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Al in Construction Industry
Al in Construction Industry

Mon, 10 Jun



Al in Construction Industry

Time & Location

10 Jun 2024, 09:00 BST – 11 Jun 2024, 16:30 BST


About the event

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The building and construction industry is slowly but constantly iterating and evolving, emerging new technologies such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), Digital Twins (DT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoTs) and Smart Vision (SV), which can further enhance the efficiency, productivity, accuracy, and safety of the built environments. Especially, AI has launched Industry 4.0 (also called the fourth industrial revolution), and has profound influence on the transformation of the traditional construction industry practices and methods into autonomous smart systems using advanced digital technologies.

In the era of building and construction industry 4.0, there will be a confluence of state-of-the-art industrial production systems, cyber-physical systems, and digital and computing technologies that can redefine building and infrastructure design, construction, operation, and maintenance while considering circularity. Industrial production systems could introduce 3D printing and assembly, prefabrication and offsite manufacturing. Cyber-physical systems could have IoTs, robots, cobots, actuators, whilst digital and computing technologies could be embedded with BIM, AI, machine learning (ML), deep learning (DL), cloud computing, big data and data analytics, Blockchain, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), DT. Due to the digital transformation, massive amounts of data will be generated, and systematic analysis of the data and predictive modeling can be used to generate innovative architectural and structural designs. These will help to improve construction and operational safety, reduce the embodied and operational energy requirements, reduce construction and operational costs, increase construction speeds, improve payback periods and enhance sustainability.

Who should attend 

The course is intended for engineers, operations managers, applied scientists and technologists interested in the building and construction industry emerging new technologies such as BIM, DT, and artificial intelligence (AI) and Smart Vision (SV).


Dr Jie Deng, Senior Lecturer, Kingston University


£695 (including course notes)


Please contact us for the method of payment. 


Phone: +44 (0)7780090884

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