Delivering the Digital Data Clients need throughout the facility lifecycle? How to achieve success.

Delivering the Digital Data Clients need throughout the facility lifecycle? How to achieve success.

In today’s world, the management of built environments presents numerous challenges for owners and operators. With scattered and disconnected facility data, limited interoperability, and inefficient processes, it’s no wonder many organizations struggle to deliver projects on time and on budget. The need for a seamless transition from facility handover to operational readiness has become a common pain point. However, there is hope on the horizon. To address these issues and unlock the full potential of digital transformation, we invite you to join us at the upcoming LCI Lean in Design Forum for a presentation “Delivering the Digital Data Clients need throughout the Facility Lifecycle? How to Achieve Success.” With Marin Pastar, Global Technology Leader, Jacobs.

Marin will cover these points during his presentation:

  1. Discover the Power of a “Single Source of Truth” Common Data Environment:

Imagine having complete control and visibility over your assets through a centralized platform. At our event, Pastar will delve into the concept of a “Single Source of Truth” Common Data Environment. Learn how this approach can revolutionize your operations by providing a unified platform for data storage, collaboration, and decision-making. Unlock the potential of your facility data and pave the way for enhanced productivity and efficiency.

  1. Realizing the Digital Twin’s Full Potential:

The Digital Twin of the Physical Environment is a game-changer, yet many organizations struggle to fully utilize its capabilities. Pastar will explore the practical aspects of implementing and harnessing the power of digital twins, based on his experience with previous projects. Discover how creating a digital twin can optimize processes, predict maintenance needs, and facilitate proactive decision-making, ultimately leading to improved operational outcomes.

  1. Establishing a Clear Strategy and Roadmap:

Technology solutions alone are not enough. Without a clearly defined and documented strategy, facility owners risk investing in inappropriate or untimely solutions. Our event will provide you with insights and best practices for developing a robust strategy that aligns with your specific challenges and opportunities. Learn how to create a tangible roadmap and implementation plan, guiding you toward an optimized future state while maximizing your return on investment.

Join us at the 2023 Lean in Design Forum, June 20-21, 2023, in Chicago to gain valuable insights on relevant topics such as digital transformation, adoption of artificial intelligence and explore the barriers that hinder efficiency of built environment operations and how we can overcome them together. This presentation is especially timely as it discusses the future where facility data is connected, processes are streamlined, and the full potential of digital transformation is realized.

Don’t miss this opportunity to shape the future of your organization. Register now and embark on the journey toward a more optimized and successfully built environment.