Symposium for Constructional Dynamics
On June 7th 2017, the Symposium for Constructional Dynamics took place in Dübendorf, Switzerland. The event was organised by Ziegler Consultants and was mainly aimed at engineers in the construction or surveying fields and focusing on questions of building-vibration.
Based on a current project (Measurement Supervision Of The 3rd Tube Of The Gubristunnel), our colleagues Martin Rub and Christian Schmid held a talk titled “Construction Site Monitoring – An Interdisciplinary Task”. The project served to lay out the advantages of permanent construction site monitoring and described the implemented systems. Additionally, a preview on possible future developments was discussed.
Publication (only in German):
Baustellen–Monitoring – eine interdisziplinäre Aufgabe; Rub/Schmid (2017), Präsentation am Ziegler-Symposium an der EMPA Dübendorf
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