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Event Organiser: ICE

Digital engineering, Abergele

  • Lecture
  • Abergele
  • 11 October 2017
  • 18:00 - 20:00
Digital engineering, Abergele

About this event

Join ICE President Professor Tim Broyd at an interesting and informative event featuring three presentations on the theme of Digital Engineering.

Management of Digital Information on a Major Bioresources Infrastructure Project, Five Fords Advanced Anaerobic Digestion

We are now producing and managing more information in construction than ever before. With the correct workflows, processes and tools in place the way we deliver projects can be enhanced, paving the way for truly intelligent delivery and assets. This talk reviews the Five Fords Advanced Anaerobic Digestion Project, a £38million Bioresources Investment by Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water in North Wales, and explains how the development and utilisation of different tools has ensured that data is managed from inception through to commissioning and delivery in the most efficient way. The talk will also explore how particular advancements in modelling, immersive environments and Virtual Reality have helped the whole project team make efficiencies through design reviews, maintenance assessments and construction "dress rehearsals".

Digital control of earthworks

Providing a digital workflow for earthworks and construction that can be managed remotely, to improve process on site. Looking at Topcon machine control hardware and software

The dawn of the drone and the digital age

How drones can be utilised in an engineering context and what to be aware of whether operating yourself or outsourcing. Applications from development of a new site through to maintenance of existing assets - how data is captured and more importantly, how to make use of it. Leading us to the future of drone technology and Ocuair innovations.

This event is a joint event with IStructE.


Event venue

The Kinmel Hotel and Spa
St George Road
Abergele LL22 9AS
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Cherry Cronly

e: cherry.cronly@ice.org.uk