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Milan Railway Station Player


We have copied a part of the Milan railway station for you and made the player available for download. Please follow the instructions below to start the player. You can also find an instruction manual in the Zip archive.
  • Unpack the data from ZIP-archive. Please take care not to start the player directly out of the ZIP-format, this is not working!
  • Please be aware that the unpacked EXE-file and the unpacked folder are in the same folder. Double click the 3D-Rocket-exe to start the player.
  • A pop-up menu will be opened first offering adjustments for good performance of the viewer, like the screen resolution and the graphics quality. Both can have a deep impact on the performance. If you don’t have a high performance computer a lower screen resolution and lower graphics quality is advised. More information can be read in “Requirements for the Hardware” down below.
  • Please read the instructions for the controls of the player, especially the “Tips for the controls” are recommended. If you follow the instructions you should be able to move through the virtual scene easily.
We are looking forward to your feedback or questions about the model. On request we can also provide the model in a 3D CAD format.

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During her professional career in the United Kingdom between 2007 and 2013, Ilka May was instrumental in developing and implementing Arup's global GIS and BIM strategies.

In 2013/14, she led the Arup team that was appointed as scientific advisors to the reform committee for major projects in Germany as part of a joint venture with KPMG. At the same time, Ilka led an Arup team supporting DB Netz AG in the development of a BIM strategy for Major Projects.

In 2015, in her role as Co-Chair of ‘planen – bauen 4.0’, Ilka led an expert team in the development of the Road Map for Digital Design and Construction on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI).

Since 2015, Ilka has also been advising the EU BIM Task Group, an association of Europe's largest public sector clients under the auspices of the EU Commission. In this role, Ilka May was one of the main authors of the handbook on the introduction of BIM in the public sector, which was published in the summer of 2017.

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