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Transcript of NZCID-Aurecon-WillHackney
WILL SMARTER DATA STRUCTURES & ANALYTICS MEAN...
WILL BETTER INFORMED / BIGGER DECISIONS BE POSSIBLE?
The creation of a mature, digital economy for the NSW built environment will deliver high performing assets and exceptional value for all asset owners (public and private), taxpayers, and the community as well as a knowledge base to enable the Smart City and create a Digital Built NSW
Currently, Australia and NSW has no clear Federal or State driven Digital Built directive.
The UK Government have recently (March 2016) announced a further £15M investment to their four year Digital Built Britain / SMART Cities programme
The UK Government are perceived as world leaders in Digital Built and the evidence to date shows the UK Construction Strategy has:
UK, France, Germany, Spain, USA, Canada, Singapore, South Korea, and Chinese governments have and are implementing public sector Digital Built Directives.
Australian and international contractors are adopting digital techniques and are retaining the fiscal benefits with limited transfer of value across the asset life cycle to government clients
TfNSW has formed a Digital Engineering Working Group, and is currently developing a policy and framework, to ensure a unified approach across the Transport cluster.
Key Facts - Global
Realise CAPEX / OPEX / TOTEX savings
Opportunity for NSW Gov. in creating a SMART Agenda
Creating and managing more productive and liveable cities and regions through the use of intelligent data for transport, infrastructure and energy use.
Gaining and maintaining competitive NSW state advantage through active SMART and innovation policy.
Better connecting NSW to national and global digital markets by increasing targeted trade and investment
Creating NSW as the premier state for SMART education and jobs.
Alignment of Digital Built and SMART Cities agenda
NSW has the potential to lead one of the defining developments of the 21st century, which will enable the country to capture not only all of the inherent value in our built environment assets, but also the data to create a digital and smart city economy to transform the lives of all NSW.
The progress being made by other countries (i.e. UK) on the development of their SMART and Digital Built agenda.
The opportunities for NSW in creating a SMART state strategy
The need for Infrastructure NSW to develop a clear, progressive SMART strategy for NSW government consideration.
To engage a suitable consultant to assist in the process of undertaking a scoping study in developing a NSW SMART strategy in partnership with Health Infrastructure, Transport, Greater Sydney Commission & IA
Key Facts - NSW
Infrastructure Australia Plan
House of Representatives SMART ICT Inquiry
Digital Built Britain
SMART = BIM, GIS, SMART / Cities / Grids
Having invested £6 million – as of July 2011; Delivered tangible benefits from adopting a Digital Built approach for the public procurement of infrastructure; and
The adoption of Digital Built in conjunction with other initiatives has helped to deliver up to 20 percent capital cost savings on publically procured assets. Providing a return of investment of £1.2B over a four year period.
Prince of Wales hospital precinct redevelopment has opportunities for a digital approach - health services, research, education and training, and related health science industries
HOW DIGITAL IS CONSTRUCTION, REALLY?
WHAT DO WE REALLY KNOW ABOUT OUR ASSETS?
CAN WE REALLY UNLOCK THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC OUTCOMES NEEDED?
IS THE DATA
WHERE IT NEEDS TO BE?
IS DATA BEING PRODUCED
IS YOUR DATA TRULY INTEROPERABLE?
IS EFFICIENCY JUST ABOUT DOING THINGS FASTER?
WHAT COULD WE ACHIEVE BY STAYING WITH THE PROBLEMS LONGER?
CAN WE ENSURE WE GENERATE...
WE CAN DISCARD MORE RAW DATA?
WHAT COULD WE ACHIEVE WITH
BETTER DATA BY DESIGN?