CEMOSA is carrying out the Technical Assistance to the Project Management in the remodelling of Nudo Norte of the M-30 in Madrid.
In this project, CEMOSA is developing its own BIM models for the digital control of construction and the contracting activity.
To this end, CEMOSA uses augmented reality technology to support and complement its Technical Assistance to Project Management Construction activity. Thanks to the existence of project and site BIM models, and in parallel to the BIM monitoring models that CEMOSA is carrying out, we can use augmented reality through the use of topography and laser scanner devices to make automated checks and carry out agile monitoring.
In this way, augmented reality allows us to combine the real world and the virtual world, providing real-time interaction.
The digital twin generated in the works of the M-30 North Junction has been developed together with the Madrid City Council and ESRI.
You can find out more about the work on this high-capacity road axis at the following link: https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/d7cdd44445404ea2b5c3f8cd0a7ac73e/?draft=true&views=view_17