DATA DRIVEN PROJECTS
June 11 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm AEST
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Increasingly we see the sophistication of digital process play out in the built environment, and in infrastructure projects. The success behind these projects are attributed to the innovative ideas and approach of the people and organisations behind them.
At our June 11 event SydBIM, we present experts who champion a data centric, and computational approach to projects to drive more insightful design outcomes, more efficient project delivery, and ultimately a better result.
Auto Layout: A Large Goal with Small Beginnings
– Shawnee Finlayson (BVN)
The BVN Sydney studio has individually movable desks. The ultimate goal is to be able to do full layouts automatically, but there are a number of sub-tasks that present significant obstacles! This talk will outline what these tasks are, how they relate to each other and how we’ve solved some of them so far. Our current state is around collecting information about the status quo. The present is surprisingly hard to understand! We’ll outline how we rebuilt the studio model using a lidar scan, how we’re tracking desks using QR codes, computer vision, beacons and harry potter, how we pass data around using raw JSON for everything, and where all this leads into reinforcement learning and GANNs.
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shawnee-finlayson-65097368/ Twitter: @Shawnee_fi
Digital Fabrication & Metric Monkey
– Paul Wintour (Parametric Monkey)
Paul will present some of his recent work including the digital fabrication on UTS Central, and MetricMonkey, Parametric Monkey’s feasibility software which enables architects, urban designers and property developers to evaluate designs in real-time via an interactive dashboard.
HYway Data Driven Construction
– David Beslich (Hansen Yuncken)
David has been a Director of Hansen Yuncken since 1995 and was appointed to the Chair in December 2011. With a degree in Architecture, David has held a number of project and management related roles within Hansen Yuncken NSW over his 30 years’ service. With the continued growth of Hansen Yuncken as a national building contractor, and with an annual turnover of $1.2bn, David now has responsibility for the strategic growth of this 97 year old business. His particular focus is on the creation of an innovative construction business by the use of “smart technologies” and integrated work processes in the delivery of Hansen Yuncken projects.
- 5.30-6 p.m: Registration & networking drinks
- 6-8 p.m: Speakers, Q&A session
- 8-9:30 p.m: Networking drinks and canapes
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This event is proudly sponsored by DELTEK