In India, poor infrastructure is a growth hurdle. Many empirical studies link growth in GDP to availability of scalable and world-class infrastructure.
Roads, highways, mass transport systems, power generation capability, bridges, ports are all areas where nation has to get on an accelerated path, if it is to be counted as a major economic powerhouse of the world.
The infrastructure industry in India is at various stages of maturity in terms of usage of technology and global competitiveness. There is an opportunity for companies to evolve and adapt to new generation technology without going through some of the intermediate stages that companies in other parts of the world would have had to. One such opportunity is 3D modelling.
Design tools and technologies such as the 3D Experience Platform allow all stakeholders to participate in every element of project conceptualisation, detailed design, study of impact, usage of lean/green practices, material and design compliance, etc.
Using design technologies, it is possible today to simulate how displacements would impact habitat, transportation and other allied services–be it in an urban area or in the hinterland. This in itself is a huge help–enabling projects to factor in these aspects and socialise with the affected audiences, and thereby ensuring projects come up on time and within budget.
Such 3D visualisation and design technologies also helps in studying the viability and feasibility of some of the most complex projects.
Infrastructure investment in terms of designing for growth is crucial. Designing in infrastructure underpins
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