eCPD - YP Webinar: Fisherman's Bend Digital Twin
Date & Time
Tuesday, 4 Feb 2020
- 1:00 pm
NOTE: This webinar was presented live on 4 February 2020. Register to view the recording, as listed below.
Dr Davood Shojaei presented on the Fisherman's Bend Digital Twin. A digital twin is a digital representation of the real world. This project will enable creation of 4D modelling of a physical asset’s design and condition (above and underground), including precise location and legal boundaries, enabling better decision-making about how to manage current and future infrastructures. A collaborative and cross-disciplinary approach across government, research and industry will allow the government to aggregate, manage and visualise complex digital information about cities so the information can be easily interpreted.
Dr Davood Shojaei is a lecturer in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at the University of Melbourne. Davood completed his PhD in 3D cadastre in the Centre for SDIs and Land Administration at the University of Melbourne in 2014. Previously, he was leading 3D digital cadastre research at Land Use Victoria, within the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning in Melbourne to modernise the current cadastre in Victoria and move towards a 3D digital cadastre.
Davood has extensive experience over the last 15 years in designing and implementing a variety of research and industry projects, ranging from GIS, cadastre and BIM, to 3D visualisation. Davood has published several articles in high-ranked scientific journals and conferences. He also has published several book chapters relevant to his research.
1.0 SSSI CPD Point | Event code: YP118
0.5 BOSSI SP Point (viewing only) | Event Code tbc
1.0 BOSSI SP Point (if accompanied by a questionnaire with an 80% pass mark) | Event Code tbc
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