On September 14th, 2017, Dassault Systèmes held the Greater China AEC Industry Forum in Qingdao, China. Hosting industry leaders from around the country, the forum introduced Dassault Systèmes development strategy and global experience in the construction and energy industries. Participants learned about Dassault Systèmes “3DEXPERIENCE” BIM solution platform, as well as the company’s successes in municipal projects, roads and railways, water conservancy and hydropower projects, and other sectors.
The Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, held in Beijing in May 2017, reaffirmed China’s commitment to promoting the integration of land, sea, air, and the Internet. While promoting metropolitan area development, the “Belt and Road” strategy also focuses heavily on infrastructure development. In this context, Dassault Systèmes is continually improving upon its “3DEXPERIENCE” solutions platform, and is striving to support data integration and coordination across the lifetime of infrastructure projects using 3D data simulation technology and BIM management platforms. This helps companies in design, construction, operation, and other project phases reap the benefits of digital technology.
Dassault Systèmes Vice President Marty Doscher shared insights on the company’s new development trends in construction engineering around the globe.
Mr. Deng Tingfa, director of BIM and construction engineer at the Taiwan-based EPC firm Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Ltd., shared a case study on the Danjiang bridge project.
Mr. Yang Dongsheng, director at the Power Construction Corporation of China’s Northwest Survey Design Institute Digital Engineering Center, described how his company coordinated designs of the Delsi-Tanisagua hydropower project in Ecuador using 3D design software.
Mr. Guo Zheliang, engineer at the Zhejiang Provincial Transportation Planning and Design Institute, shared his experience using BIM software during the design of the Hangzhou North Ringroad – Tianmushan Underpass project. He described how Dassault Systèmes “3DEXPERIENCE” platform enabled the pilot project design to be completed from scratch in only six months.
Mr. Ouyang Juntao, senior engineer at the Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design General Institute’s Department of Roads and Bridges shared his experience with Dassault Systèmes “3DEXPERIENCE” platform, describing how the software vastly increased efficiency during secondary design development.
Deputy Director Wu Weijin of Power Construction Corporation of China’s Chengdu Survey Design Institute’s Digital Engineering Center gave a presentation on “Applications and Research on Smart Engineering Technologies.”
Mr. DONG Liming, Dassault Systèmes engineering consultant introduced the application of DELMIA in road and bridge design simulations.
Dr. Gao Shaowu of Dassault Systèmes introduced the power of SIMULIA/ABAQUS in civil engineering projects.
The forum included an interactive demonstration booth, where participants should try out the “3DEXPERIENCE” platform for themselves using VR technology.