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Iain Mansell

October 08, 2019
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    Catalyst for transformation 6 Our mission is to be a

    catalyst for transforming the UK construction sector through manufacturing technologies and digital ways of working – boosting productivity, exports and asset performance to benefit society
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    Construction Innovation Hub 7 The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) is

    inspiring Great British manufacturing globally by developing innovative manufacturing technologies and processes in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions. Founded in 2010, and one of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult centres, the MTC has some of the most advanced manufacturing equipment in the world enabling it to provide a specialised environment for the development and demonstration of innovation to be used on an industrial scale. BRE is an international, multi-disciplinary, building science organisation with a mission to improve buildings and infrastructure through research and knowledge generation, and their application. BRE employs over 600 people in the UK, China, India, the Middle East and the USA who are committed to building a better world together. Our products, services, standards and qualifications are applied in over 80 countries enabling our customers to make a positive difference to the built environment. We are owned by a charity called the BRE Trust, which delivers one of the largest programmes of built environment education and research for the public good. The Centre for Digital Built Britain is a partnership between the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and the University of Cambridge to deliver a smart digital economy for infrastructure and construction for the future and transform the UK construction industry’s approach to the way we plan, build, maintain and use our social and economic infrastructure.
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    A Core Technical Programme 9 Overcomplexity Capacity Issues Low productivity

    Poor whole life performance H & S Impacts Programme overruns Lack of data INDUSTRY CHALLENGES Poor value for money High quality projects Better performing assets Improved user experience Useable data Better operations and management Safer delivery Predictable programme EXPECTED OUTCOMES Better profit margins A MARKET FACING PROGRAMME SECURITY MINDEDNESS The Hub have identified the key challenges faced by the construction industry and the outcomes the Hub will achieve.
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    Develop a platform design and delivery concept that can: 

    Be implemented at scale by public sector clients  Reduce cost, delivery time and lifetime carbon emissions  Boost productivity and increase the asset whole life value  Offer an opportunity to integrate active renewable energy systems Platform Design Programme Objectives Source: Bryden Wood Technology Limited, Platform 2 Superstructure 10
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    Benefits to participating organisations 11 We want to work with

    organisations who want….  To be at the forefront of the revolution happening in construction  To take advantage of the support available from world- class manufacturing, performance and digital experts from across MTC, BRE and CDBB to develop and refine their products, technologies or services  To see their innovative products and services incorporated into and widely showcased on a proof-of- concept building  To open up market opportunities at scale across the government projects and beyond Platform partners will… Be at the forefront of revolution Be widely showcased Refine & improve your product Open up market opportunities Drive industry standards Receive world class support
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    J J A S O N D J F M

    A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M 2019 2020 2021 2022 Platform Design Programme Timeline For further information contact construction@the-mtc.org Design Test Manufacture Phase 3: Assemble Proof of Concept (6m) Phase 1: Open Call (3m) Phase 2: Design / Make / Test (18m) Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3 Briefing Event Down Selection Open Call Assemble and Exhibit @ MTC and/or BRE Workshop 4 Workshop 5 Workshop 6 Workshop 7 Workshop 8 Workshop 9 Workshop 10 Workshop 11
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    Join the transformation www.constructioninnovationhub.org.uk @CIH_HUB Construction Innovation Hub #TransformingConstruction #ConstructionInnovationHub

    The data contained in this document contains proprietary information. It may not be copied or communicated to a third party, or used for any purpose other than that for which is was supplied, without the MTC’s prior written content ©MTC
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    DIGITAL MANUFACTURING @MTC Data & Information Systems Minimise machine down-time

    & increase throughput via implementing smart maintenance. Smart management of asset health Identify & correct quality issues via process inspection and data analysis. Data driven quality optimisation  ~20 Researchers  Compact GPU devices for Deep Learning in the Edge  High Performance Computing
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    • Evangelising Technology We will achieve our mission by… •

    Developing Technology • Embedding Technology • Thought leadership • Technology demo • Technology network • Development team • Usability testing • Market awareness • Frameworks and standards • Business strategy • Training
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    APPLICATIONS OF FACTORY SIMULATION IN DIGITAL MANUFACTURING Optimise your production

    process using real time data Simulation in the Loop Identify and mitigate bottlenecks before they manifest Bottleneck Analysis Design and validate new and existing factories to meet demand and business case Factory Layout Planning Test and validate new layout configuration and process in a risk-free environment Virtual Factory Validation of storage strategies and identification of space requirements Warehouse Optimisation Design and validate supply chain strategies to ensure demand is served Optimised Supply Chain Optimise production schedule on a real time basis Dynamic Scheduling Incorporate enterprise and cost data into simulation analytics for more accurate business planning Data Centric Strategies
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