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During this session we will touch upon current best practice and industry research from the UK on effective digital information management to enable digital transformation across the construction sector. We bring together a series of industry research and practice projects funded over the past 12 months to propose how we might evidence a digital workflow that enables a digital golden thread of information; incorporating energy modelling and analysis, parametric and 4D modelling and the integration of sensor technology to offer robust evaluation of the environments we create. We will outline our pioneering work on integrating sensor technologies to monitor environment quality and provide actionable feedback to occupants, owners and building managers with a view to improving occupant health, enabling predictive maintenance and achieving ambitious energy and carbon reduction targets.

Who's Presenting

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Oliver Jones

(Moderator)

Director of Research, Ryder Architecture

Director of Research, Ryder Architecture

Biographie

Oliver is an active ambassador for wellbeing, healthy buildings and research + innovation in the AEC sector. He has delivered TED talks and regularly speaks publicly at international conferences on construction 4.0, technology enhanced healthy buildings and promoting design for wellbeing as well as developing research + innovation strategies for AEC businesses.

Oliver has recently joined the award-winning international practice Ryder Architecture as Research Director to manage and develop their growing research power. Working with a network of international government policy makers, funding bodies, academic networks and industry partners Ryder conduct collaborative, pioneering research across many areas of the AEC sector.

Voted among the top 500 most inspiring and influential professionals in the built environment sector in 2019. Oliver champions healthy building design and an approach to construction and placemaking that embraces new technologies to enhance public and environmental health while delivering social value. Much of his works explore the notion of the building as a lab and the city as a lab, and how society can most intelligently use emerging technology and data to improve societal and environmental health.

He has previous experience in technology enhanced learning and embedding technology in new training and curricula design and has worked with the UK, US, Swedish and Malaysian governments as well as Stanford, Berkeley and Cambridge Universities in this area. Oliver also sits on the Historic England Expert Advisory Group advising on research and development, wellbeing, widening participation and digital strategy development.

During this session we will touch upon current best practice and industry research from the UK on effective digital information management to enable digital transformation across the construction sector. We bring together a series of industry research and practice projects funded over the past 12 months to propose how we might evidence a digital workflow that enables a digital golden thread of information; incorporating energy modelling and analysis, parametric and 4D modelling and the integration of sensor technology to offer robust evaluation of the environments we create. We will outline our pioneering work on integrating sensor technologies to monitor environment quality and provide actionable feedback to occupants, owners and building managers with a view to improving occupant health, enabling predictive maintenance and achieving ambitious energy and carbon reduction targets.

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