This downloadable case study on the Region of York, Ontario discusses the challenge of determining rehabilitation needs for the Primary Trunk, which serves more than 1.5 million residents without redundancy. Read the full case study to learn more about how RedZone Robotics developed a digital twin to aide in decision making.
Through a four-part approach to visualizing the pipe interior, RedZone devised a method to compare specific sections of pipe over time. Having accurate and measurable year-to-year changes of the pipes, project planners were able to develop a realistic timeline for rehabilitation and justify the cost.
- Primary Trunk with no redundancy
- First complete inspection in almost 40 years since construction
- Year-to-year color-coded point cloud modeling