Major modern infrastructure (ports, airports, highways, tunnels, railways, etc.) are comprised of increasingly complex systems that integrate even more technologies outside of civil engineering: electricity, fluids, monitoring sensors, computer networks, etc.

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Creating and using a comparison method and hierarchizing risks for the National Railway Network, assistance in budget allocation and investment decisions:

  • Constructing criticality matrices
  • Qualitative and quantitative modelling of each risk
  • Hierarchizing risks
  • Determining acceptable risk levels for each risk
  • Possible compensatory measures

Harbor Facility Support Diagnostics on Île longue

To sustain ground support facilities for French Navy submarines (demineralized water, desalination plants, chilled water), SECTOR oversaw several diagnostic tasks including:

  • Technical diagnostics (inspections, measures)
  • Logistic organization diagnostics (documentation, spare parts)
  • Risk Analysis
  • Improvement recommendations

Building connecting Orly’s South and West terminals

SECTOR was tasked with managing project risks including:

  • Managing budget, delays and conformity to technical timetables, regulations and project interfaces
  • Identifying and evaluating risks and opportunities for mapping outlines
  • Monitoring risks and risk analysis on a trimestral basis as part of a risk committee

Current Situation and Potential for Outsourcing for the District of Boucles de la Seine

Within the framework of reorganization, a study on outsourcing maintenance was conducted in three subsequent phases, including:

  • Detailing criteria measuring the relevance of outsourcing maintenance (importance to core tasks or not, feasibility, skills required to oversee work…)
  • Creating current situations for fields of work, work and tasks completed within the defined parameters
  • Implementing scenarios allowing the evaluation of objective goalposts chosen by the district of Boucles de la Seine and the Territorial Department of Bassin de la Seine

Safety Approach for a Geographical Reference System

Implemented a safety approach, created a demonstration case concerning geographical integrated logistics and geospatial reference—particularly, to acquire data necessary to implement ETCS on the National Railway Network, beginning with 200 kilometers of European freight corridors.

The goal was to specify security demands for production processes and to deliver referential data within its principles of application to guarantee safety levels and integrity required by the ETCS1 system in interface (SIL4).

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