Moving on from the productivity challenge to disruptive technologies
2 May @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm BST
The #CEnuclear theme group has drafted companion volumes to the Factory Thinking report published in 2018, these are on the themes of Processes and Tools; Digitalisation; and Procurement for productivity. A workshop is planned on the latter topic for January 30th, and the plan is to publish these volumes at its next conference on May 2nd, which will both launch these documents and then move on to consider the role of disruptive technologies in the sector. Guest speakers on the latter topics will cover topics such as Robotics in nuclear; AI developments; Blockchain; Industry 4.0 in oil and gas; Core Innovation Hub or Cambridge Centre for Digital Built Britain.
@ACKEMPO @UKBIMAlliance @MeliusHomes @JenniferCSIC John Pelton from Jacobs kicks off our final session of the day with his reflections on lessons learned from major programmes – it’s all about outcomes (vision led), leadership and collaboration #TCNPlus #TransformingConstruction
@UKRI_News @innovateuk @TeessideUni @nashwan60 @GrantRMills @UCL_CPM @lborouniversity @dundeeuni @soetanto_robby Thank you Alison Nicholl for concluding our second session with questions from the audience – Alison asks, what support do our small project leads need from the people in the room today? Support and collaboration are so important in our mission #transformingconstruction #TCNPlus