Monitored by Vision 42 ®
The prestigious sea lock at IJmuiden2016 - present
In the watery middle of a busy lock complex, a new lock is being constructed to reach improved, 24/7 access to the port of Amsterdam. This sea lock, located at IJmuiden in The Netherlands, will cost approximately €1 billion, including maintenance for 26 years. On completion, it will become the largest lock in the world.
Our partner, Iv-Groep, uses the Vision 42 app to continuously monitor the construction work and the stability of the environment. Even the evacuation sirens have been automated by our software. In order to satisfy the extreme alerting requirements, we had to develop a custom expert system. This expert system was the precursor to Deep Thought, our artificial intelligence anomaly detector, which is currently in beta.
Cloudburst tunnels under Copenhagen2019 - present
In the Danish capital, three tunnel segments measuring 3 kilometers in length are under construction with a tunnel boring machine. The buildings along the Strandboulevarden and the Gammel Kalkbrænderi Vej are being monitored closely using the Vision 42 application, taking the machines location into account. The purpose of these tunnels is to drain large quantities of rainfall. The cost associated with this project is DKK 620 million.
Scaling up to country-size2015 - present
The Flemish government partnered with Vision 42 to manage all of their geotechnical data. This level of operation required enterprise integrations, like identity and access management. Our powerful REST application interface is being used to serve geotechnical data on-the-fly to the broad public, through popular web applications like Database Underground Flanders. Their customized version of the Vision 42 app is called Gismo and contains 650 projects and 100.000 sensor time series scattered across Flanders.
Size matters: the Kieldrecht lock2015 - present
With its 500 meter length and its 68 meter width, the Kieldrecht lock is currently the largest lock in the world. It provides passage to the left-bank docks of the port of Antwerp in Belgium.
Five clicks of tunnel boring2018 - present
At a pace of 15 meters a day, a tunnel boring machine has constructed two parallel tunnel tubes of 2.5 kilometer in length. This tunnel is a part of the larger Rijnlandroute project in The Netherlands, with a cost of about €1 billion.
Constructing the Oosterweel link2016 - present
The R1 ring road around Antwerp will finally be closed by this €3.25 billion project. The purposes of this infrastructural project are: fewer traffic congestions, fewer accidents and an improved quality of life in the Antwerp region of Belgium.
Renovation of the Vandamme sea lock2014 - present
This €120 million project relies on Vision 42 for its sensor monitoring. In the picture below, the lifting of a 2.300 metric ton door can be seen. The Pierre Vandamme lock is one of two sea locks providing access to the inner harbour of the port of Zeebrugge in Belgium.