The Development Bureau has published a Technical Circular on Digital Works Supervision System (DWSS) (ref. DevB TC(W) No. 3/2020) intending to enhance the standard and efficiency of work supervision as well as the quality and safety of works. The adoption of DWSS will certainly increase productivity, enhance regulation and quality assurance for the industry. In order to support this transformation, isBIM launched this webinar on DWSS to facilitate the adoption of digital technologies for construction site supervision.
In this webinar, our speaker, Mr Wilson Li will introduce a DWSS solution, Jarvis DWSS for collecting construction works information and managing the workflows of site activities. The solution can help digitise all site processes, identify risks and track project performance. In view of the increasing use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology, Mr Li will also present how site performance can be improved by having DWSS integrated with BIM.
How to improve Site Performance with DWSS and BIM
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Mr Wilson LI
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