Due to the collaboration with the University of Padua, the data of all bridges and tunnels of Concessioni Autostradali Venete are directly stored in the Italian government database.
Cav SpA has set up an automatic connection system that has been recognized as the benchmark for all other infrastructural dealerships. The remarkable milestone was achieved following the birth of the AINOP - the Italian national computer archive of Public Infrastructures - an initiative developed by the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure after the collapse of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa. This is a database of all Italian bridges and tunnels in which all the data, provided by the companies responsible for maintenance, can converge in order to have all possible information on their state of conservation immediately available in a single telematic archive.
As early as 2014, Concessioni Autostradali Venete had developed, in collaboration with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the University of Padua, a database of its bridges and tunnels with the aim of constantly monitoring their condition and planning ordinary and extraordinary maintenance work. Now, due to the partnership established with MIT and the Motorway Company's Information Systems, it has been possible to set up a web service automatic data loading mode, in order to allow a quick and reliable connection from the Motorway Dealer's internal database to that of AINOP.
All data uploaded in the database of Concessioni Autostradali Venete flows directly into the Ministry's database and remains available to the national archive, allowing it to be continuously upgraded and updated. “Our primary objective is the safety of users and with this precise vision we decided to invest, in time, to ensure the efficiency and reliability of the infrastructure also through this important process of national cataloguing for the benefit of all people”, CEO Ugo Dibennardo explained.