Australasian Simulation Congress

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Our General Manager, Karen Sanders, is presenting her paper titled “Application of spatial solutions for time in construction” at the Australasian Simulation Congress tomorrow

About the paper:

The paper focuses on spatial solutions that are slowly being implemented globally, by early adopters in the construction sector, with an aim to make sector-wide improvements on time and cost management on major Engineering and Construction (E&C) projects.

It also explores the potential of 3D BIM, 4D BIM and Computer Gaming to transform the operating models of professional firms, where the three key themes addressed will be risk management, communication and technologies.

Furthermore, the paper draws real examples from the industry where these technologies have made positive contributions in the areas of arbitration and dispute resolution to provide an evidential, visual representation of a projects program.

According to studies by World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group

“Full-scale digitalisation in non-residential construction would, within 10 years, be capable of producing annual global cost savings of $0.7-1.2 trillion (13-21%) on E&C and $0.3-0.5 trillion (10-17%) in the Operations phase.”

 

If you would like to receive a copy of the paper, please email your Name, company, email and contact number at [email protected] to request a copy.

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