This year, the World Tunnel Congress is highlighting solutions in line with climate and sustainability issues. Several sessions will focus on carbon footprint reduction, innovations and how these are implemented in the tunnel’s strategy.
Organized by the Danish Society for Tunnels and Underground Works (DFTU) and by the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA-AITES), the World Tunnel Congress and ITA 48th General Assembly will be held in the city of Copenhagen, from September 2rd to 8th.
Denmark and Scandinavia will present some of the mega projects in the world with great opportunity to learn and visit the projects. In Denmark, existing and new projects are well under construction and site visits will be arranged. New Metro lines (Cityringen, Nordhavn and Sydhavn) are well under way. Learnings from the Great Belt Link and the Øresund Link has been used for getting the Femern Fixed Link started. In Scandinavia: Norway, Sweden and Finland the construction of many other new mega infrastructure projects will start. The E39 crossings in Norway will be well underway and lessons learned from all the projects will be shared at the conference.
Part of the WTC will be held as a hybrid event. The digital sessions and exhibition will be arranged from Monday 5 September until Wednesday 7 September, 2022.
Visit our booth E-13B and take the opportunity to meet our market representatives and experts and learn more about our subsurface infrastructure and maintenance solutions. We would be pleased to welcome you. Get an insight into Amberg's stunning projects and learn from the tunnelling professionals of the Amberg Group. Our experts made various papers to exchange experiences and share innovative ideas on how Amberg is going to shape the digital future.WTC 2022
Our experts made various papers to exchange experiences and share innovative ideas on how Amberg is going to shape the digital future. Join their presentations! Do not hesitate to ask your questions later on at our booth.
|Date / Time||Title||Authors / Speakers||Room||Paper|
|Advantages of underground space regarding sustainability issues||Antonia Cornaro & Han Admiraal, Co-chairs of ITACUS||Auditorium at Rambøll’s main office, Hannemanns Allé 53, Copenhagen|
|Real-time monitoring and simulations and the role of a digital twin as central source of data and information||Klaus Wachter, Amberg Infra 7D||Auditorium at Rambøll’s main office, Hannemanns Allé 53, Copenhagen|
|Real time shotcrete layer thickness control with digital tools||Veronika Petschen, Amberg Engineering||Poster Session|
Hall C, Station 1
|Correlating rock support and ground treatment means|
with in-tunnel seismic data
|Thomas Dickmann (Speaker), Dirk Krueger, Jozsef Hecht Méndez - Amberg Technologies||Session: Understanding the Geological|
and Geotechnical Conditions 1
Track 2, Room C1M2
|The Brenner Base Tunnel - an overview of the status of the project||Romed Insam (Speaker), Brenner Base Tunnel SE; Michael Rehbock, Amberg Engineering||Session: Mechanized Tunnelling 6|
Track 4, Room C1M4
|The "Edge Computing Underground!" data centres and their|
innovative ability to valorise waste heat
|Klaus Wachter (Author) / Veronika Petschen (Speaker); SCAUT||Poster Session|
Hall C, Station 8
|Optimum control and operation of tunnel ventilation systems||Marco Bettelini, Amberg Engineering||Session: Mechanical and Electrical Installations|
Track 1, Room C1M1
|Efficient ventilation of complex underground infrastructures||Marco Bettelini, Amberg Engineering||Poster Session|
Hall C, Station 3