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BASt-Tunnelsymposium 2015

Already for the seventh time, the BASt Tunnel Symposium took place on the 28th and 29th April 2015 in the offices of the German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) in Bergisch Gladbach. More than 150 specialists informed themselves about current themes from the fields of tunnel construction and operation. The closing ceremony of the research project ESIMAS was integrated into the Symposium. In the cooperative ESIMAS project, the research partners in a consortium under the leadership of the BASt developed a “real-time safety management system for road tunnels” and demonstrated it in a...

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