Matthias Flurl

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The planning of large infrastructure projects such as inner-city subway tracks is a highly collaborative process in which numerous experts from different domains are involved. While performing the planning task, widely differing scales have to be taken into consideration, ranging from the kilometer scale for the general routing of the track down to the(More)
The planning of large infrastructure facilities such as inner-city subway tracks requires the consideration of widely differing scales, ranging from the kilometer scale for the general routing of the track down to the centimeter scale for detailed design of connection points. On the one hand this implies the utilization of both, Geographic Information(More)
For the planning of large infrastructure projects, such as tunnelled inner-city carriageways, completely different scales have to be considered – ranging from the scale of several kilometres for the general routing of the carriageway down to centimetre scale for the detailed planning of individual track nodes. However, today’s planning software hardly(More)
Computer-aided collaborative and multi-scale 3D planning are challenges for complex railway and subway track infrastructure projects in the built environment. Many legal, economic, environmental, and structural requirements have to be taken into account. The stringent use of 3D models in the different phases of the planning process facilitates communication(More)
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