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Paul Cook

LO-AEC15: BIM's Smart Future

(Duration 33:02)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand what a smart building is
  • Approach traditional designs in a different way using technology
  • Think in a more joined-up way
  • Change how design packages are formed

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Can BIM underpin a smart future for predictive maintenance post occupancy? The recent advent of live, online collaborative databases of BIM information, shared in cloud-based services, presents a very real opportunity for us to consider BIM as a key smart system to be designed into a building and residing on a common data network. The purpose is to make smart and automated management decisions about the operation of the building—essentially we’re talking about predictive maintenance.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Building Services Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electronics and Telecoms Engineer and Designer, Engineering Analyst, Facility Manager, Mechanical Engineer, Technical Director

Speakers

Speakers

Paul Cook

Paul is the Head of Technology for ISGts and holds responsibility for the group's technical messaging, content, and delivery. His focus is primarily on next generation truly smart facilities and working closely with manufacturers and supply chain partners to seamlessly bring technology into the construction environment in a common platform, single solution. This approach allows technology to be an affordable enabler related directly to the client's needs and expectations of a buildings experience, its operation, management and maintenance. His experience covers a broad spectrum and multiple disciplines of design, leadership, management and systems integration on major projects and small specialised projects. From industrial electrical, to highly complex data, telecommunication, ICT and ELV systems, Data Centres, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare and traditional building services. A leader in integrated thinking in the modern digital world.

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Published

  • 2017
  • LO-AEC15
  • AU London

Software

  • None

Industry

  • Construction Services

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Building Owners and Operators
  • Infrastructure Owners and Operators
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical and Plumbing (MEP)
  • Software Development
  • Internet of Things (IOT)