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Is ISO 19650 fulfilling its promise to unify the global BIM market

About this event

Much research has been undertaken to support the way in which BIM adoption across the globe is being addressed with a variety of different approaches toward this in differing countries.  As a result, it was only logical that the development of an international standard was created to support consistency across industry on a global scale.

After the introduction of the ISO 19650 standards series - which support information management processes and technical solutions – it was hailed as a new way of moving design and construction into an advanced digital built environment.

This is helping to alleviate some of the issues that the construction industry faces globally when it comes to language, terminology and process, but is it enough

ISO 19650 allows us to formulate clearly defined requirements around the operational phase of assets. Having these clearly defined information requirements in place, supports the concepts of the Digital Twin as well as the requirements around the UK National Digital Twin as outlined by the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB)

In this debate we hear from AEC professionals who work cross-continents on the delivery of BIM on construction and infrastructure projects.  They will be discussing the benefits of international standards, plus some of the challenges it brings with it.

The panel will explore the new UK BIM Framework Guidance from the UK BIM Alliance and CDBB, and how to conform to its instruction. They will look at why the management of information really matter and the rationale for ISO 19650.

Does this mean was can have a unified international approach to building and operating our assets faster, quicker and smarter? Join us on Wednesday 18 November at 1.00pm to find out.

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    Marta Mroczka Senior Consultant @ Mott MacDonald

    My 12 years of digital delivery experience is combined with the strategic overview and enables me to deliver advisory services that aim to establish clear line of sight from strategic organisational vison and objectives through prioritised information projects to benefit realisation and scale

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    John Adams Head of Products @ Glider

    John is a strong voice for Glider and leads the gliderbim® product direction. He also delivers talks on behalf of the UK BIM Alliance and uses his platform to be a conscientious disruptor, with a positive and challenging stance to increase BIM adoption and improve information management standards...

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    Sarah Davidson Department Director of Education and Student Experience, Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering @ University of Nottingham

    Sarah Davidson is a Fellow member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). She has worked for consultant organisations and contracting bodies. More recently she has focussed on construction cost data modelling and analysis coupled with industry performance analysis.

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    Dan Rossiter Sector Lead, Built Environment @ BSI

    Dan provides subject matter expertise, thought leadership and sector engagement around the digital transformation of the built environment. In addition, beyond his role at BSI, Dan has been actively supporting the construction industry locally, nationally and internationally for several years.

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    Marie Grieve Managing Director @ Costello Palmer Communications

    Marie has 18 years experience of working in marketing and business development and in 2015 Marie founded Costello Palmer Communications, a marketing and communications consultancy specialising in digital content and high-performance strategic delivery for a global client base.

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    Jennifer Macdonald Senior BIM consultant @ PCSG

    Jennifer is an expert in digital technologies and innovation in construction. She specialises in BIM, smart cities, digital engineering, emerging technologies in construction, and data and information management. She's worked with Transport for London and the Roads Liaison Group.