CEMS offers geotechnical software as service through REST API’s. These endpoints can be used as a trusted component in scalable automated engineering processes.
Founded in 2020, CEMS develops MicroServices in the field of geotechnics, geohydrology and monitoring. Born out of CRUX Engineering B.V., we rely on 20+ years of engineering experience backing our developed products. This unique relationship, in combination with expertise on the latest programming languages, gives us the skillset to develop digital services that supports and optimises your design.
The geotechnical consultancy world is lagging behind in the use of digital tools. Most software has hardly undergone any development since the start of this millennium. With today’s computing power and storage capacity, the possibilities for geotechnical engineers are almost unlimited. CEMS combines engineering and software knowledge to develop MicroServices and custom made applications to automate the design process. Considering our engineering background, we know what the focus is when developing powerful solutions. The ultimate goal is to spend less time on repetitive calculations and more time on analysing results and reducing risks to achieve an optimal design.
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The Beta release of the new MLU is here! by Jasper Havik
An application of GEOLIB: route N243 by Martina Pippi MSc
Less piles with PileCore – Smart Grouper by Johan Zwaan
Implementing a vibration design method into a Python package by Jacco Haasnoot
PileCore is a python library that aims to give you the full pile calculation utilities without an engineer in the loop. This means that calculations must be able to run from start to finish from a set of given parameters. Pilecore is able to determine the tipping point between positive and negative friction and will optimize pile groups automatically.
VibraCore is an API service based on a Python library that automates the risk management of building damage during vibration works, such as the installation of sheet piles or driven piles. Based on the soil profile (GEF file) the maximum impact force is calculated (according to CUR 166) or the elastic modulus of the soil is determined (according to Prepal). This is used to predict the maximum vibration velocity. Based on the attributes of the nearby buildings the failure vibration velocity is calculated (according to SBR A). If the check fails the building has a unacceptable risk (according to SBR A) of being damaged by the installation of the piles or sheet piles.
CPT Core consists of a fully automated soil classification based on machine learning model. The model has been trained by comparing roughly 49.000 Cpts and 40.000 boreholes, from which 1800 pairs met the condition of being less than 6 meters apart. These have been used as labelled data for the first model training. The model is then retrained periodically whenever new data is available that meet the condition of being 6 meters apart.
SettleCore — Settlement and FEM consolidation calculation. Generate design solutions that fit time and technical requirements.
FitCore — Automatically fit measurements to predict residual settlements. Visualised management updates to stay ahead of planning.
ShallowCore — Automated design of shallow foundations based on CPT’s. Calculated settlements and modulus of subgrade reaction.
TPileCore — Automatically calculate pile bearing capacity of tension piles. Group CPT’s for sustainable optimized foundation designs.
GridCore — Design of geosynthetic reinforced steep soil slopes. Loop your calculations to get optimized results.
The beta release of the new MLU is here!
Brand new Samples available in Nuclei!
BRO database CPT interpretation tool for FREE!
Foundation works vibration risk assessment for FREE!
Optimize your Foundation Pile plan for FREE!