The built environment is undergoing a digital transformation with drones, autonomous vehicles, BIM and data analytics impacting the value chain from design to operation of buildings and infrastructure
This is a must-attend event for individuals and organisations working with drones across the design and construction sectors. It will see participants:
- Gain an understanding of upcoming major infrastructure projects in the Australian market.
- Explore the use of drones and data-driven technology for design and construction.
- Connect with peers in the field and identify opportunities for collaboration
Register now and don't miss the opportunity to contribute to the conversation on the digital transformation of the design and construction sectors.
Alex Fisher - RMIT University
Dr Fisher completed his PhD in 2013 at RMIT university exploring the effect of freestream turbulence on fixed and flapping micro air vehicle wings. Alex has extensive expertise in aerodynamics, avionics design, and signal processing for guidance, navigation, and control systems for unmanned aircraft. In addition to pursuing his own research interests, Alex supports a number of existing research projects and mentors undergraduate engineering thesis students.
Luis Moratinos - Ferrovial
Luis Moratinos Siles is a survey and geomatics manager at Ferrovial S.A. He has 26 years of professional experience in geomatics, road design and project management in all construction markets. His technical expertise has enabled success across many projects and site jobs. Luis studied land surveying at the University of Madrid
Aldo Sollazzo - IaaC
Expert in computational design and digital fabrication. Since 2011, he is director of Noumena, a young firm investigating between the boundaries of new digital paradigms and design strategies applied to architecture, robotics and advanced material.
He is Head of Visiting program, Director of Global Summer School and instructor of digital tools at IaaC [Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia].
He is currently involved in the development of new robots for mapping urban greenery.