Digital Construction Week’s Connect/Fringe series brings you the first-ever Virtual 3D Repo British Information Modelling event, bringing together some of the most innovative people in the AEC industry to talk about the latest technology and discuss the industry’s biggest issues.
As of late, the AEC industry has begun to demand better solutions that promote collaboration and enable everyone to freely exchange data across different applications and platforms, not a one-size-fits-all approach. In this webinar, you’ll hear about some of the most innovative collaborations and integrations pushing for real digital transformation in the industry.
Eleni Papadonikolaki, Associate Professor in Digital Innovation and Management at UCL
Andrew Zhao, Rehearsive Product Lead and Head of Immersive, Mott MacDonald
Andrew will talk about a new technology by Mott MacDonald called Rehearsive which offers the ability to rehearse your construction processes ahead of time through the power of virtual reality (VR).
Tommy Williams, Founder & CEO, PLINX
Tommy will be speaking about PLINX; a hazard intelligence system that improves health and safety in the construction environment.
Peter Kemp, Head of Change and Delivery, Planning, Greater London Authority, Greater London Authority (GLA)
Peter will talk about the development of a new 3D planning called PlanBase, which is an embeddable consultation tool where 3D data can be displayed cost-effectively and at real benefit to users who would not normally of understood or engaged in the planning process. The tool is scalable from a small planning application proposal to large scale site regeneration. It can even be scaled to Local Plan and strategic level consultation. Based around BIM this brings the use of this technology earlier in the RIBA stages of work.
Michal Konicek, Director, AccuCities
Using 3D city models – from Architecture and Urban Planning to Storytelling and Public Consultations. Accurate digital 3D city models have been around for over 20 years now. See examples of how these datasets are used today by some of the most innovative AEC companies. Learn how these 3D city models will be used in the near future.