The aim of this research programme is to better understand how to free and enrich data to and from asset management systems.

This Call builds on results from the 2015 Call and aims for a wider implementation among individual CEDR members with practical results in different use cases. It also explores new territories which are of interest of CEDR members such as scanning and sensor techniques.

Generally speaking, there are two main topics of interest for CEDR:

  1. Information management over the life cycle
  2. Extensibility to legacy assets

Following an open Call between 14 December 2018, and 29 March 2019, the Programme Executive Board subsequently selected two successful projects.

AMSFree – Exchange and exploitation of data from Asset Management Systems using vendor free format

Project Partners: University of applied Sciences (UAS Ka) (Germany, coordinator), Infrastructure Management Consultants GmbH (IMC) (Switzerland), INGEO (Netherlands), Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum (RUB) (Germany).

Project results:

CoDEC – Connected Data for Effective Collaboration

Project Partners: Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) (United Kingdom, coordinator), BRRC (Belgium), ZAG (Slovenia), Bexel Consulting (Slovenia), LNEC (Portugal), Royal HaskoningDHV (RHDHV) (Netherland), Forum of European National Highway Research Laboratories (FEHRL) (Belgium).

CoDEC’s website can be found here.

Project results:

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