TITLE: Would you like to save 3% of your project value? Artificial Intelligence may hold the key

SYNOPSIS: 

Learning from past mistakes on construction projects is hard – 98% of mega projects incur cost and time overruns according to McKinsey. The challenges are wide-reaching, from collating historical data, to interpreting results, and comparing results across your entire portfolio history.

Thankfully, new tools are being developed, using Artificial Intelligence techniques, to tackle these challenges and unlock massive savings opportunities for contractors, owners, and the community.

Join Toby Buchanan from nPlan to learn how major project teams are using these tools today on projects around the world.

PRESENTER:

Toby Buchanan

General Manager, nPlan

 

LOCATION: Go To Meeting

PROGRAM TIME:

Nov. 12th, 2020 @ 11:45am PST

In Person Meeting:  AACE Seattle Section Nov 16, 2023 - AI - Applications to Project Controls & Engineering

Renaissance Seattle Hotel - Fig and The Judge Restaurant, 515 Madison St., Seattle, Wa

Please Join AACE Seattle Section Thursday November 16, 2023 for an in person meeting!!

Register Here :  AACE Seattle Section Nov 16 Registration Link

Speaker - Alan Mosca - Co-Founder and CTO of nPlan

About the speaker

-  7 years as a technologist in quantitative finance - implementing live trading strategies, quotefeed systems, trading engines, writing tools for research and automating front-office tasks for the likes of Jane Street Capital and Wadhwani Asset Management Extensive experience in algorithm design and software engineering, with a BEng in Computer Engineering and MSc in Computer Science

Synopsis -

In this talk Alan will explore how AI has advanced and its applications to Project Controls and Cost Engineering. Since 2017, nPlan has discovered and built several different ways of exploiting the advantages given by AI in forecasting, portfolio management, and reporting. Alan will run through some example use cases with the intent to stimulate and encourage a discussion after the talk.