Design and construction of built-assets is a complex time-driven process, which requires close coordination between the owner, consultant, contractors, project manager and other building specialists. To deliver smart buildings, it is imperative to say that collaboration and integration of digital technologies across this wide spectrum becomes the key driving force. IDD tries to bridge this collaborative approach by a series of
integrated digital technologies. To deploy IDD in the built environment, it is important for all the stakeholders of the project to understand the goals/objectives and the underlying principles and technologies of IDD such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), Virtual Design & Construction (VDC), Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Computational Design, Digital Assets Management, and international standards for project delivery and information management such as ISO-19650. There is bright scope for IDD in the future, which might encompass using computers and digital technologies such as AI and Machine learning for Building Design and Automation, Robotics & IOT for construction and maintenance of buildings.
This half-day course is designed to educate developers and their value chain partners how IDD will impact the entire life cycle from design to fabrication to construction to maintenance. The intended audience are all the members of a project team.