Webinar | Digitising Building Information Management with ISO 19650
What if you could manage information over the whole lifecycle of a built asset? Learn how this is achievable with ISO 19560 data management standards.
ISO certifications allow companies specialising in BIM to standardise how they deliver projects, driving a more connected future in the built world. ISO 19650 specifically focuses on the management of building lifecycle data and can be utilised to digitise workflows, processes, and best practices throughout organisations. To fully leverage the benefits of this standard however, best practices for Information Management need to be created, which can be utilised in the development of an Asset Information Model (AIM).
Register today for this webinar to learn about ISO 19650 data management standards from our Strategic Implementation Manager Darren Murphy and BIM Solutions Specialist Martin Couling.
- Review best practices for ISO 19650 Information Management
- Learn about the common mistakes made at delivery stage
- Understand how ISO 19650 is formed to ensure delivery of an effective AIM
- Understand the principle of refining requirements for lean data delivery
Date: Thursday 14th April 2022
Time: 13.00 - 14:00 (BST)
Strategic Implementation Manager
Darren is a Strategic Implementation Manager with Microdesk, overseeing project delivery while implementing and enforcing workflows that help streamline strategies and processes for clients in the UK. Darren trained and worked as an Architectural Technologist prior to taking the position of Practice BIM Lead at Farrells.
BIM Solution Specialist
Martin is a BIM Solution Specialist at Microdesk providing technical support, training, BIM assurance and consulting services. He implements ISO19650 training, with a particular focus on practicality, and can bespoke a deliverable review process for any BIM project or client. Martin also has diverse experience in the renewables sector.
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