Matt Wash

Autonomation
Digital Consultant

Matt has 25 years of Architecture Engineering Construction (AEC) industry. Using his experience to implement new technology and lead project teams to deliver globally iconic award-winning projects. Matt looks to identify opportunities through the use of lean manufacturing principles, computational design, Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes, and automated workflows to minimize waste and maximize efficiency in the coordinated delivery of multi-disciplinary designs.

My Speakers Sessions

  • Friday, 11 March, 2022
    • BILT ANZ 2021, Sydney (March 2022) | BIMBeats – Capture, Analyse & Automate your organisations AEC data in Realtime!
      Matt Wash, Autonomation
      Design
      BILT
      Data Management
      Autodesk, Other Vendor

      Synopsis: BIMBeats provides data pipelines from all your proprietary BIM solutions such as Revit and Dynamo and provides access to relevant data to stakeholders across a business via live web-based dashboards. Learn more about how BVN implemented BIMBeats and how it has enabled us to provide proactive support to our project teams and leadership groups.Learning Objectives: 1. Learn how to set up a realtime data capture tool for your BIMtools
      2. Learn how to visualise your data and how to create alerts for proactice approach to project team support
      3. Discuss the future potential of data analysis capture in respect to machine learningBody: BIM Beats addresses a number of challenges faced by the AEC industry with regard to monitoring the performance of BIM tools in Realtime.
      It provides a standard schema for data and visualisation of that data. It enables stakeholders at all levels to understand the health of their projects and provides a proactive approach to identifying training needs of users. Historic data from projects can be used to predict future resourcing needs on similar projects.
      It is capable of tracking PC usage and resource management, extracting Revit journal files for analysis, logging all commands undertaken in BIM tools to identify trends and bad practice and had the capability to link with 3rd party databases such as Deltek Vision.

      In this presentation Matt will run through how this tool was set up in a large Architectural practice alongside the product developer Adam Sheather.

      We will cover some of the major challenges that BIMBeats has enabled us to overcome and discuss a what may be possible in the future with regard to machine learning capabilities.

      Synopsis:

      BIMBeats provides data pipelines from all your proprietary BIM solutions such as Revit and Dynamo and provides access to relevant data to stakeholders across a business via live web-based dashboards. Learn more about how BVN implemented BIMBeats and how it has enabled us to provide proactive support to our project teams and leadership groups.

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