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Seminar on Data Analytics in the Built Environment

Event code: 79087

Seminar on Data Analytics in the Built Environment


Future development projects in Singapore require Built Environment Professionals to collaborate, using technology, at a much earlier stage to anticipate issues and solve problems. This half-day seminar enables participants to gain knowledge and understanding in using data analytics, predictive analytics, data mining, and the Internet of Things (IoT) throughout the construction process to further improve their productivity. The seminar is co-organised by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Australian Trade and Investment Commission (AUSTRADE).


An introduction to Data Analytics: What are the data management technologies that are used for big data and predictive data analytics?
Dr Armin Haller, Senior Lecturer, Research School of Management & Research School of Computer Science, Australian National Univeristy (ANU)

Urban Data Ecosystem: The curation of public and private urban data at a building, precinct and city scale
Mr Bruce Taper, Director, Kinesis

The use of data mining and data analytics for project process innovation in construction
Dr Ajibade Aibinu, Senior Lecturer, School of Design, University of Melbourne

Transforming construction project delivery using data analytics
Mr Karthik Venkatasubramanian, Director, Business Operations, Aconex Limited

Developers, Building Owners, Architects, M&E Consultants, Facility Managers, Academia and other stakeholders in the Built Environment


DATE: 31 March 2017 

DURATION: 0.5 day

TIME: 9.00am to 2.00pm 

VENUE: BCA Academy

FEE (incl of GST):
S$260.00# (without WTU Funding)
S$41.31* (with WTU funding support for eligible local participants. Limited
funding places are available.)

Lunch and refreshment will be provided.

# Foreigners may claim 40% of WTU funding support upon fulfilling the funding requirement*
* For more information on the funding requirement, please refer to

WTU-funded participants are required to sit for a 15-minute assessment at the end of the seminar.

GREEN PRACTICE: As part of BCA’s sustainability efforts, electronic Statement of Attendance (eSOA) will only be issued to the participant on request. Please inform BCA staff on-site if you would like to request for the eSOA.


BOA-SIA: 2 CPD Points

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