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Andrew Pryke

LO-AEC14: Creating Smart Campuses and Cities Using BIM

(Duration 42:41)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand how BIM can be used by estates managers and cities as a vehicle to manage, store, and share data
  • Learn about the benefits of using BIM in the smart campus and city environments
  • Learn how BIM 360 Field, Revit, and InfraWorks can be used to help cities adopt smart principles
  • Learn how data can be captured using sensors and other mechanisms

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

As campus managers and cities look to embrace the Internet of Things, many are finding that while they have lots of data, managing this data so it can be used in a meaningful way is proving more difficult. Our session will explore how BIM can be used as a vehicle by campus managers and cities to capture, store, and disseminate multiple levels of data (e.g., building, social, environmental, government, economic) as well as generate additional benefits. We will look at how a 3D model can be created in Revit / InfraWorks and populated with data from many sources (e.g., sensors, real-time traffic information, social forums etc.) which can then be accessed by managers, governments, and citizens using tablets, apps, dashboards, and software such as BIM 360 Field. We will also discuss the benefits that can be generated including better decision making, easier benchmarking, improved performance, greater connectivity, and enhanced community engagement.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Building Services Engineer, Business Executives/Corporate Managers, Civil Engineer and Technician, Construction Engineer, Facility Manager, Government/Administration Professional, Sustainability Manager, Urban/Town and Traffic Planner, Other

Speakers

Speakers

Andrew Pryke

Andrew Pryke, BA [Hons], Dip. ARCH [Dist], RIBA, joined BAM in 2012 as the managing director for design and BIM. He has over 25 years’ experience leading world-class and award-winning design projects, gained during his time as a project director at James Stirling, John McAslan and Partners, and Capita Symonds. Andrew leads BAM’s BIM strategy in the UK and our partnership with Autodesk. He is also responsible for driving best practice and BIM innovation at BAM, including the development of our unique “whole life BIM” solution and most recently exploring how we can use BIM as a vehicle to allow cities to adopt smart principles.

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Published

  • 2017
  • LO-AEC14
  • AU London

Software

  • Revit Architecture
  • BIM 360 Field
  • InfraWorks

Industry

  • Architecture Services

Topics

  • Architecture
  • Building Owners and Operators
  • Infrastructure Owners and Operators
  • Land Development and Urban Planning
  • Internet of Things (IOT)