Agenda

27 September 2018

  • Chair's opening remarks
  • Creating A Digital Estate Our conference chair and industry expert, David Philp, will explore the concept around a Digital Estate
    Overview: How important is retained estate ..read more »
    • How important is retained estate v new project investments to client organisations?
    • In the wake of the Grenfell Tower Review has the need for a digital twin been elevated?
    • How easy will digitisation of years of paper based information and legacy IT systems actually be?
    • Can a digital estate and a single view of data improve forward investment planning?
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  • The Opportunities And Challenges Of PropTech The UK PropTech Association ' the voice of the UK's PropTech Industry' explores Scotland's challenges and opportunities
    Overview: Technological innovation in property How ..read more »
    • Technological innovation in property
    • How the UK’s PropTech sector compares with Europe
    • Spreading innovation beyond existing UK clusters
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  • Building Assets – Block By Block Understanding blockchain and the built environment
    Overview: • Quick overview of blockchain ..read more »

    • Quick overview of blockchain
    • Blockchain in BIM and BMS
    • Blockchain in the public sector in Scotland

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  • Q & A
  • Managing Energy Performance in Assets - Unlocking Opportunities Exploring compliance, policy and how technology can inform energy efficiency programmes
    Overview: Update on non-domestic energy compliance ..read more »
    • Update on non-domestic energy compliance and policy
    • Practical responses for public sector estates
    • Sourcing building data - an untapped resource
    • How technology solutions can inform energy efficiency programmes
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  • The Estate Rationalisation Conundrum Reducing cost without losing value
  • Refreshments And Networking
  • Masterclass Session- Digital Transition Strategy in Building Information Management Implementing digital strategy in managing building information for the asset’s entire lifecycle - from planning and design stage, through handover and close-out, to operations and maintenance
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    • Implementing digital strategy in managing building information for the asset’s entire lifecycle - from planning and design stage, through handover and close-out, to operations and maintenance
    • Bridging information gap between Construction and Operational stages of asset lifecycle
    • Managing large asset portfolios through one integrated system
    • Aligning software applications and processes which support digital building information and asset lifecycle management; including Project Collaboration, Document Management, Building Information Modelling (BIM), Commissioning & Certification, Operation & Maintenance Manuals and Facilities Management information
    • Committing to sustainability – paperless office, waste reduction, diminish travel and transport needs
    • Ensuring that we specify digital building information standards into our tender documentation

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  • Masterclass Session- Creating A Common Data Environment For The Public Sector
  • Second Masterclass Session
  • Lunch and networking
  • Asset Management- Getting The Basics Right Improving revenue income within local government through better use of property assets
    Overview: Portfolio management – it’s a ..read more »
    • Portfolio management – it’s a balancing act
    • Where to invest – home or away
    • Addressing market failure – if you don’t, who will?
    • Role of property in economic development - creating sustainable growth
    • Responding to new trends – the workplace of the future
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  • A Digital Future For Our Past Practical applications of digital technologies in the care and management of Scotland’s built assets
    Overview: Historic Environment Scotland have been ..read more »

    Historic Environment Scotland have been enthusiastic early adopters of digital technology for survey, visualisation and conservation. This presentation will explore how they are using geospatial data as part of their transition to a digital asset management system to conserve and care for some of Scotland’s most important historic places. The use of digital technologies to mitigate the impacts of current and future challenges from climate change, coastal erosion and visitors will also be discussed, together with opportunities for research and education through the new national building conservation centre at the Engine Shed.  

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  • Q&A
  • Scotland's Land Information Service Exploring an effective digital first asset for Scotland 'ScotLIS'
    Overview: Registers of Scotland is responsible ..read more »

    Registers of Scotland is responsible for maintaining and compiling 20 public registers relating to land, property and other legal documents in Scotland. We’re an organisation with centuries of history, but a 21st century mandate to be an effective digital first asset for Scotland.

    To achieve this, RoS is in the midst of a digital transformation designed to deliver products and services that meet the needs of our customers and capitalise on new technologies. As part of this process, an important product is ScotLIS, Scotland’s Land Information Service, an intuitive new land information service for Scotland.
     

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  • Preserving The Past & Securing The Future Of Scotland’s Canals Scottish Canals 2018-2030 AM Strategy- Meeting the objectives
    Overview: Scotland’s canals are a valuable ..read more »

    Scotland’s canals are a valuable part of Scotland’s  heritage, contributing notably to Scotland’s economic, environmental and social prosperity. There are no asset management guidelines for these complex and aging 250 year old scheduled monuments which would meet modern safety standards. With a £70 million repairs deficit, the recently-launched Asset Management Strategy 2018-2030 sets out how Scottish Canals will use its limited budget to prioritise public safety followed by user and visitor safety and finally operability as well as explore user operations and community empowerment as a solution to ensuring the nation’s inland waterways are here for generations to come.

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  • Managing Challenging Assets When is an asset challenging - consider the economic and social value
  • Q&A
  • Refreshments and networking
  • Expert Panel- Exploring The Outcomes From AM18 Interactive discussion with the audience exploring property, technology and the role of asset management
    Overview: What do you think will ..read more »
    • What do you think will be the next big technological innovation in asset management?
    • Asset managers seem to struggle to engage with the BIM process, often remaining an afterthought during the design and construction phases – how do you think this can be improved?
    • If one thing could be changed to improve the efficiency of asset management what would it be?
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Asset and Estates Management Scotland 2018 - Agenda

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