Infrastructure Risk and Resilience: Managing Complexity and Uncertainty in Developing Cities is a peer reviewed publication with selected papers highlighting the current thinking on the resilience of cities, including crisis management and disaster recovery and strategies to mitigate risk and increase resilience of cities and their supporting infrastructure.
A leading UK architecture practice has been appointed to develop an £8bn public transport system for Jeddah in Saudi Arabia that will include the metro, ferry, bus and cycle networks and interchanges.
Engineers and construction companies will be able to tell what’s under the ground before they start digging after a data-analysis company was given access to troves of information.
BIM is fast becoming an accepted process on many projects. See webcasts from industry experts on what this means for practitioners.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is going to transform the way that the architecture, construction, engineering and facilities management (FM) industries work together. This insight will look at the risks that are inherent in the adoption of BIM, in particular the need to address cyber security in the implementation of the collaborative processes and systems.
IET publications, industry insights and speaker presentations on IET.tv addressing this topic.
The IET brought together leading experts from across the information and communications sector, and the building services industries, for a thought leadership summit on data in the smart built environment. This review highlights the current thinking, future opportunities, and key priorities in this fast-developing area.
A comprehensive showcase led report outlining a current technology overview, market intelligence and the role of energy-efficient lighting in the drive for carbon reduction.
16 March 2015
When architects design smart buildings, noise performance is quite often the last thing on their minds. But acoustic design is a critical factor in making sure your workspace is a place where you can actually work
16 February 2015
Will the new Met Office supercomputer, up and running later this year, improve the accuracy of weather forecasting in Britain's fickle climatic conditions?
12 February 2015
If you want to make the world a more sustainable place look no further than the Venus Project, a technology-based Utopia that for two decades has been proposing a radical overhaul to the way we think about the future. Does today’s technology take the dream any closer to reality?
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