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COMIT Happy Hour Presents - Increasing productivity through drones and GIS/IoT-enabled project visualisation software
stuart.young@comitprojects posted a calendar event in Community CalendaruntilJoin us on Friday at 3.30pm to hear on the power of visual data, third-party APIs and IoT integration, and how a system can provide complete situational awareness and project visibility to all key stakeholders in major capital projects. Hear how project teams can visualize the entire life of their CapEx project, and even beyond as a live asset. Enabling cross-organisational and cross-vendor workflows, planning of future worksite activities and tracking project milestones allows for big data to be managed in a slick, intuitive and digestible way. A system that allows users to visualize both in 2D and 3D their site/facility and combine IoT and GIS functionalities together to become the "single source of truth". https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4510351039689315851
untilAn exclusive virtual breakfast discussion with Roger Bailey Chief Technical Officer and Head of the Completion and Handover Team for the Thames Tideway Tunnel project. As 2020 moves forward, our TwinTalks virtual breakfast programme continues and so it is my pleasure to invite you to the latest event. Following the success of our previous virtual TwinTalks, this breakfast meeting will again gather senior directors from across the sector to hear from an expert speaker and discuss the emerging role of digital twin technology in driving whole life value across every part of modern infrastructure management. This latest virtual event will feature an interview with Roger Bailey Chief Technical Officer and Head of the Completion and Handover Team for the £4.9bn Thames Tideway Tunnel project. Roger’s wide range or responsibilities include technical oversight, system commissioning and the crucial task of operational integration of the completed Thames Tideway Tunnel asset into the existing London sewer network. Antony Oliver will use the interview to find out more about progress on this important and challenging project, not least as the Covid-19 crisis continues, but also understand more about how the project is handling the critical process of moving from design and construction towards commissioning and asset handover into operation. In particular, I will explore how the use of data and digital twin technology will become fundamental to the future of this vital water management and flood protection asset going forward. Please feel free to register and attend - https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/2757879/7E53A3400267B32A05FDBE7F64AF9770 If you would like to read highlights from previous events please dont hesitate to reach out to me - Mark Coates (firstname.lastname@example.org)