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Shaique Uddin


Automation Engineer


Shaique is a registered architect and BIM consultant with working experience in GCC, Europe, North America, and India. He holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Chandigarh India and has worked on numerous large-scale projects holding technical and managerial positions. Shaique leads the SNCL Design Automation big move for the Middle East and Digital for Planning, Design and Engineering; as an automation engineer, he is responsible for realizing our vision to bring unrivalled certainty in delivering projects via data rich environments to enable clients to make better decisions across a project’s lifecycle by implementing SMPs such as ISO19650.

 What to expect during the event

The AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) industry involves a lot of data exchange between different stakeholders, such as architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, and owners. Interoperability refers to the ability of different software applications and tools to exchange and use data with each other. In the AEC industry, interoperability is a critical challenge that has been a barrier to achieving effective collaboration and productivity. Various software tools are used in different phases of a construction project, from design to construction and operation. These tools often use different data formats, making it difficult to transfer data between them. Interoperability in the AEC industry is essential to improve productivity, reduce errors and delays, and improve project outcomes. By using common standards and software tools, stakeholders can work together more efficiently and effectively.

Enhancing Efficiency and Productivity in the AEC Industry with Interoperable Data Systems

  • 07 Sept, 09:00 – 18:00 IST
    Dublin 4, Anglesea Rd, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 AK83, Ireland
    Live @ RDS Dublin, Ireland + Virtual. Meet and share knowledge with the BIM Heroes of the AEC Industry. A celebration of excellence and digital innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.
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