Date: Thu, July 30, 2020
Time: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM BST
Alex Jones – BD Director – RapidDBS
A chartered civil engineer and project manager with 14 years digital construction experience with main contractors and suppliers. He is passionate about integrating systems and processes to improve collaboration, quality, reduce waste and add value to organizational performance.
James Hunter – Technical Director- RapidDBS
Experienced Director with a demonstrated history of working in information technology and services across a range of industries from construction to engineering, manufacturing to finance, he is passionate about business improvement through the adoption of innovative technology.
New Norms: Responsible contractors and suppliers across the UK have been innovative in deploying one way systems, new cleaning regimes, split-shifts, and added supervision to get their workplaces open again. With coronavirus here for the foreseeable, workplace outbreaks, and the threat of closures and/or future waves on every corporate risk register, the challenge is now shifting from getting your workplace active to keeping them active.
Proving and maintaining confidence in effective viral controls must be a priority for all businesses.
Local Track & Trace – Recently launched in the UK by software and services provider RapidDBS, simple wearable technology and plug & play IoT sensors are already helping UK contractors to not only comply with government safe working guidelines but also to gain useful insights from site data as they track, audit and manage their labour and plant resources on a local private network.
Let’s Connect – Alex and James look forward to remotely demonstrating an active site and exploring applications for better project controls. In a world where connecting remotely is the norm, we will explore how you and your teams could become better connected to reliable up to date performance data and visuals.
Consolidate – Many organisations have already begun their digital journey with biometric gate systems now common and other site sensors deployed across construction sites to monitor things like temperature, noise levels, vibration and security. We will look at how to consolidate your data from these other sources and make it easily available in one place for your delivery teams and board rooms to stay in control.