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SSSI BIM/UAV/Remote Measurement Seminar

Surveying And Spatial Sciences Institute Limited

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 from 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm (AEST)

SSSI BIM/UAV/Remote Measurement Seminar

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Ticket Type Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
SSSI Member/Alliance 3d 1h 1m $150.00 $0.00
NON-Member 3d 1h 1m $275.00 $0.00
SSSI YP 3d 1h 1m $100.00 $0.00
SSSI Retired/Student 3d 1h 1m $75.00 $0.00
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Cadastral Futures, Remote Measurement and BIM

Remote Measurement and Building Information Modelling (BIM) is changing the way surveyors work, think, collaborate and earn money.

As well as being one of the future delivery models identified in Cadastre 2034, BIM provides many functional niche frameworks for using and sharing multidimensional digital representations of buildings and is one of the driving forces for the digitization of our work. This affects many tasks that surveyors and GIS professionals perform such as cost estimation, GIS analysis, engineering surveying, construction work, land management, subdivision measurement and facilities management.

In the last State Budget, a Government BIM Implementation Plan was announced to further promote the capability of BIM in the areas of project delivery and infrastructure asset management in Victoria.

Please join us for an afternoon of superb presentations in Melbourne.

View the program below:

TIME             PRESENTER

1:00-1:30 BIM and the Surveyor - Nathan Wallace, National Account Manager, LISTECH

This presentation was well-received at the BIM For Surveyors Workshop at the 2017 FIG Working Week in Helsinki, which showcases how you can work smarter within your BIM projects.

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1:30-2:00 BIM for Surveying and Spatial Industry - Mohsen Kalantari, Senior Lecturer in Geomatics Engineering, University of Melbourne

Building Information Modelling (BIM) benefits are increasingly being recognised in architectural design, engineering, construction and management processes of buildings, precincts and infrastructures. This presentation offers an agenda through which the surveying and spatial industry can position itself to augment and scale these benefits by integrating the knowledge generated through building information modelling.

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2:00-2:30 Government BIM Implementation Plan- Athena Andriotis, Director, Construction and Advanced Manufacturing Employment Investment and Trade, Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources

Athena will speak on the Governments BIM implementation plan across new infrastructure projects to provide further support and promote greater consistency in the applications of BIM.

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2:30-3:00 Status of BIM in Europe and Asia - Thierry Demathieu, Program Manager - Surveying & Property Services, Surveying Department, School of Vocational Engineering, Health and Sciences, RMIT

A recent trip to several universities in parts of Europe and Asia, Thierry will discuss what he learned and what training is proposed for local surveyors and other geospatial professionals in BIM, based on current European and Asian trends.

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3:00-3:30 Afternoon Tea

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3:30 - 4:00 Implementation of a UAV program within Melbourne Water - Heath McMahon, Geospatial and Survey Services Team Leader, Asset Knowledge & Systems, Melbourne Water

This presentation will include the limitations, applications and considerations to support a UAV program throughout proposed stages of implementation and development with training, hardware and support provided by UPG.

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4:00 – 4:30 Z-Boats, UAV and other Remote Measurement Technology - Dion Lervasi, Director, Austral Research and Consulting; and James Rennie, Director, AUAV

Dion will showcase the Z-Boat’s amazing functionality, while James will provide the latest use of 3D modelling with UAV technology.

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4:30 – 5:00 Reality Data Capture – The Bigger Picture - Anton Van Wyk, Director, Spatial Technologies

What are the relationships between BIM, GIS and Survey? How are they being integrated?  Anton will explain how to reduce duplication and costs through the sharing of information between these environments.

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5:00 - 5:30 The Electronic Subdivisions and Cadastral Lodgement Network in SPEAR - Mark Briffa, Manager, Electronic Subdivisions Unit, Land Use Victoria; Hamed Olfat, ePlan Coordinator, DELWP

Mark and Hamed will provide information on the SPEAR Electronic Network and digital lodgement of other plan based dealings being considered for inclusion in future releases, as well as an update on ePlan.

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Program may be subject to change slightly.

FPET = 0.5 Cad, and 3.5 Other

Have questions about SSSI BIM/UAV/Remote Measurement Seminar? Contact Surveying And Spatial Sciences Institute Limited

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QVWC - Victoria Room
210 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne 3000
Australia

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 from 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm (AEST)


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