Design for Manufacture and Assembly and Integrated Digital Delivery (DfMA and IDD)
16 - 19 May 2022
- Duration: 4 days
- Not avaliable to indivdual applications
Organized by Imperial College London’s Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation, with Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority.
Hosted at Imperial College London
Developing leadership capability in Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD)
This programme supports the development of leadership capability in Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD). The programme is hosted by the Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation at Imperial College London. They draw on leading research and practice to involve talks, activities and learning journeys that give an overview of:
• Digital engineering and innovation management
• Optimisation, logistics and design tools
• Site visits and industrial talks
• Practical challenges and DfMA digital strategy
Designed for C-Suite Executives, Senior Management and top decision makers of the sector, this programme is a combination of learning journeys, keynote lectures, and executive discussions with leading academics, DfMA experts and practitioners from UK to understand how DfMA process from design, fabrication to assembly can be optimized; and apply digital strategy to DfMA projects.
The overall aims of the course are:
- To understand how DfMA process from design, fabrication to assembly can be optimized; and
- To apply digital strategy to DfMA projects.
Who Should Attend?
This course should be of interest to decision-makers in the sector, particularly senior management and decision makers. It provides an opportunity to work with leading DfMA experts, academics and practitioners in the UK and internationally.
Benefits of Attending
The benefits of attending are new insights on construction transformation and reflection on practical issues on implementing DfMA and IDD to enable practice improvements.
Learning journeys, keynote lectures, executive discussions