Digital Twins and 4D BIM

Construction is a cyclical and highly competitive industry with exceptionally tight profit margin. It is critical for the industry players to reduce failure costs and increase efficiency. One key solution to this is by constructing a digital twin of the asset. Buildings that are comprehensively planned, tested, and optimized digitally before construction begins, offer more safety and security as well as greater operating efficiency. Merging BIM and 4D-scheduling tools will help validate the accuracy of planned sequences within the schedule. And all this can be done virtually! Organized by Ballast Nedam, the session will highlight the importance of digital planning with 4D BIM and deliberate on why digital twins should be made a standard practice in building and infrastructure projects.

Speakers

Moderator Paulus Eckhardt

Director Design & Engineering
Ballast Nedam
The Netherlands

Mark Moerman

Lead Digital Project Management
Count & Cooper
The Netherlands

Julian Norton

Business Development Manager – Construction
Pix4D
Switzerland

Sileshi Tesema

Senior CAD Tech/BIM Coordinator
Source Design Services, Kier Group
United Kingdom

Christian Schäfers

Business Development Director
Hexagon Geosystems
Germany

 
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