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Miser sur l'Internet des objets

02/18/2021

Rogier Roelvink, CEGBU customer strategy director, analyse ce que l'Internet des objets (IoT) représente pour le domaine de la construction et de la gestion immobilière à destination des infrastructures de santé. Il discute de savoir si l'IoT apportera-t-il réellement des avantages tangibles et des gains en termes d'efficacité ou si sa valeur reste-t-elle encore à prouver.

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« Avec la pandémie, nous avons observé des efforts de modernisation » (Oracle Construction)

02/11/2020

Sherief Elabd a été interviewé par Batirama (BatiWeb) pour un article qui couvre l'accélération de la transition digitale dans le domaine de la construction ainsi que le point de vue d'Oracle sur les technologies actuelles et futures dans le secteur.

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Adopter une vision plus large de la gestion des risques dans le secteur de la construction

02/02/2021

Frank Malangone, Senior Director of Product and Industry Strategy, partage un aperçu aux (Les) Cahiers Techniques du Bâtiment sur les raisons pour lesquelles les organisations doivent prendre en considération les risques d'une manière plus globale afin de limiter les incidents.

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Numérique : comment la technologie soutient-elle la transition énergétique ?

01/04/2021

Dans un article dans Gaz d'aujourd'hui, Geoff Roberts examine comment l'industrie de l'énergie est obligée de s'adapter et de changer ses modèles pour mieux anticiper le changement

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ITER est déjà un succès

11/16/2020

Le Monde de L'Energie étudie le projet ITER – utilisant Primavera P6 – pour construire le plus grand tokamak du monde, un dispositif de fusion magnétique qui a été conçu pour prouver la faisabilité de la fusion en tant que source d’énergie à grande échelle et sans carbone. C'est un projet de construction unique en son genre en termes de complexité, de gouvernance et de technologie

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Constructeurs et ingénieurs, la donnée est entre vos mains

11/09/2020

Karthik Venkatasubramanian, CEGBU vice president of data and analytics, explique que les données sont l'élément vital pour que toute stratégie d'Intelligence Artificielle (IA) et de machine learning fonctionne, et que les données existantes peuvent être utilisées pour des scénarios de prédiction du monde réel dans une tribune parue sur L'Usine Nouvelle.

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L’analyse des données sera cruciale pour garantir l’approche développement durable du secteur de la construction

08/20/2020

Cet article de Steve Cooper, VP for Oracle Construction and Engineering Europe, paru sur Le Moniteur parle de l'augmentation des pratiques écologiques en matière de construction. Il explique comment les attentes des clients, du secteur et des gouvernements ont fait du développement durable un élément essentiel des initiatives de responsabilité sociale des entreprises (RSE) de toute société de construction.

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Oracle launches construction AI advisor for its cloud services

02/22/21

Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president of data science and analytics, Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Engineering News Record (ENR) about the new Oracle Construction Intelligence Cloud, a new suite of products that can examine past project data and provide users with advice on their current and future projects. "The insights and intelligence it will offer will prompt change," says Venkatasubramanian. "[Customers] will start to think about delays ahead of time and take proactive steps to deal with risk."

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Late payment and the impact on construction

02/22/21

Kevin McCarthy, Textura country manager (UK), Oracle Construction and Engineering, teamed with Construction News on a survey analyzing whether payment practices are improving in the construction industry.

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(Podcast) Episode 198. Create a single point of truth to reduce injuries & create a culture of accountability‬

02/15/21

Burcin Kaplanoglu, vice president, Oracle Industries Innovation Labs, participated in a panel for The Construction Leading Edge Podcast discussing how Oracle used Bosch Bluehound’s cloud-based asset-management and tracking solution during construction at the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab to boost productivity and transparency from warehouse to jobsite.

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Oracle intelligence cloud service features AI and ML tools

02/12/21

The newly launched Oracle Construction Intelligence Cloud Service was featured in a Construction Global and details how the new suite of AI and analytics applications uses machine learning to continually analyze project data managed in Oracle Construction and Engineering solutions to identify potential risks and inefficiencies early, improving decision-making.

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Inside Innovation: Despite growth projections, BIM and digital twinning face adoption challenges among SMEs

02/10/21

Frank Weiss, senior director of product management, Oracle Construction and Engineering, discussed with ConstructConnect the future of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and digital twinning (DT). Despite the disruptions caused by COVID-19 in 2020, indications point to continued rapid growth.

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Building for the future: Why data is the key to a greener built environment

02/10/21

Callan Mantell, senior sales director ANZ, Oracle Construction and Engineering, discussed how construction companies may consider data analytics as part of their green building practices in Builder & Contractors Magazine (page 9).

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A digital future

02/09/21

Frank Weiss, senior director of product management, Oracle Construction and Engineering, discussed with Construction Europe (page 29) how the digitization of construction has already started, and while it has a long road ahead, there is no stopping this journey.

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Machine learning and the future of construction

01/28/21

Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president of data science and analytics, Oracle Construction and Engineering, details in Inside Construction how new tools are providing easily consumable insights through the use of machine learning and that we will see a significant uptake in the adoption of this technology as part of the ongoing digital transformation of the construction industry.

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Digital.com names top facility management software of 2021

01/20/21

Oracle’s Primavera Unifier was named one of the top facility management software solutions for 2021 by Digital.com.

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Moving Money: driving project success with payment technology

12/23/20

David Kelly, vice president of client services, Oracle Construction and Engineering, explores how digitization holds the key to solving long-standing challenges of the payment processes in the construction industry in Modern Contractor Solutions.

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Cognitive bias in construction projects and how data can help

12/22/20

Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president of data science and analytics, Oracle Construction and Engineering, details in FC&A (page 16) the cognitive bias in construction projects and how data can help us make better decisions and remove bias.

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High five: project pitfalls

12/19/20

Frank Malangone, senior director product & industry strategy, Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines how costly errors in the construction industry result from poor document control, and why the answer lies in a system purpose-built for the industry in Construction Global.

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How will BIM evolve in 2021?

12/16/20

Frank Weiss, senior director of product strategy, Oracle Construction and Engineering provided BIM Today with insights on how BIM will shift and evolve in 2021.

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A broader view of construction risk management

12/14/20

Frank Malangone, senior director product & industry strategy, Oracle Construction and Engineering, explores on how organizations managing construction projects are increasingly looking for ways to incorporate more robust risk management practices that minimize disruption to business processes in Risk Management Magazine.

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Payment and construction: “we never get paid what we asked for — that’s just the way of our world”

12/14/20

Steve Cooper, vice president of Europe, Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Construction News on how finances having been severely stretched due to the pandemic and how best to tackle late payments.

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How technology supports the move to integrated energy

12/08/20

Geoff Roberts, director, global industry strategy, Oracle Construction and Engineering, provided insights to Oil and Gas Technology (page 24) on how technology supports the move to integrated energy businesses.

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Digital twins, data quality and digital skills

11/24/20

Frank Weiss, senior director of product strategy, Oracle Construction and Engineering explores how the construction industry is seeing a greater digitization of the sector by both external and internal factors in BIM Today. The article notes that at the heart of this change lies a growing interest in using data across built-asset projects.

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Oracle Aconex for Defense receives FedRAMP moderate authorization from USACE

11/13/20

Oracle Construction and Engineering’s announcement that Oracle Aconex for Defense has received Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate authorization was covered by Newsbreak.

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5G coming soon to a neighborhood near you

11/6/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, Oracle Global Business Units’ executive director and innovation officer, was interviewed by Constructor for an article which examines how a 5G wireless network has the potential to significantly affect productivity, safety, and quality on a construction site.

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How coronavirus has changed the construction industry for the better

11/6/20

Sherief Elabd, director of industry strategy and innovation, Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Arabian Business for an article detailing how the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technology, boosting efficiencies in the construction sector.

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The worksite of tomorrow, today

11/6/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, Oracle Global Business Units’ executive director and innovation officer, examines how the construction industry is responding in innovative ways to the disruption it has faced in recent months in Big Project Middle East.

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Proptech allowing realty to build momentum

11/1/20

Sherief Elabd, director of industry strategy and innovation, Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Khaleej Times for an article detailing how property technology (proptech) will play a key role in enhancing design, construction and operations, while also helping the real estate sector to re-emerge stronger having adapted to the new normal.

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Technology, the secret sauce and missing ingredient for construction payments

10/20/20

Mike Antis, global vice president – Textura at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines in Builders & Contractors Magazine how the financial health of the supply chain depends heavily on payments and cash flow for the suppliers and subcontractors who rely on these funds to pay employees and other expenses – and simply put, to remain in business.

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Capital planning in an unpredictable world

10/19/20

Dave Bullard, senior director product and industry strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Construction Global for an article which examines how in a crisis, cost-cutting may seem like the intuitive reaction but it should be treated with caution. In this environment the importance of adequate strategic planning and portfolio management is paramount, and decisions shouldn’t be made solely on the basis of cost but should also consider additional factors not visible to the planning team.

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Oracle's integrated platform, a holistic view for teams

10/19/20

Geoff Roberts, director, global industry strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Energy Digital for an article which examines how niche technology solutions, which are often easy to set up and quick to establish, are tempting to business units and departments when facing a specific challenge. But these days with digitization at the strategic level, the proliferation of niche products only serves to undermine the establishment of holistic thinking within a business. It can impede the progress of broader digital evolution, which now more than ever needs to be fast-tracked, and ultimately of project outcomes.

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Humanize to truly digitize

10/14/20

Rogier Roelvink, customer strategy director at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines how the presence and impact of technology will undoubtedly increase in facilities management and people are key to its success in Facilities Management (UK). Processes and procedures will be enhanced as technology is embraced, and automating routine repetitive tasks allows facilities management personnel to focus on the more rewarding human aspects of delivering the services.

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Digital solutions: Building the worksite of the future

10/13/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Global Business Units, examines how the construction industry is learning to respond to the new and unprecedented era of disruption in Construction & Civil Engineering. While COVID-19 related challenges around health and safety has brought further delays to construction sites, it has only revealed what the industry already knows – it remains one of the least digitized industries.

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The global 50: Open innovation across continents for buildings and infrastructure’s digital transformation

10/01/20

Oracle Construction and Engineering was recognized by BuiltWorlds in their annual “The Global 50 Innovators” list. The Global 50 is the publications list of the top change agents in the construction industry, companies driving innovation at home and also in places well beyond their headquarters.

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3Q Tech Report: New Ideas for a Strange Era

09/30/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Global Business Units, was interviewed by ENR Magazine for their Q3 Tech Report, an article which focuses on the emergence of the technological solutions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Kaplanoglu discusses how the industry has seen an acceleration of technology adoption and digitization over the past few months and how some tools are evolving from “nice-to-have” to “must-have” in the new environment.

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5G - The Great Construction Site Modernizer

09/28/20

Sherief Elabd, industry strategy & innovation at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by MODUS magazine for an article detailing how 5G will deliver an exponential leap in speed, opening the way for a new generation of construction technology. This increased speed will lead in improvements in productivity, costs and quality, and enable quicker project decision-making to address issues sooner.

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Humans and Robots: Building the Future Together

09/23/20

Oracle’s Virtual Road Trip made a stop at the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab, where influencer Bill Kleyman received a tour from Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, and his sidekick Spot (the robot dog) of the innovations Oracle is working on to promote safer construction during COVID-19.

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FEATURE: 'Humanize to digitize', says Oracle2020

09/15/20

Rogier Roelvink, customer strategy director at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines how the presence and impact of technology will undoubtedly increase in facilities management and people are key to its success in Logistics Middle East. Processes and procedures will be enhanced as technology is embraced, and automating routine repetitive tasks allows facilities management personnel to focus on the more rewarding human aspects of delivering the services.

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Innovation Lab Showcases the Construction Industry’s Tech Future

09/10/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Global Business Units, was interviewed by Oracle Connect for an article detailing how the work being done at the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab is ushering in the future of the digitally-enabled construction site that both improves efficiency and worker safety.

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The Promise and Benefits of IoT in the Construction Sector

09/07/20

Rogier Roelvink, customer strategy director at Oracle Construction and Engineering, examines what the Internet of Things (IoT) mean for construction, facilities, and asset management in the healthcare space in Planning, BIM & Construction Today. Connected devices are touted to have great benefits, but can stated benefits like ‘early warning’, ‘remote monitoring’ and ‘continuous data collection’ be quantified to the extent that they warrant change or investment?

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The Worksite of Tomorrow, Today

08/21/20

Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering, explores in the article "The Worksite of Tomorrow, Today," how the construction industry is responding to industry disruption through innovation on UK Construction Online. With the unpredictability around job sites, project managers must consider innovative but dependable solutions to achieve project delivery success in this new reality.

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