Changing the game with BIM

| August 1, 2019

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The movement toward Building Information Modeling for transportation projects has proponents around the globe, but it has yet to expand into widespread adoption. The reasons include entrenched practices that worked well for a long time, an older generation hesitant to learn new skills, and engineers conservative nature when it comes to technology.



OAS was born in 1976, in Bahia, with operations in the engineering and infrastructure sector. Today, it is a Brazilian private multinational conglomerate that brings together companies present in Brazil and in more than 20 countries


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Article | March 17, 2020

Earlier this month was National Day of Unplugging. Around the globe, people took a 24-hour detox from technology in order to connect more with the people around them. Naturally, the challenge took place from Friday night to Saturday night, because most people are unable to unplug at work. Or are they? We tend to think of the work environment as somewhere where technology is good. We need it in order to get our jobs done. The average office worker will spend almost 1,700 hours a year in front of a computer screen-and office workers will spend an average of a whopping six and a half hours a day at their computer or laptop.

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How Robotaxis Will Change the Way We Move

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EDM set to lead skills development in new £10 million digital engineering centre

Article | February 11, 2020

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