INFRASTRUCTURE: THE TWELFTH CHAPTER OF DBEI INSIGHT
Civil Infrastructures are all facilities and systems helping society to function, connecting buildings, people and nature, for both public and private projects. Our speakers will address challenges and solutions in the use of digital technology and BIM in Civil Infrastructure to create roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, water and energy supply, waste treatment, communications networks, airports, and dams, among many other types of projects. In this series we’ll look at:
- Creation and management of existing conditions models and where it overlaps with GIS.
- Parametric modelling and large-scale model management.
- Design and analysis workflow using digital information, evaluating multiple design and engineering scenarios.
- Data management inclusive of GIS.
- Standards and information requirements.
- BIM enabled construction.
- Inspection techniques such as UAV and laser scanning
- Interoperability and common data environments
Sound interesting? Check out the sessions below. If the LIVE time doesn’t suit you, register for the session and watch the recording at any point over the 7 days following for complimentary access.
Modelling geology and geotechnical constructions for infrastructure projects
Tuesday, 17th November 2020
1:00pm Central Europe Summer Time
Speakers: Mats Kahlstrom, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, Nikolaj Hansen, Geovita
Proposing an Integrated BIM approach for Infrastructure
Thursday, 19th November 2020
1:00pm Singapore Time
Speaker: Dominik Schleipen, Bentley
Dynamo for Civil 3D
Tuesday, 24th November 2020
1:00pm US Central Standard Time
Speaker: Justin Ehart, Ware Malcomb
West Gate Tunnel Project – Case Study
Thursday, 26 November 2020
1:00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time
Speaker: Nathan Lawrence, Aurecon