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11 am to 12 pm    Utilising 3D data: 3D Singapore Sandbox use cases for the AEC sector

Hear from 3D Singapore Sandbox partners about 3D data use cases for the AEC sector, from 3D visualisation, shadow impact analysis, visibility study for buildings and more. The 3D Singapore Sandbox includes 3D geospatial data such as 3D building models from SLA and the private sector.

About the 3D Singapore Sandbox
The 3D Singapore Sandbox@GeoWorks is a first-of-its-kind collaborative environment for industry partners and developers that aims to encourage the use of 3D geospatial data to develop and test new applications and services that can benefit both the public and private sectors. The initial audience for the 3D Singapore Sandbox is expected to be from the real estate, logistics and construction industries. Interested parties can book a time slot to use the 3D Singapore Sandbox at GeoWorks.

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Noah Arles
Technical Specialist Manager – Infrastructure 
Architecture, Engineering & Construction, ANZ + ASEAN + India

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Lewis Goh
Chief Solution Architect


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Dr Uwe Jasnoch
VP Business Development
Director Presales APAC

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12 pm to 1 pm    Applying GIS in engineering projects: Mott MacDonald’s case studies

  • Photogrammetry in geological mapping
  • Iskandar’s Adaption of GIS configurable apps for community and project data collection
  • Applications of geospatial digital twins with Moata

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Fabien Blanchais
Principal Engineering Geologist

 
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Nurul Sofiana Syafril GIS Engineer


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Jonathan McCallum
Senior Consultant
1 pm to 2 pm    Lunch break

2 pm to 3 pm    Panel: How geospatial research and data can help detect mobility patterns and social segregation

In this session, geospatial experts from CITYDATA.ai, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and the University of Oregon will explore how geospatial data can be used to detect how people live, behave and the choices they make.

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Apu Kumar
CEO
CITYDATA.ai

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Lucas Shen
Research Affiliate
Asia Competitiveness Institute 
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
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Jeroen Borst
Program Manager Digitalisation 
for Accessibility and Livability
TNO
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2 pm to 3 pm: The city above and below ground – Learning from experts in ‘digging holes’
The mining industry had to overcome challenges in scale and complexity excavating sand, soil and rock unlike any other. The technology and innovation to safely design and perform excavations reaching 2 km depth, moving ten or hundred thousands of tons of materials per day and operate economically provides cross-industry opportunities for cities and construction. Geospatial tools and geostatistics to create virtual twins of cities above ground and underground can enable new ways of working, planning, designing and imagining cities

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GEOVIA Worldwide
Industry Process Consultant 
Dassault Systemes
3 pm to 4 pm    Trimble railway solutions
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Partner co-located track
Trimble's GEDO Track measurement technology is being use to control and document the slab-track installation, pre-measuring for tampering, track survey. Trimble GEDO Scan System is a modern, efficient tool to collect detailed information about track and surrounding features. With Trimble GEDO Scan you can quickly gather precise, high-resolution data for use in track clearance assessments and facilities management.

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Technical Manager 
Trimble Inc

4 pm to 5 pm    Urban climate and geomechanics simulations – Integrated into a GIS / BIM virtual twin
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Partner co-located track
Physics Simulation brings digital twins to life. Our Virtual Twin combines geospatial data with detailed meta-data of all buildings in a city. This opens up new possibilities to study what-if scenarios with the help of cutting-edge simulation technology. We present two use cases that can benefit from such an integration: A digital urban climate twin that predicts the impact of new building or district layouts on the climate in a city as well as Virtual Construction Process that incorporates geological information. This rich Virtual Twin can be experienced by all stake-holders - From city planners to politicians, from  executive management to engineers.

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SIMULIA APAC
Sales Director 
Dassault Systemes