Smarter Facilities. Digitally.

It is time for a smarter approach and a toolbox that provides efficiency and visibility for the whole-of-lifecycle. Imagine a built asset where communication and information about the asset flows through the phases from Design and Construct, to Operate and Manage, and finally to Decommission? Held at Facilities Integrate, Auckland, join asBuilt founder and CEO, David Burton as he explores the potential for digital evolution of FM.

Start
26 Nov 2020 08:20am
End
26 Nov 2020 10:00am
Member Cost
Complimentary
Non-Member Cost
$65 + GST
CPD Points
1
Event Type
National - Breakfast Seminar
Location
Auckland
Course Level
All
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Event Description

As custodians of the built environment, facilities managers make a vital contribution and are required to have an agile mindset to deal with seismic shifts taking place in the world.

Yet the facilities industry suffers from lack of information built up over the lifetime of the assets they’re managing. Traditional construction processes, paper-based or digital, are undertaken in isolation and without thought or conversation with the people who will be looking after the asset for the next 100 years. Today there’s a huge lack of supply chain visibility, integration and records, which leads to increased costs, repeated work, inefficiency and loss of productivity; all dumped at the Facilities team’s feet.

It is time for a smarter approach and a toolbox that provides efficiency and visibility for the whole-of-lifecycle. Imagine a built asset where communication and information about the asset flows through the phases from Design and Construct, to Operate and Manage, and finally to Decommission? This should be the new normal.

Held at Facilities Integrate 2020, join asBuilt founder and CEO, David Burton as he explores:
  • The potential for digital evolution of Facilities Management.
  • 3D Spatial Intelligence solutions to manage risk and operational sustainability, while saving time, saving money and with the implementation of Digital Twin technology.
  • The tools to link disparate stakeholders at each stage of the journey via a single connected information model. Knowledge is maintained meaning asset information like warranties and guarantees, and visibility into what is actually behind constructed walls, is stored from the start.
  • How Auckland District Health Board have embraced this technology and its potential as a platform for IoT, AI, ML and live insights to optimise the life-long performance of built assets.
Example 1
ActivityPoints
National Breakfast Seminar (x2)2
Branch After 5 Educational Event (x2)2
FM Summit10
Webinar1
Non FMANZ Seminar or Workshop4
TOTAL20

 

Example 2
ActivityPoints
National Breakfast Seminar (x4)4
Branch After 5 Educational Event (x4)4
Pathways Workshop5
Webinar (x4)4
FMANZ Quiz Night1
Professional Reading (x2)2
TOTAL20
Example 3
ActivityPoints
National Breakfast Seminar (x1)1
Accredited FM tertiary paper (x1)15
Non-FMANZ Seminar or Workshop4
TOTAL20