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Articles | Volume XLVI-5/W1-2022
Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLVI-5/W1-2022, 159–164, 2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLVI-5-W1-2022-159-2022
Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLVI-5/W1-2022, 159–164, 2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLVI-5-W1-2022-159-2022

  03 Feb 2022

03 Feb 2022

APPLICATION OF RSA PRINCIPLES TO IMPROVE THE BIM IN THE ROAD DESIGN PROCESS WITH FOCUS ON THE ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS

J. Nováček, T. Kohout, P. Vrtal, Z. Svatý, and K. Kocián J. Nováček et al.
  • Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Department of Forensic Experts in Transportation, Czech Republic

Keywords: BIM, Data Administration, Road Safety Audit, Road Safety Management, Restraint Systems, Guardrails

Abstract. Sustainability is one of the main scientific and public topics of today. This includes the sustainable transport and infrastructure. One of the ways how to achieve higher level of sustainability is through the implementation of BIM (Building Information Modelling) into the road design process. However, to create a safe road network, which is also necessary for achievable sustainability, it is essential to consider the Road Safety Audit (RSA) principles throughout the BIM applications. The paper discusses the possibilities of involving the RSA in the process road design in I-BIM (Infrastructures Building Information Modelling). Within the individual phases of the preparation of a transport project and the application of the safety audit tools in BIM applications, it is possible to achieve a significant increase in the level of safety. This approach is shown within the paper on the implementation and use of supplementary road safety devices, specifically the road restraint systems. Currently, the individual components are defined by their main parameters in specific libraries. However, their definition is only as a general object where many of the supplementary parameters or fundamental design characteristics, such as working width or minimal length, are not included. This may lead to potential design flaws or safety hazards which have to be subsequently corrected in further phases. The objective of the paper is to identify the current deficiencies, primarily the missing road safety perspective within the BIM process. The aim is to enable appropriate selection of safety equipment during the design or to provide sufficient information for the mandatory RSA.