Digital Construction Week 2021 Now Live
Digital Construction Week is 24-25 at ExCel London and has announced its speaker line-up. DCW is Europe’s leading innovation and technology event for the built environment. In partnership with UK BIM Alliance the Show will host a BIM village with BIM workshops, CPD learning hours qualified presentations. Register free. Geo Business, the Geospatial technology show, is running next door for anyone involved in the gathering, storing, processing and delivery of geospatial information. Register free. The two shows will present packed agendas and it will be a great day to connect with people in the industry and take in all things Digital Construction and Geospatial. See you there!
beable presenting at Digital Construction Week!
- When: 3.30-4pm Wednesday 24 November, ExCel London 👏
- Where: BIM Village, ExCel London
- Title: “North London Heath & Power Project - Implementing site technology needs vision, leadership, and lots of groundwork"
National Digital Twin App
The National Digital Twin Programme in partnership with Esri UK have developed an interactive app that is built on a fictional town and shows what happens in various weather scenarios as a result of different decisions. The app enables users to select isolated or connected digital twins to test how the 2 options affect the outcome of the future of the city affected by a series of severe weather events that cause infrastructure emergencies across the city and damage to utilities. Titled ‘Tomorrow Today’ and directed by BAFTA winning director Colin O’Toole, it all sounds rather dystopian but we can’t wait to play. Watch the video / play here.
Internet Connectivity for New, Temporary and Challenging locations…
For new, temporary and challenging locations why not consider the EMS i-MO OptiBond solution? Delivers fast / resilient aggregated 4G and / or fixed line services to site in days. The system is widely used on difficult to serve and new commercial and infrastructure projects. See www.ems-imo.comFind out more
ARUP decarbonises its portfolio
ARUP has committed to not taking on any more work involved in the extraction refinement or transportation of fossil fuels. It said all future work will concentrate on renewable or sustainable energy sources. ARUP works in 140 countries and the commitment is global. It will also carry out lifecycle carbon assessments on all building projects. ARUP is one of the contractors at North London Heat and Power Project which turns waste into energy for North London homes.