Disruptive and innovative technologies including connected machines, intelligent networks, integrated platforms and collaborative systems are transforming the AEC industry. But what will it take to enable these "smart" technologies to actually make projects more successful? And how will we leverage the efficiencies they introduce to boost productivity and improve quality?
As the industry calls for smarter and more intelligent products, attention is now being refocused on the human aspect of this tech evolution.
In this 10-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 10, 2018, Chicago), engineering school professor Jeong Woo, PhD, explores the data-driven education transformation required to deliver the next generation of construction technology professionals.
This talk was sponsored by Bluebeam, Inc.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jeong Woo, PhD
Program Director of Construction Management, Associate Professor Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Dr. Woo is an Associate Professor and Program Director of Construction Management at Milwaukee School of Engineering, where he has been since 2007. He is an active researcher and educator in the field of Architectural Engineering and Construction Management, especially in Building Information Modeling (BIM), building energy efficiency, and construction information technologies. His teaching area includes design-build studio, BIM, construction estimating, scheduling, project management, and construction methods. Much of his work has been on the development of integrated building information framework for facility management. He presented his research findings numerously at Autodesk University, ASCE Construction Research Congress, ISARC (International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction), ACADIA (Association of Computer Aided Design in Architecture), ASC (Associated Schools of Construction), and ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education).