Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

When
9 September 2019 11:00am to 12:00pm

Where

Room 309, Building 3,
The University of Queensland,
​St Lucia

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We are currently witnessing the fourth Industrial Revolution called construction 4.0.

Today, the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the construction industry is generating new opportunities for collaboration, coordination and information exchange among stakeholders. More industry players are recognizing the value of 3Dmodels and digital construction data as the key to improving overall project efficiency with a holistic approach to construction projects. We are in a transition period given how digitisation and new technologies are shaping various processes on construction industry functions. In this presentation, we will discuss some of the work done and technologies that help the construction industry move towards greater digitisation, impacting and improving the construction ecosystem.

 

About the speaker

Thomas Phang, Area Director of Trimble Solutions SEA

As the Area Director of Trimble Solutions SEA, Thomas Phang is responsible for running all facets of the business in South East Asia region, including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea. Thomas has a proven executive management track record and over 20 years of experience driving sales growth in the technology industry. Prior to joining Trimble, Thomas has held various sales and senior positions in the High Tech industry spanning Autodesk, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and HP. Thomas has successfully built and managed multicultural teams across Asia. Provide the vision and leadership to lead, direct and mentor a dynamic team towards a goal of yielding significant revenue growth. He holds a degree in computer system engineering from the University of Queensland and an MBA from Nanyang Business School. He is currently pursuing a PhD degree in construction management.

Enquiries

Catherine De Nagy Koves Hrabar
c.hrabar@uq.edu.au