RITZ CARLTON JBR / DUBAI / UAE

Digitalisation, remote
monitoring and diagnostics.
Increasing uptime and productivity

01 Nov 2021
Oct 5

Day 1

08:30 AM
Digital Twins

and the disruption of the Real Estate and Construction Industry


The first session of the 6th ME BIM Summit will focus on how digital twins can help organisations better operate, manage, and learn to build better new infrastructure assets. Featuring a Keynote Presentation and Panel Discussion, as well as Parallel Breakout Sessions, this segment of the summit will look at the challenges and inefficiencies around asset management in the real estate and construction sectors, and how they contribute towards increased wastage, costs, and time lost.

Expanding the Scope

of BIM through the Digitalisation of Construction


Session 2 will focus on the digitalisation of the construction industry and how it will expand how we currently work with BIM. Featuring a Keynote Presentation and Panel Discussion, as well as parallel breakout sessions, this session will aim to leave delegates with a greater appreciation of the value of digitising the physical world, while also educating them on the need for greater data quality and the lessons that can be learnt from other industries that have gone through their own digitalisation journey.

The Democratisation

of Data and its impact on the Future of Construction


The third session of the day will focus on the key topic of Data Democratisation and how it can unlock the power of BIM. Featuring a Keynote Presentation and Panel Discussion, as well as Parallel Breakout Sessions, this segment will focus on the need for data to flow seamlessly between project stakeholders and across organisations as this will fuel better decision making, increased efficiencies, and revitalise work processes. This segment aims to show delegates how data democratisation can create innovation and empower companies to deliver quality results.