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The 25km Thames Tideway Tunnel is currently under construction to help prevent tens of millions of tonnes of sewage polluting the River Thames every year. With work taking place across 24 sites from west to east London, it is due for completion in 2024. The project is divided into three sections "East, West and Central" each being built by a different Main Works Contractor. The Central section is being built by a joint venture of Ferrovial and Laing O Rourke. MissionOS is being used to provide the platform for managing the large quantities of instrumentation data on the project and to link this through to the progress of the construction works. MissionOS provides the site staff with a variety of automated processes which can be linked to TBM parameters and guide machine driving. The real-time 3D interface also allows engineers to evaluate the spatial and directional relationships between many dimensions of data in near real-time which aids better understanding and communication. MissionOS is a powerful and flexible data management system for the acquisition, monitoring and analysis of geotechnical and other project-related data
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