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Digital Engineering (DE) is a global phenomenon that is rapidly evolving the way public infrastructure is procured, delivered, operated and maintained. DE is now recognised as global best practice for transport agencies, as a growing number of government and client organisations are now mandating the use of DE techniques and deliverables from their supply chain.
In this talk we discuss how Transport for NSW is developing a long-term strategy to implement DE consistently across programs and the asset lifecycle. We will also discuss project case-studies that demonstrate how DE is driving innovation, transforming business processes and achieving project outcomes.
If you would like to stand for a role on the ICE committee please contact Sasha Planinic at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refreshments 17.30, NSW Committee AGM 18:00, Technical Meeting 18:15.
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Simon is Chair of National DE Working Group and is leading the long-term strategy to implement DE within Transport for NSW. Simon is a Chartered Civil Engineer and over the past 16 years he's delivered of major infrastructure projects in Australia and the UK. He has been with Transport for NSW for over 10 years and is an active promoter of civil and digital engineering.
Ian is Technical Director of Digital Engineering at Jacobs for the Asia Pacific region and has been part of the ICE Committee in NSW since 2013. Prior to joining Jacobs Ian led the DE strategy for contractor Laing O'Rourke whilst in the DE Hub Lead role. Ian was a founding member of the 5D quantification and estimation specialist start-up, Privica, that were acquired by Laing O'Rourke in 2010.