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Thought Leaders Series: The Opportunities for Integrated Digitalisation

About the webinar:

Asset-intensive facilities are some of the most complex projects to design, build and operate and the industry continues to struggle with the management of large capital projects, with budget and schedule overruns being all too common. 

The many stakeholders involved in these complex projects make the handover a very critical process that can be highly stressful for contractors, suppliers, asset owners, and operators alike. An imperfectly organized, inefficient, and ineffective transfer of asset-related information, including drawings, technical documents, and data content, undoubtedly translates into additional costs, inefficient operations, and safety risks.  How can we address these challenges and at the same time maximise the asset performance potential during the design and build phases?

This presentation takes a look at the CapEx temple of excellence concept and how digitalisation will provide opportunities for transformation creating new ways of working to the benefit of owners and engineering contractors alike. 

Key messages:

  • How to optimise your Supply Chain Operations
  • What are the roadblocks in rolling digitalisation
  • How does data help in making decisions, what information do you need to be able to make right decision?

Who should watch:

This event is highly relevant for all the engineers working in oil and gas, chemical power, construction, infrastructure, engineering or transport industry in, but not limited to, the following roles-

  • Digitalisation
  • Digital Engineering
  • Innovation, Digital Transformation
  • Engineering Manager
  • Construction Managers
  • Design Engineering


Niusha Khatibi
Digital Engineer
Department for Infrastructure and Transport

Niusha Khatibi works as a Digital Engineer at Department for Infrastructure and Transport in Projects including North-South Corridor during her professional journey. Niusha has worked for private sectors in construction and consultancy fields in Perth and Adelaide as well as International in companies such as AECOM, WSP and KBR. To expand her knowledge and skills, Niusha has also worked on a variety of commercial and Mining projects including Melbourne railway station, the Ribbon Sydney and the new Royal Adelaide hospital.

Marcus Haynes
Principal Solution Consultant
Hexagon Asset Lifecycle Intelligence division

Marcus is the Principal Solution Consultant for Hexagon Asset Lifecycle Intelligence division and is a season digital strategist with extensive experience in driving digital transformation and accelerating business growth through the adoption of digital technologies. Marcus is passionate about helping organizations leverage the latest digital tools and technologies to create innovative solutions that drive measurable business results