Digitising Construction across the whole chain
20 – 21 April 2017 | IET London: Savoy Place
About the event
BIM tools and techniques are a huge catalyst in bringing the construction sector into the digital age and it has become increasingly important to understand how BIM transforms the way buildings are designed and managed.
This conference will give delegates invaluable insight into the practicalities of adoption of BIM and how to ensure that the benefits are maximised. It will also touch on the CDE challenges including Cyber Security and risks.
This conference will focus on the vital components of digital construction to paint a complete overall picture of digitising the built environment sector.
Sessions will explore:
- BIM Level 2 and beyond
- Cyber security
- Whole life costing / ROI
- Off-site construction
- Systems integration across the supply chain
- Facility management / asset management
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Robotics in construction
- Virtual reality in construction
- UK and International case studies
Early involvement and full collaboration throughout the entire life-cycle of an asset is crucial to ensure the success of the digitised construction sector.
Although the larger organisations in the construction industry have come far with digitisation and BIM adoption, the SMEs in the supply chain still seem to be struggling on various fronts.
Benefits of attending:
- Gain invaluable insight into the practicalities of BIM adoption
- Explore of the real benefits of working in a digital environment and how you can deliver the projects more efficiently
- Find out how you can achieve improved profitability through cost reduction and prevention of waste
- Understand the advantages of the common environment where product manufacturers and users can interface reliably on a standard format
- Get a better understanding of the cyber security measures in the BIM environment
- Discover the new technologies being introduced in this sector
- Examine real-life infrastructural cases where BIM has been utilised successfully
There will be more than 28 sessions at the Digitally Built conference, featuring leading researchers and industry experts from all around the world.