Discover how you can implement BIM & be certified to ISO 19650 through best practices sharing and case studies
Date: 1st April 2021
Time: 3.30pm MYT
Duration: 1 hour
Speakers: TÜV SÜD’s Expert
ISO 19650 has become the globally recognised new standard for Digital Information Management in BIM, IDD and DfMA.
Building owners and governments across the globe are implementing ISO 19650 as a mandatory quality and maturity item in Architecture, Engineering and Construction projects. Consultants and contractors certified to ISO 19650 compliance recognised the productivity and quality gains of this standard in their day-to-day business. Governments are using ISO 19650 as a guideline to help the local industry to systematically transform into a fully transparent, powerful and globally benchmarkable BIM ecosystem.
Join our webinar to hear from our BIM expert on how to implement ISO 19650 through best practices sharing & real-world case studies where TÜV SÜD has provided support in such as international governmental and industrial projects.
This webinar is especially useful and relevant for:
Mr. Tobias Schmidt
Global Manager of Digital Lifecycle Solutions
Since 2013, Tobias Schmidt works as BIM Consultant and BIM Director on international level within various medium and large organizations and on behalf of governments across the globe.
The TÜV SÜD BIM team and Tobias have implemented ISO 19650 ecosystems for 6,000 federal construction projects in Germany, for ministry-level projects in India as well as Brazil and other governmental ecosystems. For Industry projects in the US, UK, Germany, Singapore and other regions, Tobias advised and supported project stakeholders to be successfully certified on ISO 19650.
With his combined business administration and technical background, Tobias Schmidt applies ISO 19650 not just as a “compliance item” but as a driver for productivity, for an optimal BIM-Return on Invest and for a BIM that builds up value partnerships between project owners, consultants and contractors.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina