17 - 18 October 2018
Excel, London

DCW 2018

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WHAT IS GEOSPATIAL

The Geospatial Industry is witnessing change like never before and, in the digital world, a precise understanding of the physical is essential.

It allows us to better understand, plan, predict, and deliver projects through greater access and analysis of data to help solve some of the many challenges we find in the built environment.

Advances in this area are spawning high-efficiency methods for construction and operations and, in the near future, we expect this to expand from simple positioning to take a wider and deeper role in the construction and operation of buildings and facilities.

They will further unlock the opportunities for autonomous vehicles, the future of transport networks and will be pivotal against the backdrop of smart cities and the Internet of Things.

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THE GEOSPATIAL THEATRE

Geospatial at DCW will explore the latest trends in geospatial technology and GIS, with live demos and interactive exhibits.

Our full two day seminar programme will offer practical guidance and best practice and focus on helping create links, drive conversation and showcase the value and convergence of these technologies and processes for the wider industry. 

We’ll also explore the emerging opportunities for these solutions as we move from pre to post construction and the wider role of Geospatial as it feeds into the digital built environment, the opportunities for future cities, estate management, and even autonomous transport systems.

We'll go beyond hardware, exploring the future of geospatial, from the future of transportation networks, to estates management, the connected sites.

 

 

 

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2018 THEATRE PROGRAMME

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17 Oct 2018
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    Geospatial Theatre
    The Satellite based Structural Health Monitoring is an innovative approach that utilises satellite derived measurements (principally Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) analysis) of displ ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    By 2050 it is projected that 90% of all vehicles on the road in the UK will be electric. The advent of electric vehicles will generate significant economic and social benefits. However challenges exis ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Atkins digital Incubator team were tasked to produce a rapid solution within 100 days to solve one of their client's biggest problems. As one of Atkins main clients, Thames Water was chosen and the ch ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    As the UK’s leading smart infrastructure solutions company, Costain is helping to improve people's lives and meet urgent national needs across the UK's energy, water and transportation infrastructures ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    Getting the right information to the right people at the right time has always been a key driver of information management, no more so than when those people are working in a remote field location arm ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    The construction industry is undergoing a digital revolution as we see traditional tools and processes being replaced with digital ways of working. New technologies and processes are transforming how ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    Infrastructure is critical to our daily lives. Whilst the location of infrastructure assets has always been important to plan, build, record and operate assets, utilising built-environment data for pu ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    The world is becoming more connected every day. The "Internet of things" has infiltrated our personal lives significantly over the last few years and continues to advance forward. From summoning a veh ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    TRL will present the latest news and results from the £100 million government-backed Smart Mobility Living Lab. Located in Greenwich the Lab provides a real-life environment where Connected and Autono ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    Most construction professionals acknowledge that increased adoption of new technologies in the future will improve the way projects are designed and built. Drone mapping is one of these key technologi ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Smart or intelligent built assets promise a bright future, with the potential to improve performance and enable Facilities Managers to make more informed decisions than ever before. However, with 80% ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    The development of internet of Things and Information Communication technology (ICT) is growing at an exorbitant rate. For the 'Smart City' movement this means leveraging data to achieve a constantly ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    This session will give delegates a summary of the Innovate UK Future Cities mission to Australia in 2018. Innovate UK selected a group of 17 smart innovative companies to support a smart cities missio ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    If we take the stance; BIM is about collaboration and data and IFC is the format to allow that collaboration and data sharing but most importantly being platform independent Then we can focus on how I ...
18 Oct 2018
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
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    Geospatial Theatre
    The space sector is rapidly advancing. These advancements are bringing those of us here on the ground new insights into how we can reduce the vulnerability of our infrastructure assets and urban envir ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    Tom Mossop will be speaking about the Democracy of Data. In this Digital Age we are living in a world whereby the challenges our industry faces will seemingly be resolved by the richness of technology ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    Previously, it has been said that there is “No F in Format” Geospatial Commissioner William Priest tells us: “Digital Built Britain cannot be built on paper foundations.”  It’s clear that there’s a sh ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    GeoConnect+ is saving organisations valuable time and money by unlocking data usually tied up in costly licensed GIS solutions and makes this available to time-pressured professionals. It is the resul ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    In this session Paul Wilson Highways Technology Director at Kier will discuss the opportunities for connected and autonomous vehicles.  Discussing some of the challenges that need to be solved to enab ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Case study spotlight: In this session find out how our team digitally documented an old network of sewers, 450m long, in an incredibly narrow and confined space with highly restricted access in Centra ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    For many years, laser scanning has been used as a method to capture as built information to form the basis for the design intent in refurbishment and alterations projects. Traditionally this has been ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    Emu Analytics specialise in software platforms designed to effectively and intuitively visualise insights relating to how interactions with infrastructure appear in place and time. Typically these are ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    An understanding of BIM is very much dependent upon whose eyes are being used to view and, depending on the angle of viewing, our understanding has a tendency to change. For many years, information ma ...
    • Geospatial
    Geospatial Theatre
    An estimated 5-12per cent of any construction budget is currently being used up by fixes and rework on UK projects.  Historically, the construction industry simply hasn’t had the resources or tools av ...
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    Geospatial Theatre
    the use of AI-led, blockchain-ready, VR capable aerial robotics which are specifically designed for construction tasks.

DCW ONSITE

In addition the Geospatial Theatre we will have a number of exciting exhibits and features exploring geospatial and the digital built world, including our DCW Onsite feature.

Brand new for 2018, we will be creating a replica construction site where our exhibitors and partners will be able to showcase their technologies ‘in the field’. The Arena will play host to live drone and UAV flights, autonomous vehicle and machine control demos, and showcase the latest mapping and geospatial technologies.

Visitors will have the chance to take a seat in our grandstand and try out some of the technology for themselves.

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