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Sponsored by Bentley Systems BIM Information Academy and taking place on Thursday 19th March 2020 is the 10th edition of the 3D Repo British Information Modelling Event!
The evening will bring together some of the most innovative people in the AEC industry to see some of the latest technology and discuss the industry’s biggest issues.
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Date and Time
Thursday, 19 March 2020
18:00 – 21:00 GMT
Bentley Systems UK Ltd.
20 Gracechurch Street
London EC3V 0BG
18.00 – 18.30 – Arrival and networking
18.30 – 19:00 – Presentations
19:00 – 19:30 – Break
19:30 – 20:00 – Presentations
20.00 – 21.00 – Networking
Free food & drink will be served from 6 pm
- Architects & Engineers
- BIM, Coordinators, Consultants, Managers
- Construction Clients
- Software Engineers
- Asset Managers
- Project Managers
- CEO and Directors
- and more…
Director, Digital Construction at SNC-Lavalin Atkins
Chief Technical Officer at Mott MacDonald
The National Digital Twin (NDT) is a big idea that promises enormous value for the people of the UK, both in the delivery of new assets and in the performance of our existing infrastructure. The key to releasing all that value is ‘better decisions’ because better decisions, based on better analysis of better data, lead to better outcomes for people, which is the essential promise of the Information Age. The NDT is not one massive model of everything, but an ecosystem of connected digital twins. And connecting digital twins is all about interoperability – enabling secure resilient data sharing across organisational and sector boundaries, but this requires data consistency that the market alone cannot initiate; it requires government-level leadership to set the rules for the industry. This presentation will: introduce the National Digital Twin, explain what it is and why we need it, and outline what is being done to deliver it.
Head of BIM and Digital Engineering at Mace
A consortium of partners including Mace, 3D Repo, Imperial College, University College London, eviFile, and Mission Room have joined forces to create a solution to improve productivity, quality, and performance of the UK construction sector. Funded by Innovate UK, the team will create a solution using immersive touch-enabled screens that will display live data feeds from construction projects, that will allow clients, planners, site managers, and engineers to be able to track real-time project performance and take action based on insights.
Technical Architect, Bentley Systems
4D scheduling improves the safety, reliability, predictability and quality of complex construction projects. It saves money by avoiding rework and identifying schedule problems in advance. Greg will speak about the new Synchro integration with 3D Repo. 3D Repo will be supporting 4D timelines from Synchro. Users will be able to see and share animations of construction projects coming together, or view a particular point in time.
Mechanical Engineering Intern, BuroHappold
Izzy is a 5th year mechanical engineering student at the University of Edinburgh. She has designed and delivered automation tools at Arup and is currently working on, and will present the Innovate UK funded AEC Delta Mobility project. 3D Repo are key partners on the consortium of partners involved in AEC Delta Mobility project.
Luminova create beautiful, ultra-realistic 3D models that allow you to virtually walk-through construction projects for a better understanding of the complexities, risks, and solutions. Lawrence will present an example use-case showing the amazing realistic models that Luminova have created.
Head of Change and Delivery, Planning at the Greater London Authority
Peter will talk about the recent Mayor of London’s Civic Innovation Challenge in which 3D Repo was recently selected as a finalist. Companies competing in the challenge were asked to develop a solution to use data and technology to democratise planning and ensure we can tackle the housing crisis facing Londoners.