…and why the world will turn to geoscientists and engineers to solve one of the biggest problems facing mankind.
Once operational in 2020, the Xinjiang Fukang Pumped Storage Power Station in Western China, will supply hydropower energy to the major urban centres of the Xinjiang Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture, delivering clean renewable energy to nearly 50,000 residents. Global multi-disciplinary… Read More
JACOBS AUSTRALIA | EMU SWAMP DAM PROJECT, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA The Emu Swamp Dam is a proposed 12,100 megalitre urban and irrigation supply dam on the Severn River in Stanthorpe, Queensland. This $84 million project aims to increase water security and… Read More
Given four of the world’s biggest economies are cities sitting along fault lines, protecting buildings against earthquakes, and especially making high-rise offices and homes resistant to seismic activity, is becoming increasingly critical. So, what are the techniques currently in use,… Read More
One question that often arises when first getting started in Leapfrog Works is, “how can I use my existing data in Leapfrog Works?”. While there are endless ways to use your data in Works, this blog post will detail a… Read More
Like many parts of New Zealand, the Wellington Region is subject to earthquakes and has many active faults which present a major earthquake hazard. A multidisciplinary team of specialists have collaborated to build a robust 3D subsurface model of the… Read More
After years of sci-fi promise, are some of the AI guided revolutions in autonomous transport beginning to mature into real services? We take a look at some of the futuristic transport services that are being attempted around the world.
There are many ways Leapfrog Works is helping customers to save time on Civil and Environmental projects, one of which is by using the mesh operations tool. “The Clip Mesh function worked amazingly and only took 10 minutes to complete,… Read More
Cities are in search of a cleaner, faster, neater solution to the rumbling garbage truck. Pipes, suction and automated disposal could be the answer.
Unstable slopes are created anywhere material is being excavated or added to a landscape. With modelling and analysis, the risks to infrastructure can be mitigated. Did you know it’s possible to easily build a geological model, generate a slope stability… Read More