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Webinar - The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework


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To celebrate CDBB’s publication of The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework: A Commons for a Digital Built Britain, Miranda Sharp who led the team that developed the document, will chair a panel of experts to talk about the proposed Pathway and host a Q&A session with the audience on Monday 8th June at 18:30.

The Panel

  • Professor Dame Wendy Hall, Regius Professor of Computer Science University of Southampton
  • Dr Matthew West, Director, Information Junction, named author of the Pathway document
  • Dr James Hetherington, Turing Institute, named author of the Pathway document
  • Mark Enzer, Head of the National Digital Twin Programme
  • Sam Chorlton,  DT Hub Lead, National Digital Twin Programme

We would be delighted if you could to join us for the webinar and would value your thoughts and questions:

The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework: A Commons for a Digital Built Britain sets out the technical approach for the development of an Information Management Framework (IMF) to enable secure, resilient data sharing across the built environment.  The publication of the report by CDBB, in partnership with the Construction Innovation Hub, is a critical milestone towards a National Digital Twin. The Pathway can be viewed on the CDBB website: https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/news/pathway-towards-IMF

Alongside the Pathway document, we have also published  its twin, The approach to delivering a National Digital Twin for the United Kingdom, outlining the National Digital Twin Programme’s progress to date, while looking ahead to the development of the Information Management Framework, this document should be read alongside the Pathway: https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/news/approach-delivery-national-digital-twin-united-kingdom

The IMF Pathway document is open for public consultation for three months and we would really value your feedback on it.

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