Join Digital Node Director, Rebecca De Cicco for a new series of free webinars focusing on the ISO 19650 standard, Digital Twins and how to implement the Golden Thread.

Learn more about these digital workflows and how they can be used to build better projects, keep projects moving and mitigate risk now (and into the future).

Using digital tools make complex tasks more secure, accessible and consistent, as well as enabling greater collaboration to deliver better outcomes – wherever your teams are across the globe.

At Digital Node we’re specialist training providers for the construction industry. Our training programmes support the adoption and implementation of BIM and digital construction on building and infrastructure projects. In these webinars, Rebecca will give insights into the what is driving digital change in the industry and how you can use these to your advantage.

Applying the Principles and Clauses surrounding ISO 19650 to your projects

Tuesday 26 May 2020
9:00- 10:00 (BST)

In this webinar Rebecca will give delegates an overview of the principles of ISO 19650 and the clauses that surround different processes which would need to occur across a BIM project as well as referencing each clause and discussing the responsibilities of the Appointing Party as well as the Lead Appointed Party and the Delivery Team when working toward this standard.

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The reality about Digital Twins and how they relate to the implementation of BIM across your organisation

Thursday 4 June 2020
9:00 – 10:00 (BST)

When discussing the term ‘digital twin’, it is important to understand the exact definition and how it relates to BIM and the BIM Process.

In this webinar, Rebecca will discuss the origins of this term, how it can be applied to projects, the UK methodologies surrounding its creation, and strategy around the National Digital Twin (NDT) and how this can apply to the processes and requirements of ISO 19650.

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The Golden Thread – Tying BIM data together effectively across the lifecycle of a built asset

Tuesday 23 June 2020
9:00 – 10:00 (BST)

Tying information together is crucial on a BIM Project. Information that lives in 3D models, that is located in other documents and shared between multiple parties can be lost and disjointed. This is why ensuring that the requirements for non-geometrical data is clear across the design team which is crucial in order for this information to come together.

This webinar will discuss how to ensure key documentation is in place to enable parties to share information effectively and for this information to be tied together appropriately.

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