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3D WBS method, the only way to identify the interfaces

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Jean-Yves Moine
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3D WBS method is the only method that allows to identify the interfaces of a project.

Details here: http://3d-wbs.blogspot.fr/2014/09/part-133-3d-wbs-method-only-way-to.html

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Jean-Yves Moine
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Hi, all the projects are not linear and there is not only geographical interfaces, and TILOS do not calculate it, we have to see them.

BR, JYM.

Mike Testro
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Hi Jean

Not true - any time chainage software such as Tilos shows interface clashes.

Best regards

Mike Testro