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The value of open data standards

Author Richard Petrie on Jan 15, 2021 11:25:55 AM

As the demand for digitization within the built asset industry is accelerating exponentially towards fully interoperable digital twins of all assets of all types at all stages of their lifecycle, I am impelled to make the case for the fundamental importance of open data standards. This case I.

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End of Year Message

Author Richard Petrie on Dec 20, 2020 7:08:47 PM

As we conclude 2020 it is impossible not to reflect what an extraordinary year it has been. Our lives and work have all been dominated by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Infections rates remain high in Europe and North America so we look forward keenly to the roll out of the new vaccines. I want to.

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End of Year Message

Author Richard Petrie on Dec 12, 2019 11:39:03 AM

2019 has been a personal milestone year for me; with recruitment of our Technical Director, Léon van Berlo, I feel we now have the minimum viable core leadership team. We’ve delivered major key standards projects (Bridge, Rail with Road in its final furlong) have delivered formal Candidates.

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End of year message for 2018

Author Richard Petrie on Jan 28, 2019 12:01:53 PM

2018 has been another ‘high growth’ year for buildingSMART reflecting our ‘start-up’ status. The two Standards Summit in Paris and in Tokyo were both highly professional and of ever-increasing stature – and reflected in the growing attendance and breadth of topics addressed. The work effort in our.

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Major project delivery and digital transformation

Author Richard Petrie on Jan 28, 2019 6:45:34 AM

GII is a high-profile initiative organised by McKinsey Consulting to convene leaders from around the world to pursue new solutions in major projects and infrastructure. Over the last four years, they have held summits in Rio de Janiero, San Francisco, Singapore and most recently London. Against the.

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