Shotcrete and Tunnel Lining Quality Control
Trimble's robotic and scanning total stations reduce field time by automating the data collection process when performing shotcrete and tunneling lining checks. Provide clients with detailed reports verifying tunnel designs using Trimble Business Center Tunneling.
Efficient and Accurate Tunnel Excavation Surveys
Provide construction operators efficient set-out and excavation positioning using Trimble Access Tunnels field software and S series total stations. Once excavation has been performed, automated as-built profiles reduce manual operator tasks and increase the tunnel construction efficiency.
Bever Field Controller - Tunnel software for Trimble total station
This tablet software gives wireless control of total station for advanced underground use.
- Tunnel model in LandXML format, project data from Bever Team Online software
- Navigation to a known station or free station
- Setting out new fixed points
- Stake out bolts from a drill pattern or coordinate file
- Measuring in points in tunnel
- Scanning option
Bever Control AS is a specialist company providing computer based guidance and control systems for drilling jumbos used in the tunneling and mining industries. The Company is a world leader in this field, and has more than 35 years of experience with computer controlled jumbos. Bever Control AS has pioneered the use of robot and computer technology in tunneling and mining, and this has become the technological foundation for the company.
The Mumbai Coastal Road Project
The Mumbai Coastal Road Project, initiated by Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) in October 2018, aimed to build an 8-lane, 29.2 km long freeway along Mumbai’s western coastline, connecting Marine Lines to Kandivali. The estimated cost of the project, considering the delays due to environment clearance issues and COVID-19 crisis is ₹14,000 crore ($2.1 billion).
Tunnel Beneath the Bay
For decades, California's Hetch Hetchy water system has supplied water to the San Francisco Bay Area. But the aging system is nearing the end of its useful life and is seismically vulnerable. Constructing a solution requires accurate, nerve-racking surveying.
The New Link
A team of Belgian surveyors seamlessly adopt a new class of instrument midway through a large, multi-modal transportation project in Belgium, after problems arose from reliance on legacy surveying tools and methods. Adoption of the Trimble SX10 solved the issues and provided the surveyors with new options for rapid collection of 3D data.