- Impact of cloud technologies on project delivery and FM
- Wednesday, 15th March 2017
- National Museum of Australia, Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT
- Information Session, and Breakfast
- 8.00am to 10.00am
Registration from 7.30am
- RSVP Date
- 6th March 2017
- Entry price
Cloud technologies are changing the course of asset and facility related data acquisition and management systems. The use of field mobility technology enabled by the cloud will not only revolutionise how we design, build and manage facilities, but also provide new innovative ways to analyse and optimise their life cycle performance and cost.
Whether your organisation embraces the cloud, or you are constrained to in-house systems, this presentation will set out the opportunities, show how new technology is enabling this change, together with highlighting the importance of our whole of life asset information strategy in order to benefit all parts of the business, and especially your clients and the people that use your buildings.
Carl Agar, Independent Commissioning Agent, A.G Coombs Advisory
Carl is a senior consultant with over 35 years industry experience responsible for the provision of advice to clients on a range of facilities management related issues including asset management, commissioning, building tuning and service management and the adoption of leading edge technologies to optimise buildings operation and maintenance.
Carl has been in a diverse range of leadership roles at the operational, technical and executive levels, which has led to the development of skills to effectively design, plan, implement and manage a range projects at a company, national and international level from briefing development through design to project delivery responsibilities, ranging from estimating, contract negotiation, procurement, installation, commissioning and as-built documentation.
- Old Parliament House, Members Dining Room 1
- National Museum of Australia, Lawson Cres, Acton | Peninsula Room
Registration is closed for this event