- Cyber security.
- From innovation to regulation.
- Electric vehicle fires in underground infrastructures.
Theme: Inspection investigation monitoring during service life
- Reflection on Bologna conference Tunnelling 4.0.
- Damages on lining induced by the construction of a new tunnel and the design of refurbishment: a case history.
- Inspection and monitoring for tunnel maintenance: analysis of experimental data.
- Structural and geotechnical monitoring for infrastructural asset management: new prospective.
- Innovations in energy savings: lighting the way!
- Sustainable checklist for tunnel renovation.
Theme: Challenges for infrastructure asset management
- A strategic asset management framework for improving transport infrastructure.
- Cost-benefit analysis for fire, life safety and business continuity.
- Cross-asset, reliability-based life cycle management of tunnels.
- Asset management of tunnels from the BIM perspective.
Theme: Toolbox for the tunnel owner
- Structural health analysis (SHA): getting a grip on the actual residual lifespan of civil structure of tunnels.
- Knowledge system and other tools for the SHA.
- Case: SHA of the Limfjordstunnel.