Solutions that enable efficient mobility & transport
Test your design with Computational Fluid Dynamics
Visualise - evaluate - optimise
What if you could test a design digitally before building physically?
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a 3D-technology that allows you to do just that: test, evaluate and optimise designs in a digital model – before starting the real-life commissioning process.
This means that you can catch any glitches in the design plans early on, instead of getting unpleasant surprises when construction is in full swing. It also means that you can optimise the design to make it more cost-efficient.
Ultimately, this can save a lot of time and money.
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Digital Mobility LabWe build upon data-driven insights on user needs and mobility patterns to address great challenges such as climate change and congestion. Here you can find information on our state-of-the-art tools for planners and decision makers, that help managing people flows in a more efficient, healthy and environmentally friendly manner.
Ingenuity talks: Smart mobility
How do we move around the world’s growing and congested cities without increasing air pollution and CO2 emissions? Transport systems need to be smart and sustainable. Listen to Ramboll’s first podcast about ideas that help solve global problems.
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Great savings on gantries for Highways England are mirrored in project optimisation for Transport for London, among others.
SiteSolve: Dynamic Masterplanning
SiteSolve is an invaluable tool for landowners and property professionals looking for ways to unlock the potential of available land, increase cost certainty and return on investment.
As easy as playing a video game
A new tool makes it much simpler to co-create virtual architecture and explore progress models of a building design.
Upgrade a water plant with mobile 3D-scanning
Ramboll water experts in Norway and Denmark are currently helping to develop a promising new technology that uses 3D scanning carried out with a mobile phone to make refurbishment models for water plants – and it is both detailed and cost-efficient.
A cheaper, easier way to measure wind on high-rise
Ramboll uses 3D air simulation models to improve insight on wind load on high-rise buildings in early design phases - to benefit clients, environment and society.
3D game prevents occupational injuries
One of the largest construction projects in Denmark has experienced less than half the usual number of accidents, largely due to an interactive game that workers are required to play before starting at the site. The game is now being distributed to other countries.
Experience a building - before you build it
The pace of digitalisation is transforming our industry but not necessarily in ways you would imagine.
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