Digital Talk Lab

The Digital Talk Labs, which can be attended by a limited number of participants, aim to offer an exclusive insight into advanced topics that promise to digitally revolutionise the Construction Sector.

Held by top international experts, they consist of a first part in which the speakers illustrate in detail the specific theme and of a second part where the auditor can interact directly with the speaker, discussing the topic and receiving specific answers.

17, 18 and 19 October – Valzer Hall
Paid admission – each Digital Talk costs 200€

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17 October
from 15:00 to 17:00

“Client Organisations and Data Management”
– High Speed Two

The Lab, held by Sonia Zahirodinny, aims to illustrate how one of the major European infrastructure contractors, High Speed Two Ltd,  intends to complete the railway work, in addition to its estimated time and costs, with a wealth of information permitting advanced and innovative line operation and the offer of unprecedented travel experiences.

All this can be achieved through a contractor capable of designing the data structures and of implementing them together with all the parties involved in the initiative

18 October
from 10:00 to 12:00

“Artificial Intelligence and Design Processes”
– Buro Happold

The Lab, held by Alain Waha, aims to illustrate how one of the world’s leading engineering companies,

Buro Happold, intends to capitalise on a significant number of digitally managed job orders, to make the best use of computational data, also in order to promote efforts aimed at introducing artificial intelligence into design processes.

18 October
from 15:00 to 17:00
Computational Design and Multi-criteria Design
– Bollinger + Grohmann

The Lab, held by Tommaso Pagnacco, aims to illustrate how one of the major European engineering companies, Bollinger + Grohmann, has developed, in collaboration with the Milan Polytechnic, multi-criteria computational methods and tools to manage in an integrated manner several variables, often considered separately, if not oppositely, in the initial but decisive phases of real estate design.

19 October
from 10:00 to 12:00

The Construction Site 4.0 and Off Site
– University of Brescia

The Lab, coordinated by Angelo Ciribini, aims to illustrate how it is possible to systematically introduce digital (computational) solutions on the building site, in order to make it cognitive, i.e. to use all the data generated therein, so that running it becomes less uncertain, manageable in real time and partly remotely.

The construction site 4.0, in fact, assumes that specific intelligence can support the decision-making processes semi-automatically.

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