Konferencija INFRABIM OPEN 2019

2019-01-15 10:00
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2019-01-16 16:00

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Kviečiame dalyvauti InfraBIM Open 2019 konferencijoje Tamperėje!

InfraBIM Open 2018 buvo pirmoji konferencija apie atvirajį BIM infrastruktūroje, kurioje dalyvavo daugiau nei 400 dalyvių iš 17 skirtingų šalių.

Visų laukiama antroji konferencija bus dar didesnė ir dar geresnė – daugiau nei 60 pranešimų iš 15 skirtingų šalių. Bus pristatyto praktinės patirtys įvairiausiuose projektuose visame pasaulyje, sužinosite, kaip BIM pritaikomas prie infrastruktūros sektoriaus poreikių.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

MONDAY JANUARY 14

  • 19.00 – 21.00 GET TOGETHER

TUESDAY JANUARY 15

  • 10.00 OPENING SESSION
  • 10.00 Welcome from the Organizing Committee Tarmo Savolainen (Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency)
  • 10.05 Opening words Director-General Kari Wihlman (Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency)
  • 10.20 EU BIM Task Group – the public clients BIM push. Ingemar Lewen (The Swedish Transport Administration)
  • 11.00 COUNTRY REPORTS SESSION
  • 11:00 Road Map of Digital Design and Construction of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure – a Use Case Driven Approach. Thomas Liebich (BIM4INFRA Consortium)
  • 11:20 Banedanmark and the Danish Road Directorate collaborates on the digital transformation of the Danish infrastructure industry. Gita Mohshizadeh (Banedanmark) , Anna Rosenkrantz (Banedanamrk)
  • 11:40 TBA
  • 12.15 Lunch, Exhibition and Networking
  • 13.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS. ASSET MANAGEMENT 1
  • 13:30 Combining existing asset data in railway infrastructure with BIM and geospatial data. Chi Zhang (applitec GmbH / Ghent University) , Pieter Pauwels (Ghent University), Odilo Schoch (ETH Zurich / Schoch Arch. Serv. LLC), Andreas Pinzenöhler (IQSOFT), Billal Mahoubi (Swiss Federal Railway SBB)
  • 14:00 The EUROTL: Asset information management for European Roads using Semantic Web and Linked data. Jan Erik Hoel (Trimble Solutions Sandvika) , Lars Wikström (Triona), Bart Luiten (TNO) , Benno Koehorst (RWS)
  • 14:30 Digital use cases for bridge facility management. Inka Lappalainen (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd) , Markku Kiviniemi (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd), Päivi Puntila (Trimble Solutions Oy), Pekka Toivola (Savcor Tempo Oy)
  • PLANNING AND DESIGN 1
  • 13:30 Jokeri Light Rail – Information Management in Alliance Model. Liisa Kemppainen (Sito) , Juuso Kuusinen (YIT)
  • 14:00 Utilization of BIM in design and construction – Blominmäki wastewater treatment facility. Lari Metsäpelto (YIT Infra Oy) , Tommi Lius (Pöyry Finland Oy)
  • 14:30 BIM in development of large multi-project areas. Heidi Piiroinen (City of Helsinki) , Jarkko Räsänen (FCG Desing and Engineering Ltd)
  • RESEARCH 1
  • 13:30 Importance of geological and geotechnical models in InfraBIM – Case studies in engineering projects. Rie Kudoh (OYO corporation), Syoichi Nishiyama (OYO corporation), Hiromasa Shima (OYO corporation).
  • 14:00 Enhancing motivation and skills development in building information modelling for infrastructure topics by using active learning methods. Raido Puust (Tallinn University of Technology / MAGNET Systems Finland)
  • 14:30 Visualisation of risk information in BIM to support risk mitigation and communication: case studies. Oliver Heinonen (Ramboll Finland Oy), Lari Tuominen (Ramboll Finland Oy)
  • CHALLENGER 1
  • Real Value of Digital Construction Continuum. Erkki Mäkinen (Trimble) , Tuomas Hörkkö (Point Group Oy
  • Information Flow in Infra Construction Project. Heikki Halttula (MAGNET Systems Finland)
  • Machine control designed for open infraBIM. Teemu Virtanen (Novatron Oy)
  • 15.00 Coffee, Exhibition and Networking // Sponsored by MAGNET Systems Finland
  • 15.45 PARALLEL SESSIONS
  • ASSET MANAGEMENT 2
  • 15:45 InfraBIM as-built Model of the Tallinn Airport Airside Area Development Project. Jüri Pärtna (Reaalprojekt OÜ) , Risto Vahenurm (BIMConsult OÜ) , Jaanus Veskla (Tallinn Airport)
  • 16:15 Digitalisation for waterway infrastructures – first steps and first experiences. Joerg Boedefeld (Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute)
  • 16:45 BIG in Sweden – CoClass for Asset Management. Mikael Malmkvist (Swedish Building Services) , Mikael Törnkvist (The Swedish Transport Administration)
  • 17:15 EDISON – Bridge Inspection using UAVs and Artificial Intelligence. Peter Furtner (VCE)
  • CONSTRUCTION 1
  • 15:45 InfraBIM workflow on site at Norway and Finland – Success stories and differences between two Nordics. Petteri Palviainen (Novatron Oy)
  • 16:15 The new Metro » Nacka, Södermalm and southern suburbs. Conrad Malmstedt Ledin (Sweco Civil AB)
  • 16:45 Tampere Deck and Arena – construction project over railways – providing the right information to make the right decisions. Aki Kopra (Kreate Oy) , Eero Särkkä (Ramboll Finland Oy)
  • 17:15 Case VALTARI – Alliance to Deliver New Road in Lahti Region with Tight Collaboration. Kyosti Kanerva (Pöyry Finland) , Heikki Lehkonen (Skanska Infra)
  • DIGITAL SYSTEM 1
  • 15:45 BIM implementation for the Rail Baltica Global Project. Raitis Busmanis (RB Rail AS) , Jovita Starynina (RB Rail AS)
  • 16:15 Dynamo: an easy and helpful tool in the design of a scenic footbridge. Rosa Maria Torra Reventós (Sabadell City Council)
  • 16:45 Creating BIM »as built« 3D road elements based on existing roads point cloud scan data. Leon Leban (CGS Labs d.o.o.)
  • 17:15 From data to bridge design. Eetu Partala (Sweco)
  • CHALLENGER 2
  • 3D infrastructure data integration in BIM based construction processes. Steffen Rabe (RIB Information Technologies AG) , Hans Schulz (RIB Information Technologies AG). Louhi Project Dashboard – Case Raide-Jokeri & Kruunusillat projects. Arla Hillner (Sitowise)
  • Interoperability and process workflow in infrastructure asset management during planning, construction and maintenance lifecycles. Jussi Laaksonen (Trimble Solutions Corporation)
  • Worksite collaboration with interactive drone maps and laser scanning data. Lauri Hartikainen (Pointscene.com)
  • Data Driven Infrastructure and Automated Design. Phil Langley (Bryden Wood) , Maria Mamoura (Bryden Wood)
  • 19.00 DINNER

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16

  • 9.00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
  • PLANNING AND DESIGN 2
  • 09:00 Fully integrated BIM in Norwegian railway project. Simen Riseng Olsen (Norconsult AS) , Thomas Fløien Angeltveit (Norconsult AS)
  • 09:30 Life Cycle Performance from BIM for Major Infrastructure: case study HS2, UK. Panu Pasanen (Bionova Ltd.) , Rodrigo Castro (Bionova Ltd.)
  • 10:00 First steps in the world of BIM in Estonia. Erko Puusaag (Estonian Road Administration)
  • DIGITAL SYSTEM 2
  • 09:00 The Road from ConnectedBIM to OpenBIM. Peter Imbrechts (Neanex) , Victor Malvar (Neanex)
  • 09:30 BIM + GIS: the key ingredients for Digital Twin. Jarkko Männistö (Sitowise Oy) , Jere Metsävuo (Sitowise Oy)
  • 10:00 Information flow in design phase Case Ylästö City of Vantaa. Susanna Leinonen (Ramboll Finland Oy) , Marika Orava (City of Vantaa)
  • STANDARDS, GUIDELINES, CLASSIFICATIONS 1
  • 09:00 IFC Infra Development. Tiina Perttula (Ramboll Finland Oy) , Christophe Castaing (Egis)
  • 09:30 GeoBIM for full underground BIM design. Mats Svensson (Tyréns AB) , Olof Friberg (Tyréns AB)
  • 10:00 The Pasila-Riihimäki project. Teppo Rauhala (Novatron Oy) , Maunu Tast (Sitowise Oy)
  • CHALLENGER 3
  • Digital Infrastructure – how to unlock the true value of BIM in Infrastructure projects. Ralph Pullinger (ALLPLAN UK Ltd)
  • All in – BIM, CIM and AIM for built environment. Teemu Nivell (Point Group Oy)
  • Standardising product data for digital use. Lars Chr. Fredenlund (coBuilder AS)
  • 10.30 Coffee, Exhibition and Networking
  • 11.00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
  • STANDARDS, GUIDELINES, CLASSIFICATIONS 2
  • 11:00 BIM in Landscape – developing landscape information modeling. Vilma Pylkkö (Ramboll Finland Oy), Iida Juurinen (Ramboll Finland Oy)
  • 11:30 Piloting Model-based Administrative Processing of Engineering Plans. Maija Ketola (Sitowise Oy) , Jenna Johansson (Liikennevirasto)
  • 12:00 A study on COBie in road infrastructure projects. Daniel Söderlindh (The Swedish Transport Administration)
  • CONSTRUCTION 2
  • 11:00 Pilot project – Casino Hoi An South Phase 1. Luat Nguyen (COTECCONS JSC) , Truong Trung (COTECCONS JSC)
  • 11:30 Highway 4 Kello – Räinänperä road building project: digital quality management. Olli Planting (Destia) , Jukka Päkkilä (Liikennevirasto)
  • 12:00 BIM and situational awareness in project management. Jarkko Aittoniemi (Sweco PM) , Eelon Lappalainen (Sweco PM)
  • BIM COMPETENCES
  • 11:00 a “less-is-more approach” to procurement for infrastructure projects. Odilo Schoch (ETH Zurich / Schoch Arch. Serv. LLC) , Billal Mahoubi (Swiss Federal Railway SBB)
  • 11:30 Let’s wake up – Limited thinking for BIM. Antti Karjalainen (WSP)
  • 12:00 Training and development model to achieve BIM competencies in construction and design teams. Nada Milivojevic (Coventry University) , Abdullahi Ahmed (Coventry University)
  • CHALLENGER 4
  • Infraconstruction in year 2025. Teemu Kivimäki (Infrakit)
  • Speeding up BIM collaboration. Kim Nyberg (Trimble Solutions Corporation)
  • Rethinking the Building Information Model. Henriikka Keskinen (VRT Finland Oy Ltd.)
  • 12.30 Lunch, Exhibition and Networking
  • 13.30 CO-OPERATION AND FUTURE
  • 13:30 Nordic Public Client´s BIM co-operation. Kristin Lysebo (Bane NOR)
  • 14:00 IFC Rail: Overview and Methodology. Guy Pagnier (IFC-Rail), Christian Erismann (bSI IFC Rail Project and SBB Swiss Federal Railways), Chi Zhang (bSI IFC Rail Project and SBB Swiss Federal Railways)
  • 14:30 Unified classification is a requirement for functioning OpenBIM. Josefiina Saarnikko (Sitowise Oy)
  • 15.00 Keynote – The twin city in Helsinki-Tallinn area will boost economic growth and open the doors to Europe. Jyrki Keinänen (AINS Group)
  • 15.30 CLOSING WORDS. Jyrki Keinänen (AINS Group)