Autodesk Data & Collaboration Series Brought to You By Omnix

6 April 2021

7 April 2021

6 April 2021

AEC Return & Reimagine: Data and Collaboration in Project Delivery

The shift to distributed and flexible work has affected AEC project delivery in a multitude of ways.

Collaboration among people in different locations is now the norm, but not everyone agrees about its impact or practicality. Common delivery goals, language and data environments are also powerful ways to align teams, eliminate project inefficiencies and build industry resilience. Maintaining high-quality data itself across the delivery process is also critical for alignment and insight.

Given the likely permanence of some distributed work, this session debates the most promising strategies to fully enable project delivery in the ‘new normal’ from stakeholder integration, collaboration, use of common protocols and data platforms, interoperability, and data across the value chain.

Agenda

14.00

Panel discussion: AEC Return & Reimagine: Data and Collaboration in Project Delivery

This session explores some of the most promising strategies to fully enable efficient project delivery in the ‘new normal’ including:

  • How to integrate and align stakeholders to avoid confusion and share risks
  • If distributed work environments are conducive to collaboration?
  • The common protocols and languages that ease pain around model use, facilitate decisions, and ensure integrated project delivery
  • How to enhance interoperability among Architects, Contractors and others in the supply chain
  • The value and role of high-quality data in building stronger built environments
  • How to maintain that data across every stage of the delivery process with minimal loss and bias
  • Adopting a trusted common data platform that shares the same data to improve project efficiency

In conversation with:
Tim Shelton, Regional Digital Transformation Lead, Arcadis
Adrian Castillero, Associate Director, Digital Transformation (Data & Digital Platform), Boston Consulting Group
Alain Waha,
Digital Transformation Lead, Buro Happold
Gavin Britton, 
Director Of Technology, Atkins
Badreldin Magzoub, 
Project Technical & BIM Manager, Trojan Holding LLC


14.50

The Future of Distributed and Flexible Work Environments

  • Accelerating distributed and flexible work environments
  • Reimagining what’s next for the industry in terms of data and collaboration
  • Delivering new services to their clients in relation to project delivery

Speaker:
Nabil Nougha, Technical Sales AEC, Plant, AWP, Autodesk Middle East

15.05

Q&A

15.15

End of session

Attendees will receive a free copy of Autodesk’s Reimagining AEC Report - Industry Leaders Look to a Post-COVID-19 Future.

Maintaining BIM Data Security and its Business Benefits

Data security is becoming ever more important, particularly as collaboration between departments or companies increases and siloed working is broken down.

But the different standards, training and approaches can cause confusion in the market. Too often, companies or their employees don’t follow strict guidelines around protecting data.

This is rarely malicious, and most often because people either don’t realise they are in breach of rules, or don’t understand why the rules have to be followed.

This webinar will discuss the importance of protecting data that is being generated using BIM and having a Common Data Environment, the potential pitfalls and the competitive advantage compliance will bring.

Agenda

14.00

Panel discussion: Maintaining
BIM Data Security and its Business Benefits

This session will focus on BIM policies around securing data and best-practice to successfully complete projects:

  • The importance of impactful training on data security
  • Outlining the importance of following data security guidelines
  • Working with decision makers and security officers
  • Successfully implementing ISO security standards
  • Using a trusted common data platform to improve cloud-based work efficiency whilst maintaining security
  • Using standards-compliance to attract and win new business
  • Supporting employees working on distributed BIM

In conversation with:
Paul Shillcock, Managing Director, Operam and Author of ISO 19650-2 and the UK National Annex
Sultan Moraished, Chief Information Security Officer, Cyber Security, The Red Sea Development Company
Dr. Anas Bataw,
Director, Centre of Excellence in Smart Construction, Heriot Watt University Dubai
Derek Bourke, 
Project Digital Construction Manager, Royal BAM Group
Nabil Nougha,
Technical Sales AEC, Plant, AWP, Autodesk Middle East

14.50

Autodesk BIM360 and its role in maintaining security standards

A data breach can do significant reputational damage to a company. Many government clients demand the highest level of standards and approaches to data security for not just their direct contractors and consultants, but also throughout the supply chain. Autodesk discusses BIM360 adoption and its role and key benefits in maintaining high security standards.

 

14.50

Audience Q&A

15.00

End of session

7 April 2021

Maintaining BIM Data Security and its Business Benefits

Data security is becoming ever more important, particularly as collaboration between departments or companies increases and siloed working is broken down.

But the different standards, training and approaches can cause confusion in the market. Too often, companies or their employees don’t follow strict guidelines around protecting data.

This is rarely malicious, and most often because people either don’t realise they are in breach of rules, or don’t understand why the rules have to be followed.

This webinar will discuss the importance of protecting data that is being generated using BIM and having a Common Data Environment, the potential pitfalls and the competitive advantage compliance will bring.

Agenda

14.00

Panel discussion: Maintaining
BIM Data Security and its Business Benefits

This session will focus on BIM policies around securing data and best-practice to successfully complete projects:

  • The importance of impactful training on data security
  • Outlining the importance of following data security guidelines
  • Working with decision makers and security officers
  • Successfully implementing ISO security standards
  • Using a trusted common data platform to improve cloud-based work efficiency whilst maintaining security
  • Using standards-compliance to attract and win new business
  • Supporting employees working on distributed BIM

In conversation with:
Paul Shillcock, Managing Director, Operam and Author of ISO 19650-2 and the UK National Annex
Sultan Moraished, Chief Information Security Officer, Cyber Security, The Red Sea Development Company
Dr. Anas Bataw,
Director, Centre of Excellence in Smart Construction, Heriot Watt University Dubai
Derek Bourke, 
Project Digital Construction Manager, Royal BAM Group
Nabil Nougha,
Technical Sales AEC, Plant, AWP, Autodesk Middle East

14.50

Autodesk BIM360 and its role in maintaining security standards

A data breach can do significant reputational damage to a company. Many government clients demand the highest level of standards and approaches to data security for not just their direct contractors and consultants, but also throughout the supply chain. Autodesk discusses BIM360 adoption and its role and key benefits in maintaining high security standards.

 

14.50

Audience Q&A

15.00

End of session

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Speakers

Keith Churchill
Manager of Construction Technology
Bechtel Global Corporation

With more than 15 years of experience in the Heavy Infrastructure and Industrial segments, Keith is improving the way the USA’s largest EPC contractor delivers mega projects to maximise productivity, while enhancing safety and quality.

Badr M. Burshaid
 Programme Director
Saudi Aramco

Badr is the award winning president of PMI KSA Chapter and Director of Saudi Aramco’s PMO, responsible to manage a multi-billion dollar projects portfolio covering more than 200 projects annually including Oil and Gas projects, Petrochemicals, Community and Infrastructure projects.

Geoff Roberts
Director, Global Industry Strategy (Energy & Resources)
Oracle

With more than 40 years of experience in all aspects of project management & project controls, Geoff is enabling organisations to deliver projects to time, cost, quality, safely from inception thru to decommissioning.