The first international event dedicated to Building Digital Twins
Organized by the Building Digital Twin Association

About the event

BDTIC was held on 27th May 2021. All videos and presentations will be available soon. Please contact us if you want to be notified as soon as they’re published.

Digitization has conquered all areas of our society.
The AECOO –Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Operation, Owners- sector must embrace a new scenario that provides more efficiency, productivity and cost optimization.

Adopting a three-dimensional digital model as the basis for data compilation and communication, this first edition of Building Digital Twin International Congress-BDTIC will take place on May 27th, 2021 as a benchmark in terms of the application of digital twin technologies for construction, industrialization, sustainability, and asset management.

As a very executive programme, these 17 speakers will generate a new knowledge about BDT. The collaboration of world experts, who will offer never-before-seen presentations on the situation of Building Digital Twin from NASA till the more advanced on-going European projects will participate in the two sessions and the two keynote lectures. 10-min presentations in one afternoon will provide a wide, interesting and dynamic high level seminar.

 
 

Speakers

Eduard Loscos
IDP Group, BDTA President
Prof. Michael Grieves
Florida Institute of Technology
Miguel Ángel Sicilia
University of Alcalá
Andrew Lovern
BDTA Ireland
Pablo Vicente Legazpi
Wouter Borsboom
TNO
Prof. Rafael Sacks
Technion Israel Institute of Technology
Pieter Pauwels
EC3
Ignasi Pérez Arnal
BIM Academy
Ioannis Brilakis
University of Cambridge
Riccardo Viaggi
CECE
Dr. Gabor Sziebig
SINTEF
Prof. Bruno Daniotti
BIM4EEB Project Coordinator
Sergio Velásquez
IDP
Sergio Ughetto
PMI BCN
Peter Imbrechts
NEANEX, BDTA Vice President
Dan Isaacs
Digital Twin Consortium

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 programme under Grant Agreement No. 820805