What an EPC Contractor Should Know While Adopting Forge | Autodesk University

December 9, 2019

Description
Retailers, banks, and other industries are making the most of the data deluge. So what keeps the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry from embracing the digital wave at the same pace? This class will showcase how to get the most out of your data using Forge. We will present the adoption by Maire Tecnimont, an oil and gas international player, illustrating all the steps necessary to design and build a cloud-based application. This class will share best practices and tips for setting up a powerful project dashboard. we'll showcase how to bring together data from different sources (Oracle, third-party applications, and different 3D-model formats), taking advantage of connection with BIM 360 software. In conclusion, we'll use several examples to discuss the benefits gained from using Forge technology to improve analysis and the decision-making process across our company.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to boost your consolidated workflows by adopting Forge
  • Learn how to develop a cloud platform through Forge to use your data
  • Discover the lessons learned by an EPC contractor in developing applications using Forge APIs
  • Discover the essential benefits gained by Forge adoption

Speakers
Fabio Bitetto is a CAE Systems Engineer at Maire Tecnimont a worldwide general contractor specialized in the oil & gas and petrochemical industry. He received his master's degree in Building Systems Engineering from the “Politecnico di Bari”, Italy. Despite his young age, Fabio made several work experiences in which he grown his BIM and project management expertise focusing especially on energy and utilities. He also collaborated with the City of Milan for the European project “Horizon 2020”, focused on smart cities and energy efficiency. Fabio started the development of BIM in Maire Tecnimont, focusing on Underground Services. Recently he has started a new experience as CAE Systems Engineer.

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