13 May 2022
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Building Technology

Building a smart and digitized industry

If we are to ride the wave of change into the future, we must avoid the ‘tech wash’ and instead apply technology solutions while using less energy and resources to do so. We look beyond to discover who’s driving change, and what’s behind it. 1. Human habitat resilience   Global advisory and multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy, Cundall, […]

Digital by Default – The Progression of our Built Environment

 1. Is being Digital by Default now a given for the construction industry or is there still resistance? As an industry we are moving very quickly in terms of adoption of innovative techniques. Having said this there is still much resistance when it comes to implementing change, be it digital or other. Working with your […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | The Global Impact of BIM

Jamila Rizvi sat down with Rebecca de Cicco of Aurecon for an in-depth discussion on the historical journey of the UK BIM Policy and its impacts on the global BIM implementation and what this means for the Australian built environment. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the […]

UK & US Collaborate to improve BIM in the built environment

Marking the next step in a two-year collaboration the MoU will see the U.S. National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) work with experts from the UK’s Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) on the development of a national BIM program for the U.S. supporting international alignment on technical standards for the built environment. The US-UK collaboration […]

6 things to know about digital building

As a world leader in the adoption of digital building technologies, there’s a lot the Australian building and construction industry can learn from their UK counterparts. Here are 6 tips shared from NBS Australia, Be Summit headline sponsor, direct from their own event held in the UK last week, on the political, legal and technological drivers required for industry change and adoption as well as the impact of the pandemic on the digital future.

BIM continues to make its mark on Australian building projects

Building information modelling is producing results for projects worldwide. Is Australia up to speed?

Digital twin helps planners navigate Fishermans Bend

A 4D virtual twin of Australia’s largest urban renewal project, Fishermans Bend, is taking BIM to the next level.

Stay Relevant: How to Handle Rapid Digital Growth

Today’s technological trend is rapidly growing and at an increasing rate. It is transforming the building industry landscape with businesses consistently expanding their architectural and engineering capabilities.

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