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CCF QLD BRISBANE LUNCHEON: NOVEMBER 2016
Thu. 3 November 2016, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm AEST
TOP TECHNOLOGIES TO KNOW ABOUT FOR THE CIVIL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING FOR CIVIL CONSTRUCTION
A presentation on information modelling for infrastructure based projects. Practical examples of what can be achieved using BIM on large data-sets in a single combined model for coordination and how data can be collected, collated and exported for various project stakeholders. The model review processes utilised (Design Review and Clash detection) as well as how to potentially get the confirmed models onto site for downstream use, ideally for site set-out and updating the models to as constructed, ready for handover for asset management.
LATEST IN LASER SCANNER TECHNOLOGY
- where we have come from in Laser Scanning
- current trends in Laser Scanning and remote sensing technologies on infrastructure projects
- how the use of scanning is benefiting projects now
- how it will benefit projects in the future
- how scanning can save money, manage risk and add value in infrastructure projects.
The continued rapid advancement in technology and software now includes vehicles that sense when they need to brake all on their own; photos from Instagram can be used to create a point cloud that can be directly measured from; and designers and movie makers alike are using geospatial data to plan and preserve our future. Arguably, all of these advances have been driven by the ongoing development of Laser Scanning.
This presentation will cover off on the origins of scanning, where we "thought" we’d be now 7 years ago, where we actually "are" now with the technology, and where we as avid users see companies applying the technology in the infrastructure space. The talk will also present the workflows and cost savings associated with new technologies and the benefit of "more information over less" that comes from laser scanning – with a focus on BIM and IPD workflows.
VENUE The Pavilion, Allen Border Field 1, Greg Chappell Street, Breakfast Creek QLD 4010
DATE Thursday 3 November, 2016
RSVP Thursday 27 October, 2016
TIME 12.00pm pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm start until 3.00pm
COST $120 CCF Members | $150 Non CCF Members
INCLUDES A gourmet two course lunch with three hour beverage package
DRESS Smart Casual