Groupe Gorge

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Groupe Gorge is an independent group that specialises in hightech industries with a strong entrepreneurial culture. The Group focuses on three sectors: smart safety systems with ECA Group, protection of high-risks installations with Vigians ans Seres Technologies, as well 3D printing with Prodways Group.

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DIGITAL ENGINEERING IS NEEDED TO REACH UK ZERO-CARBON GOALS

PBC Today | November 05, 2020

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It may appear the 2050 zero-carbon deadline is far off in the future. However, if we are to eliminate all carbon-based sources of energy throughout the UK, work must begin now on a whole-system approach, Bryan Palmer, senior civil engineer at Burns & McDonnell explores. Engineering will be key to success as the UK moves towards meeting its zero-carbon goals by 2050, and digital technologies will be at the core of an engineering-led approach. With the right model, we can optimise energy syste...

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CONNECTED DRONES: THE NEXT TECHNOLOGY ADVANCE FOR WIND TURBINE INSPECTIONS

Windpower Engineering & Development | February 24, 2020

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Drone inspections play a vital role in preventive maintenance of vertical structures, ships, worksites and horizontal infrastructure like railroad tracks and power lines. Therefore, connected drones are the next phase of this technology. In the near future, the main mode of operations for unmanned aerial vehicles will be autonomous flights, beyond sight line of any pilot. Automation plus emerging 5G cellular networks can make the work of inspecting wind turbines far faster and also yield better ...

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AUTODESK LAUNCHES NEW MODEL COORDINATION WORKFLOW BETWEEN TWO FLAGSHIP PRODUCTS, NAVISWORKS AND BIM

Autodesk | September 23, 2020

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Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) today announced it has launched a new model coordination workflow between two of its flagship products, Navisworks and BIM 360 Model Coordination, both of which are widely used by architects, engineers and construction teams. The new integration further strengthens Autodesk Construction Cloud by enabling construction teams to manage the entire model coordination workflow including clash detection and issues management in a common data environment from within a singl...

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CITB PLEDGES TO SUPPORT CONSTRUCTION WORKERS IN FACE OF CORONAVIRUS

CITB | March 20, 2020

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The Construction Industry Training Board has pledged to do all it can to offer coronavirus support to construction workers, apprentices and trainees. The CITB has closed four National Construction Colleges and cancelled spring roadshows. The spring roadshows are being replaced by a series of online webinar alternatives. All training at NCC sites at Bircham Newton, Erith, Inchinnan and Kings Norton ended on Tuesday, with full closure planned for today, allowing time for trainees to arrange to lea...

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DIGITAL ENGINEERING IS NEEDED TO REACH UK ZERO-CARBON GOALS

PBC Today | November 05, 2020

It may appear the 2050 zero-carbon deadline is far off in the future. However, if we are to eliminate all carbon-based sources of energy throughout the UK, work must begin now on a whole-system approach, Bryan Palmer, senior civil engineer at Burns & McDonnell explores. Engineering will be key to success as the UK moves towards meeting its zero-carbon goals by 2050, and digital technologies will be at the core of an engineering-led approach. With the right model, we can optimise energy syste...

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CONNECTED DRONES: THE NEXT TECHNOLOGY ADVANCE FOR WIND TURBINE INSPECTIONS

Windpower Engineering & Development | February 24, 2020

Drone inspections play a vital role in preventive maintenance of vertical structures, ships, worksites and horizontal infrastructure like railroad tracks and power lines. Therefore, connected drones are the next phase of this technology. In the near future, the main mode of operations for unmanned aerial vehicles will be autonomous flights, beyond sight line of any pilot. Automation plus emerging 5G cellular networks can make the work of inspecting wind turbines far faster and also yield better ...

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AUTODESK LAUNCHES NEW MODEL COORDINATION WORKFLOW BETWEEN TWO FLAGSHIP PRODUCTS, NAVISWORKS AND BIM

Autodesk | September 23, 2020

Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) today announced it has launched a new model coordination workflow between two of its flagship products, Navisworks and BIM 360 Model Coordination, both of which are widely used by architects, engineers and construction teams. The new integration further strengthens Autodesk Construction Cloud by enabling construction teams to manage the entire model coordination workflow including clash detection and issues management in a common data environment from within a singl...

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CITB PLEDGES TO SUPPORT CONSTRUCTION WORKERS IN FACE OF CORONAVIRUS

CITB | March 20, 2020

The Construction Industry Training Board has pledged to do all it can to offer coronavirus support to construction workers, apprentices and trainees. The CITB has closed four National Construction Colleges and cancelled spring roadshows. The spring roadshows are being replaced by a series of online webinar alternatives. All training at NCC sites at Bircham Newton, Erith, Inchinnan and Kings Norton ended on Tuesday, with full closure planned for today, allowing time for trainees to arrange to lea...

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