3D paving comes to India

Chapter 4: A brighter future for Indian road industry

3D paving comes to India

A brighter future for Indian road industry
The tunnel road, part of a wider initiative, is scheduled to open for the public by early 2017.

"Our honourable P.M Mr Narendra Modi’s government wants 100,000 km of highway to be operational by 2022. To achieve such a volume of work with efficiency and uniformity, automation is necessary. 3D paver automation solutions delivered by Leica Geosystems resulted in better quality, reduced costs and timing, and transparency. This made targets much easier to meet," said Mr Parminder Sidhu.

Research institutes in India, such as the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI), are aiming for durable, safe and high-quality road solutions. As witnessed at the Chenani-Nashiri tunnel project, NIS opened the way in India for more construction companies to benefit from the efficiency and accuracy delivered by adopting 3D paving technology.

Leica India Marcomm – Amit Kumar
MC Project Executed by- Deepak Nehru 
Technical Support - Deepak Swarna

Back to Reporter 77 article overview

Story: 3D paving comes to India
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Addressing challenges with Leica’s PaveSmart 3D system
Chapter 3: Delivering cost-efficient precise surfaces
Chapter 4: A brighter future for Indian road industry

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