By Adam Beck | Executive Director, Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand | Secretariat, Centre for Data Leadership | Administrator, ANZ Digital Twin Hub
The session at DTW explored options to improve data sharing across sectors. It included a discussion on how to build trust in the quality of data across sectors for construction and asset management, particularly:
What are some of the current barriers and opportunities to sharing data and information between organisations in relation to BIM and Digital Twin?
What is the role of having a common information classification and nomenclature scheme such as Uniclass or VBIS?
How might we build validation of data from different organisations and seek to build a universally accepted approach, by building on existing approaches from other organisations such as BIM4Water UK?
Session overview (Greg Ryan, WSAA Director Business Excellence)
Sydney Water (Shane Reilly, Digital Engineering Manager) will discuss how they see the future of data sharing – opportunities and barriers
Level Crossing Removal Project in Victoria (Ben Fox and Robert Theadore) discussing their approach to data sharing, opportunities and issues
Virtual Buildings Information Systems (VBIS) (Heshan Samarawickrama, Manager VBIS Australia) outlining their current approach to data classification and how it will benefit.
You can watch a recording of the video here: