Invotech Smarter HK 2018 Series: How to transform an old city into a Smart CityMarch 22, 2018, 14:00-17:30H6 CONET, 99 Queen's Road Central
Hong KongMember Price: HKD 480Non-Member Price: HKD 780
Invotech Smarter HK 2018 Series
How to transform an old city into a Smart City using BIM, GIS, and Augmented Reality?
A Smart City needs to be a connected city, but a “Smarter” city knows how and when to connect. Hong Kong is far from being connected. Now is time to connect our Smart Citizens with Smart Global Experts, and contribute to grounding our Smart City.
Through a series of half-day talks each month, Invotech with our supporting partners brings the world of innovation and technology to Hong Kong and exposes Hong Kong to the world.
Master facilitator of the Series is Prof. Gregg Li. The March workshop is about Smart Buildings, Smart Living, and Smart Communites. Join us, to co-learn, co-play, co-explore, collaborate, and co-create. Let’s make Hong Kong into a more competitive city, and let’s have fun upgrading the quality of living while we become smarter.
March Workshop: How to transform an old city into a Smart City using BIM, GIS, and Augmented Reality? Rosana Wong. 22 March 2018. 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm. H6 CONET. Central.
- Today’s exploration is into Building Information Modeling (BIM), Smart Buildings, and the knowledge Smart Citizens will need to prepare living and building a new future in Hong Kong. In this session, Rosana will illustrate how new technologies such as BIM, GIS, and augmented reality can transform any city into a Smart City and any environment into a Smart Environment.
- Full Lifecycle Management is a key solution for Hong Kong and Belt and Road countries. This concept extends from design to construction to facility management, to even green building simulations. Rosana will share with us how this concept is changing the way we build and maintain our communities in Hong Kong.
About Our Main Lecturer
Rosana Wong is the Executive Director of Yau Lee Holdings Limited.
Ms. Wong is a visionary entrepreneur. She began her career in Hong Kong with Yau Lee Holdings Limited in 2003. She oversees the Group’s corporate business development, formulate strategic directions, lead/invest and implement R&D projects and advanced technologies, management of construction projects and also advocate corporate social responsibility. Under her leadership, Yau Lee Holdings Limited has grown to be a forward thinking, green corporation providing multidisciplinary services from building construction, IT solutions, MEP Services, architecture and engineering, energy optimization solutions, precast and low carbon building materials, curtain wall and steel works, to investment, property and hotel development.
Ms. Wong is driven by her passion in technology, innovation and science. She has established different new ventures, for instance, environment, infrastructure, care, transformation, coding, AI and Nano, to help develop and build a smarter and more sustainable ecosystem through exponential research and development in this dynamic community.
Ms. Wong is also the Vice President of Smart City Consortium and the Chairperson of its Smart Living Committee, Deputy Director of China Green Building (Hong Kong) Council, Member of Transport Advisory Committee of The Government of the HKSAR, Member of the Environment and Conservation Fund Committee of The Government of the HKSAR, Director of Cyberport Management Company Limited, Council Member of The Better Hong Kong Foundation, Member of The Zonta Club, Founder and Chairperson of Smart Generation Leadership Council, Exponential Advisory Board Member of Singularity University, Board Member of Virtual Builder and Advisory Board Member of Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE) at Stanford University.
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Specially Invited Commentators and Panelists (Alphabetical)
- Mr. Wilfred Au, Director of Planning and Design, URA
- Mr. Winston Lam, Chairman of Invotech and Director of NTI Building Care
- Mr. Kenny Liu, Co-founder and President of Citispire
- Mr. Eric Poon, Director of Works and Contracts, URA
- Dr. Thomas Tang, Director of Eco-Business and Global Sustainability Expert
About the Smart Community SIGs
Special Interest Groups of Invotech are organized by members to investigate realistic adoption of technology and innovation into Hong Kong. The current convener for Smart Community is Winston Lam. Their mission is to investigate and help ground the various housing and quality of living issues in Hong Kong, in the Smart City era.
2:00 – 2:15 Meet and Greet, Dr. G
2:15 – 2:45 Context and Updates on Smart Buildings, Smart Community, and Smart Initiatives for our old Hong Kong. Wilfred Au (Director of Planning and Design; and Eric Poon (Director of Works and Contracts) of the Urban Renewal Authority
2:45 – 3:30 How to transform an old city into a Smart City using BIM, GIS, and Augmented Reality? Ms. Rosana Wong, Executive Director, Yau Lee Limited
- BIM (Building Information Modeling)
- Geographic Information System (GIS)
- Augmented Reality (AR)
- Global AI Future Cities Lab
3:30 – 3:45 Break
3:50 – 4:20 How “Smart” is our buildings? What does a Smart building in Hong Kong look like? Mr. Kenny Liu, founder of Citispire
4:30 – 5:15 Myths, Illusions, and Reality. Panel led by Winston with Rosana, Wilfred, Eric, and Dr. Thomas Tang as panelists.
5:15 – 5:30 Building on the Government’s Smart City Blueprint – Co-learning and So What? Dr. G
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