T Level Construction, Engineering and Digital Workshop: Mapping the world for future use – Drone and Ground based scanning technology
Date and time: Friday 24 June 2022, 2pm – 3:30pm
Speaker: David Frazer, CloudCam UAV
Workshop summary: Cloudcam UAV provides a national aerial video, photography and survey service and have worked on Port of Dover’s – Dover Western Docks Revival Project (DWDR), Ramsgate Tunnels 3D Modelling, and carried out works for Southern Water.
Some of the Construction, Engineering and Digital topics this interesting and technical workshop will cover are:
- Drones, sensors, and GPS
- Virtual reality (VR) technologies
- 3D scanning
- 3D modelling – creating digital twins
- Photogrammetry and LiDAR for example point cloud models
- Digital technology in construction and digital engineering techniques
In addition, David will share:
- His career journey
- An overview of CloudCam AV from inception to business growth
- CloudCam AV’s services and their importance in relation to drones and cameras
- Case studies – site/job specific exam-ples.
An opportunity to share and discuss your knowledge of products and projects will be provided.
Target audience: Aimed at staff delivering or planning to deliver the following T Levels:
- Digital – DPDD
- Construction T Level – Onsite and DSP
- Engineering T Level – Design and Development
How to book: Please book via the Professional Development Platform. Links to book the Industry Workshops will be available in the resources section.
Emerging Technologies: The Digitalisation of Our Cities, Places and Infrastructure
Date and time: Thursday 30 June 2022, 1pm – 2:30pm
Dr Rick Robinson FBCS CITP FRSA AoU
Director – Smart Places, Telecommunications & Digital Infrastructure
Global Technology Leader, Connected, Secure & Smart Cities & Places
Kurt Moroney Principal Consultant – Smart Places and Digital Infrastructure
Workshop summary: Over the last two decades, digital technologies have transformed many aspects of our lives and the places where we live, work and travel. In coming years, the transformation will continue and accelerate.
Dr Rick Robinson and Kurt Moroney from Jacobs, will talk about how Internet of Things devices and artificial intelligence, will support the transition to a more sustainable world and will explain how newly emerging technologies, such as quantum computing, augmented reality and brain / computer interfaces, will lead to remarkable digitally-enhanced experiences, that we’re only just starting to imagine – “Our cities will work like magic”. During the talk, Rick and Kurt will cover the following topics
- how the transformation of transport, energy and water infrastructures will be increasingly monitored and controlled by Internet of Things devices and artificial intelligence
- how Internet of Things devices and artificial intelligence will support the transition to a more sustainable world
- how jobs, business and the world of work will be transformed by technology
- how newly emerging technologies such as quantum computing, augmented reality and brain/computer interfaces, will lead to digitally-enhanced experiences in our built environment and the world around us.
Following their presentation Rick and Kurt will be happy to take questions from the audience.
The purpose of this workshop is to update teachers’ knowledge of emerging digital technologies which are changing our cities, places and infrastructure, as well as the future of work, businesses, our jobs and our lives in general. Teachers will gain a valuable industry insight from the speakers’ presentations and be able to incorporate examples in their teaching practice to benefit T Level learners.
Target audience: Aimed at those planning to deliver the Business and Administration, Construction, Digital and Engineering T Levels.
How to book: Please book via the Professional Development Platform. Links to book the Industry Workshops will be available in the resources section of the Professional Development Platform.