ULI Toronto: Ottawa: Innovations in Digital Information: Local Applications with Big Impacts

When

Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
4:30pm - 6:30pm EDT
Pricing by or on May 1 Members Non-Members
Public/Academic/Nonprofit CA$25.00 CA$50.00
Regular CA$25.00 CA$50.00
Retired CA$25.00 -
Under Age 35 CA$25.00 CA$50.00
New technology is enabling us to bring together large real estate data sets in ways that are transforming how we think about development. Join us for two exciting presentations on how utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Building Image Modelling (BIM) can impact how we plan and build our communities in the age of digital information.
 
PRESENTERS:
Stephen Fai, Director, Carleton Immersive Media Studio
Patrick Lalonde, Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) Manager, EllisDon
 

 
How to Get There 
 
The Carleton University campus is well-served by OC Transpo, and the Carleton O-Train Station is located in close proximity to the event venue. As parking on campus may be limited, we encourage you to considering arriving by transit. 
 
 
 

Carleton University - The Pit, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism 1125 Colonel BY Drive Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6 CANADA

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Speakers

Speaker

Patrick Lalonde

Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) Manager, EllisDon Corporation

Patrick Lalonde, Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) Manager at EllisDon, will present how 3D data was collected, created, and integrated on the Ottawa Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, highlighting current industry interoperability challenges and opportunities. 

Speaker

Stephen Fai

Director, Carleton Immersive Media Studio 

Stephen Fai, Director of the award-winning Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS), will present three large scale mapping projects — including a 44,000 km2 asset information model of Eastern Ontario — and the challenges that arise from projects of this scale such as collecting and synthesizing data, data interoperability, and software selection.