Common Data Environments for the Real World (Panel)
As we move towards a more digitally enabled industry more and more data is being made available to us. It can help us collaborate more effectively on projects, mitigate risks, manage costs, manage assets and much more. The problem is that a lot of this data is unstructured coming from a variety of different stake holders with different drivers and capabilities. This can create huge inefficiencies that our newfound access to data should be helping to eliminate.
So, what is the answer? Structured data can and should help eradicate this wastage and get your projects running much more efficiently. The challenge is making sure that project data is collected in clear and universal fashion on your projects and this is where Common Data Environments (CDE) come in. However, understanding what is and isn’t a CDE and getting people to engage with it can be difficult.
Our panel of experts will offer an insight into multiple perspectives of how to structure a CDE and the various challenges and hurdles needed to overcome. Why transparency, neutrality and security with data is key and why it should be an essential element of a project. The potential for CDE’s at both organisational and industry level utilising industry standards.