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Jason Hyde: A view on the future - The end of life as we know it?

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Presentation by Jason Hyde, Mott MacDonald, at the APM Project Management Conference Manchester 2019.

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Jason Hyde: A view on the future - The end of life as we know it?

  1. 1. APM Regional Conference 26 June 2019, Manchester The end of life as we know it? A View on the Future
  2. 2. Jason Hyde Chartered Civil Engineer ICE NW Senior Vice Chair (3 more days!) E Jason.Hyde@mottmac.com T 0161 927 8996 W mottmac.com
  3. 3. The Past Well, mine anyway
  4. 4. A person who designs, builds or maintains engines, machines or structures.
  5. 5. A kick-ass uber-genius with godly math and science abilities.
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  10. 10. Nagaoka, Japan Magnitude 6.7 earthquake c103,000 people displaced
  11. 11. Bangladesh Cyclone Sidr c10,000 people killed
  12. 12. Christ Church, New Zealand Magnitude 7.1 earthquake c$40 billion worth of damage
  13. 13. The world faces severe, pervasive and irreversible damage from global CO2 emissions.
  14. 14. The Present I think…
  15. 15. It’s all about data…
  16. 16. From the dawn of civilization to 2003, five exabytes of data were created. Eric Schmidt Former CEO Google
  17. 17. Every Single DayExabytes 2.5
  18. 18. Top 500 SupercomputersExaflops 1.56
  19. 19. Artificial Intelligence?
  20. 20. 8% A fad that'll pass us by 81% A tool for us to exploit 11% A world ending scenario
  21. 21. People
  22. 22. Case Study Ordsall Chord
  23. 23. S355 Steelwork (128T total with parapets and decking) 90T
  24. 24. A Step Change in Process Digital Delivery Outline Design Designer’s 3D Model Designer’s 2D Drawings Fabricator’s 3D Model Fabricator’s 2D Drawings
  25. 25. Approval Process Gather the approvals team Provide access to the models Provide access to calculation files Provide access to construction team
  26. 26. 100% Knowledge transfer to fabricator 50% Time saving due to knowledge transfer £10k Saving on drawings for footbridge 75% Reuse of the design model for fabrication 4 week Programme saving £1m + Savings due to collaborative behaviours Enhancing the site team’s knowledge by providing models and encouraging the use of viewing software on site 1st Design delivered without traditional design drawings Providing a lasting legacy by training technicians and apprentices to work in BIM and work in a collaborative manner Benefit of Change Digital Collaboration
  27. 27. The Future A new order?
  28. 28. It must be considered that there is nothing more difficult to carry out, nor more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to handle, than to initiate a new order of things. For the reformer has enemies in all those who profit by the old order, and only lukewarm defenders in all those who would profit by the new order…
  29. 29. A kick-ass uber-genius with godly math and science abilities.
  30. 30. You
  31. 31. Is it the end of life as we know it?

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