OCTOBER 2017

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Tue 3rd Oct
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Registration & Breakfast
8:00 am - 9:00 am
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Chairman & Keynote Introduction - Marcus Fich, Chairman, BCS Europe
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Keynote Introduction sponsored by Sigma

Keynote 'Smart Content: Smart Cities' Paul Doherty, CEO, The Digit Group Inc
9:25 am - 10:25 am
Paul Doherty, CEO, The Digit Group
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Session Synopsis:

Providing accurate and useful content for a single building using BIM is a challenge that we are all facing every day. But imagine scaling this issue to include every aspect of an entire city. Join us for an exploration of the world of Smart Cities and how one firm is tackling the issue of City-wide data and its implications on Climate Change, Governance, Design Aesthetic, Construction Means and Methods and Facility/Urban Management by showcasing real world examples of 30+ greenfield cities being developed from scratch from China, Australia, Southeast Asia, Middle East and the USA. You will be exposed to the lessons learned; best practices and value propositions that designers, manufacturers and software/innovation developers will need to know in order to position themselves for success in today’s Brave New World of Smart Cities. Welcome to the world of the Internet of Buildings.

Morning Tea
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One Size Does Not Fit All - How do we learn from project to project?
10:45 am - 12:00 pm
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Presented by: Mikkel Toppel Andersen & Tom Frostgaard, EAL

A project is an ongoing learning process, both for the project and the persons and organizations that participate. By this meaning, it is very hard to cover the project with an organization specific framework and by that, content. In the view of this, it is relevant to investigate how the persons and organizations integrate the professional subject-oriented information and data about objects in the digital process of a project. This sort of overview of the process demands a lot of experience/competences and interdisciplinary collaboration between project actors, requiring the process to be divided into smaller parts. We have therefor developed the didactical model to explain and cut down the process into:

1. The procurement phases in the Danish building industry

2. The BIM processes and information levels, inspired by Penn. State University and BIMforum

3. The professional subject-oriented elements

4. And the use of IT/ICT tools

All projects is driven by project specific knowledge that often is located at the individual level and therefore, it is important to have some transferable framework that all participants can act and work within. Learn methods that allow a team to collaborate, control, test, adjust and evaluate different digital deliverables from a project, and between persons and organizations in an ongoing iterative process.

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Digital Handover to Facility Management Now and What's Next?
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
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Presented by: Mads Bjerregaard, FM Manager, Region Midt & Jette Stolberg, BIM Manager, Niras

The European Building Content Summit is your opportunity to hear about the challenges and gains from the digitalization of the largest hospital construction project in Denmark. From ICT requirements specified 10 years ago and the first deliveries of 3D models and technical documentation to standardized discipline-specific datasets in the future. Join the discussion, when one of the largest building-owners and one of the leading building advisors present their views on these topics.

Workshop Roundtable 1
2:15 pm - 3:30 pm
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The use of facility management systems as delivery-systems, hosted by Mads Bjerregaard - Region Midt

Data management in the design and operation phases, hosted by Jette Stolberg - Niras

How people and organizations integrate the professional subject-oriented information and data about objects in the digital process of a project, hosted by Tom Frostgaard - Lillebaelt Academy

What should we use the DIGITAL objects for? hosted by Mikkel Toppel Andersen - Lillebaelt Academy

Directshape - a viable next step for model geometry? hosted by Adam Sheather, AECOM

Now That I Have All of This Content - What in the Hell Do I Do with It? hosted by Megan Green - UNIFI Labs & Randall Stevens - AVAIL

Digital data – what Is this? And how can we reuse the digital data and information in the building process? hosted by Susanne Lund - Sigma Estimates

Afternoon Tea
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Roundtable Workshop 2
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
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The use of facility management systems as delivery-systems, hosted by Mads Bjerregaard - Region Midt

Data management in the design and operation phases, hosted by Jette Stolberg - Niras

How people and organizations integrate the professional subject-oriented information and data about objects in the digital process of a project, hosted by Tom Frostgaard - Lillebaelt Academy

What should we use the DIGITAL objects for? hosted by Mikkel Toppel Andersen - Lillebaelt Academy

Directshape - a viable next step for model geometry? hosted by Adam Sheather, AECOM

Now That I Have All of This Content - What in the Hell Do I Do with It? hosted by Megan Green - UNIFI Labs & Randall Stevens - AVAIL

Digital data – what Is this? And how can we reuse the digital data and information in the building process? hosted by Susanne Lund - Sigma Estimates

Move back to Plenary

Day 1 Facilitated Wrap Up
5:20 pm - 6:00 pm

BCS Live - Hosted by Grundfos
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Networking Function
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Sponsor Welcome

Sponsor Welcome

Sponsor Welcome and Keynote Introduction

Sponsor Welcome and Keynote Introduction

Wed 4th Oct
Wed 4th Oct
Breakfast
8:15 am - 9:00 am

Chairperson's Welcome to Day 2, Marcus Fich, Chairperson, BCS Europe
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Marcus Fich, Chairperson, BCS Europe

Facilitated Discussion: Lessons Learned from Day 1 Workshop
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What will we want to change on the next project? And what steps must be taken for the benefit of our Industry?

What is good content for me - and why you should care - part 1
9:45 am - 10:30 am

Morning Tea
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What is good content for me - and why you should care part 2
10:45 am - 11:30 am

BIM Methodology and Best Practice: Presented by Lars Kanneworff, NTI CADcenter
11:30 am - 12:15 pm

Lunch Sponsored by NTI
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
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Roundtable Workshop: 'Towards Smarter Projects' - Part 1
1:15 pm - 2:15 pm
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How to Visualize the “I” in BIM, hosted by Megan Green - UNIFI Labs

Can MEP application design and optimization be ‘automated’ – and when would you use it? Hosted by Marcus Fich - Grundfos

Walking the BIM Tightrope as a BPM, hosted by Ville Kyytsonen - Uponer

The Standard Is a Lie. What Do Users Actually Have to Go Through to Convert Content to Work with Their Office & Client Standards? hosted by Paul Woddy - Whitefrog

What Content Do I Need? (all of It); When Do I Need It? (right now!) hosted by Nicholas Petitmaire, 3Dbyggeri

Your Product and Content Have Updated. Does the User Know? hosted by Randall Stevens - AVAIL

Data Management across BIM using Autodesk Forge and PowerBI - hosted by NTI

Round Table Changeover

Workshop 'Towards Smarter Projects' - Part 2
2:20 pm - 3:20 pm
Choose your own Round Table

Can MEP application design and optimization be ‘automated’ – and when would you use it? Hosted by Marcus Fich - Grundfos

Walking the BIM Tightrope as a BPM, hosted by Ville Kyytsonen - Uponer

The Standard Is a Lie. What Do Users Actually Have to Go Through to Convert Content to Work with Their Office & Client Standards? hosted by Paul Woddy - Whitefrog

What Content Do I Need? (all of It); When Do I Need It? (right now!) hosted by Nicholas Petitmaire, 3Dbyggeri

Your Product and Content Have Updated. Does the User Know? hosted by Randall Stevens - AVAIL

Data Management across BIM using Autodesk Forge and PowerBI - hosted by NTI

Event Wrap Up
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Drinks & Networking
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
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OCTOBER 2017