A recent review, carried out as part of the ICE's Digital Transformation campaign discovered five key skills and behaviours that will be crucial in addressing future challenges facing engineers.
Helping you to get ahead, the Library has put together a few resources on each of the key topics the Digital Transformation Campaign addresses.
Collaboration / Communication
Analytics / Big data
- KIM, D. K. Advances in civil, architectural, structural and constructional engineering: proceedings of the international conference held in Busan, South Korea on the 21-23 August 2015. E-Book. Boca Raton: CRC Press; Balkema 2016
- MAIR, R. J. Transforming the future of infrastructure through smarter information: proceedings of the international conference held in Cambridge on the 27-29 June 2016. London: ICE Publishing, 2016
- STIMMEL, C. L. Building smart cities: analytics, ICT, and design thinking. Boca Raton: CRC Press, An Auerbach Book, 2016
- Springer R&D resources on data analytics - available through the E-Resources section of the Library catalogue
Creativity / Innovation
Security / Resilience
- Karl Jones: Cyber threats and civil engineering – understanding the risks Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Civil Engineering, Volume 169 Issue 3, August 2016, pp. 100-100
- BOYES, H. Code of practice for cyber security in the built environment. London: IET, 2014
- EYNON, J. The construction manager's BIM handbook. E-Book. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, 2016
- LAING, C. Securing critical infrastructure and critical control systems: approaches for threat protection. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2013
Be a part of the Digital Transformation Campaign
Behaviours and skills will be further explored at our conference on 13 October, Shaping a digital world.
Follow our Digital Transformation campaign for more events, conferences, content and expert insights, wherever you are on the journey towards digital.
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Any questions regarding borrowing books or accessing the E-Resources, please contact the Library on 020 7665 2252 or firstname.lastname@example.org