“For the construction of Maasvlakte 2 we looked for a way to completely trace the process including its interrelations inside the contract. After some research we found Relatics. The structured design of the database, the good intake of Relatics and the support during the configuration have resulted in a contract for the realization of Maasvlakte 2 that was met in time, with manageable risks and was completed within budget.”
We experience the high degree of control related to the various processes managed by different persons in Relatics as a huge advantage. In addition, it is very nice to always have access to a tool such as Relatics, even from home, tablet or smartphone.
The convenience to generate forms and overviews has ensured that information has been used in a uniform manner by all employees involved. I will definitely look at the possibilities of Relatics for the next project.”
Raymond van der Stelt, Havenbedrijf Rotterdam N.V.
On Thursday the 26th of June we will organize an all-day event to give customers the opportunity to gain a more in-depth understanding of Relatics.
Next to a number of sessions organized by Relatics, various speakers from our customer network will share their experiences. There are plenty of opportunities to exchange knowledge. Organizations that will give a presentation include Arcadis, Antea Group, ARGE Fahrbahn Transtec Gotthard (tunnel), BAM Utiliteitsbouw, Ballast Nedam, Gemeente Nijmegen, Heijmans, ICOP, Infranea, Rotterdam World Gateway (Containerterminal), Semmtech and Waterschap Rivierenland.
In addition we will officially launch Relatics 5.0. Besides new features this release will contain the most radical change since the introduction of Relatics. We are pleased to demonstrate the completely new possibilities that the software can offer to you.
For additional information on the customer day you can contact us at +31 180 413 047 or email@example.com.
Last April, CIMdata organized the workshop “European Systems Engineering and Simulation and Analysis” in Bad Homburg, Germany. During this workshop trends, experiences and ideas on Systems Engineering were discussed.
Leo van Ruijven of Croon Elektrotechniek was one of the keynote speakers. In his presentation the development of a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) framework was explained that is based on the ISO 15926 and ISO 15288 standards.
By using this MBSE framework an information system can be configured to support the Systems Engineering processes. This framework has been implemented in major infrastructure projects in the Netherlands using Relatics. During the presentation the added value of Relatics for Model-Based Systems Engineering was shown.
More information on the workshop can be found here.
Nijmegen urgently needed a second bridge across the River Waal. The new city bridge must provide for better access and improve air quality in and around the city. Bouwcombinatie Stadsbrug Nijmegen (BSN), consisting of BAM Civiel and Max Bögl Nederland, is providing the design, construction and 25 years of maintenance for the ‘De Oversteek’ City Bridge. The municipal authority uses Relatics to support the contract management for this complex contract.
In the run-up to the award of the contract, the municipal authority faced a number of matters that it wanted to organise well during the preparation of the realisation phase. Bas Heijnen, test coordinator/auditor at the ‘De Oversteek’ City Bridge Project Organisation of Nijmegen municipal authority explains: ‘This is a big project with many information flows; internal, between the client and the supplier, and to third parties. In order to monitor correct execution of the contract, we have to save, manage and access all this information reliably, effectively and transparently. Insight into the complete route and context, from requirements to test results, is then essential.’
Relatics has developed three complete new training courses in recent months. With these courses, we respond to the needs and signals of our users and offer the possibility of making even better use of Relatics.
Firstly, there is now an online version of the basic course. This course is especially for people who do want to follow a training course, but do not have the opportunity to free up three full days for this. All the teaching material has been processed to make it ideally matched to following a training course online. We also offer one-to-one supervision by a permanent trainer to ensure progress and quality. You decide for yourself how you want to divide up the course and fit it into your agenda, and which times of the day or the week suit you best.