The consortium commissioned for this research programme, entitled INTERLINK, INformation managemenT for European Roads using LINKed data, comprises a research institute (TNO from the Netherlands), engineering and asset management consultants (ROD from Ireland and Royal HaskoningDHV from the Netherlands), ICT consultants and software companies (AEC3 from Germany, Trimble Solutions Sandvika from Norway, interactive instruments from Germany, and Semmtech from the Netherlands), and a national BIM implementation body (planen-bauen 4.0 from Germany).
|INTERLINK members||Country||Size (no of employees)|
|Coordinator: The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)||The Netherlands||2800|
|Partner 2: Roughan & O'Donovan Consulting Engineers||Ireland||130|
|Partner 3: Royal HaskoningDHV||The Netherlands||7000|
|Partner 4: AEC3 Deutschland GmbH||Germany||5|
|Partner 5: Trimble Solutions Sandvika||Norway||84|
|Partner 6: Semmtech||The Netherlands||20|
|Partner 7: interactive instruments Gesellschaft für Software Entwicklung mbH||Germany||20|
|Partner 8: planen-bauen 4.0||Germany||5|
Bart Luiten and Aonghus O'Keeffe are presenting at a Construction IT Alliance event in Dublin on May 16th. The event title is Ireland’s Committment to a Common Collaborative Framework of Open BIM Standards. It is one of a series of event on Digital Transition. Our presentation is entitled The INTERLINK Approach – Using open standards for road asset information management.