Launching the First Open Source Asset Data Collaboration Platform – BIM as a Service

Friday, August 14th, 2015

13:00 – 14:00 (BST)

Building Information Modeling (BIM), is now becoming a standard, adopted by many companies in the AEC industry. Software vendors are in the process of enabling BIM compatibility into their software to support standards demanded by companies and regularities. With many stakeholders involved in a large BIM project, exchanging information, lack of integration, governance and visibility of information could lead to a host of complexities. BIMaaS platform – a lightweight, robust, scalable and extendable platform – was designed to address these issues.

In this  webinar, Ashok and Sudaraka will focus on

  • The requirement for BIM and how it can help meet the AEC industry’s challenges.
  • How asset data integration will enable better decisions to be made, thus ensuring the right work is done at the right time to the right piece of infrastructure.
  • What is BIMaaS platform and its product set: BIM3D, BIM Stat, BIM Alert and BIM Connect (interoperability engine)
  • Product demonstration

Presenters

Ashok Suppiah

Ashok Suppiah

CEO, Co-founder

Ashok is a serial entrepreneur who has successfully started several tech companies over his 20-year career. With a passion to innovate using pioneering technology, he has helped over 40 startup clients including edocs Inc (part of Oracle).
As a founding member of Virtusa Corp (VRTU), a global SI which he helped grow to $280M in USA, UK and Asia. His clientele included British Telecom, JP Morgan, American Express, Citibank and Siemens.
sudaraka

Sudaraka Jayashanka

Chief Architect,

Sudaraka has over 14 years of experience in software development, solutions architecture, and project management. He specializes in solutions architecture, API design, project management, technology management, and software development. In his current role at Mitra, he oversees engineering aspects of all the pre-sales activates, software engineering and development and innovation. He holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Canterbury New Zealand.