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Knowledge sharing as opposed to knowledge hoarding...

Competition is what drives an organisation to thrive and survive. Competitiveness is an intrinsic part of our being, however being competitive does not necessarily mean being self-centred and knowledge hoarder. Skill gaps, information silos and fragmented workflow are some of the direct consequences of knowledge hoarding.


Thus, the goal of this group is to break information silos, develop relevant skillsets and identify efficient workflow through continuous learning and open knowledge sharing.  Digital Built Environment Institute empower construction professionals to share their ideas and project experiences to the industry.


DBEI organises a series of 'open-to-all' seminars and workshops to educate, enhance and enlighten the local construction industry about the benefits of adopting digital technologies. Topics shared ranges from current to future technology trends such as Building Information Modelling, Virtual Design and Construction, Virtual Reality, Reality Modeling, LiDAR, Design Computing, Cloud Computing and even the application of Drones in Construction.

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