Return on VR Investment: Using the FULmax ‘BIM CAVE’ on Thames Tideway Tunnel – A Clients View
The use of immersive Virtual Reality (VR) in construction is widely considered too expensive, but with an engaged client and the right technology platform, the potential return on investment and project improvement is unrivalled.
This joint presentation by Dr Max Mallia-Parfitt and Tom Price will lift the lid on how using the FULmax ‘BIM CAVE’ on the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, recently featured in a BBC documentary, has improved the project delivery since it was installed.
Dr Max Mallia-Parfitt, Director of Applied Technology at Fulcro Group, will introduce the FULmax BIM CAVE technology and demonstrate how linking it to your Common Data Environment (CDE) removes the pain of processing and converting models for VR, whilst enabling your project teams to work on live project data.
Tom Price, BIM Information Manager for the BAM Nuttall, Morgan Sindall, Balfour Beatty joint venture delivering the west section of the Thames Tideway Tunnel, will demonstrate the value of the FULmax BIM CAVE technology along with the return on investment. Tom will also show some of the additional uses of the FULmax, not originally conceived before installation.
Come and find out how linking immersive VR technologies to your CDE can improved site communication, safety, transparency, training such as site inductions and design approval, and how you could realise these benefits today on your projects.