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UWE Bristol to drive innovation in consortium as part of new multi-million-pound consortium

Today UWE announced their involvement with TIES Living Lab.

A team of researchers from UWE led by Professor Lamine Mahdjoubi will work in; artificial intelligence data mining, advanced logistics, conversational artificial intelligence and quality assurance areas in the living lab. Receiving £1.2 million to complete this work.

The initiative will develop  a semi-automated system that can translate costings provided by various parties into a standardised format, such as the international construction measurement standard. With the aim of improving the understanding of costs and performance through benchmarking.  The team will also develop a state-of-the-art advanced logistics system based on digital twin technology to revolutionise modern methods of construction and improve productivity.

Dr Lamine Mahdjoubi, Professor of Digital Built Environment and Director of the Centre of Architecture and Built Environment Research at UWE Bristol expressed the importance of finding better ways of delivering high quality, cost-effective projects that offer both social value and are better for the environment. 

Read the full article here.

The Living Lab is a great opportunity for industry and academics to work together to embrace new, more productive, more efficient and more sustainable ways of delivering transport infrastructure.

Andrew Stephenson | Minister of State