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How Construction Firms can Capitalise on Their Data


BIM Today published a contributed article from Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president of data and analytics at Oracle Construction and Engineering, titled ‘You Have Data—Here’s What to Do with It.’ Venkatasubramanian says, “Data continues to fascinate the construction industry. Where other industries are much more mature in terms of their ‘big data’ journey, in construction, it is still gaining traction. Construction is often considered being behind in its digitisation journey, but in this weakness lies a significant strength: the ability to innovate like never before. And the opportunities presented by technology are starting to justify the cost more than ever.”

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How Oracle”s Innovation Lab Could Help You Keep Your Social Distance


Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director and innovation officer at Oracle Construction and Engineering spoke with Built In Chicago about how the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab in Chicago is working with technology partners to adapt their systems to enable safe building and minimize disruption at construction sites. “Our industry was heading this direction of more digitization, more offsite construction, more remote operations, connected tools, and connected equipment,” said Kaplanoglu. “Now we’re in a place to increase the adoption of these tools that we all have been talking about and working on for a while.”

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How IT Investment Can Pay Off for Construction


Construction News UK published a contributed article by Steve Cooper, vice president of sales at Oracle Construction and Engineering titled ‘How IT Investment Can Pay Off for Construction”. Cooper discusses how the current health crisis has shown how crucial it is to use common cloud-based solutions along the supply chain. “Cloud effectively allows people to work together with the same information. When different organisations are making decisions on projects, they are making those decisions on the same information as everyone else. There is just better decision-making,” said Cooper.

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How Construction Firms Can Begin a Data Journey


Construction Executive published a contributed article by Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president of data and analytics at Oracle Construction and Engineering titled, ‘How Construction Firms Can Begin a Data Journey.’ The article provides keys to unlocking and extracting value from the piles of data organizations have accumulated over years of projects and activities, including defining goals, identifying and analyzing data, and applying analysis to current projects.

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Oracle On 5G “Network Slicing” for the Construction Industry


Construction Week Online published a contributed article from Burcin Kaplanoglu, Oracle’s executive director, innovation officer, “How 5G ‹Network Slicing’ Can Help the Construction Industry.” Kaplanoglu discusses how the construction industry is one that could quickly see specific—and significant—benefits from 5G technology.

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Internet of Things: a Competitive Edge or a Double-Edged Sword?


Sherief Elabd, Oracle›s director at Industry Strategy and Innovation Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Construction News UK in an article titled, “Internet of things: a competitive edge or a double-edged sword?” Elabd discusses how he is certain that the Internet of Things (IoT) will soon become a factor in winning work. Elabd explores how the data that can be harvested from connected technologies will give the businesses that use them a competitive edge.

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AR and VR will Transform Construction


At Oracle Construction and Engineering’s Construction Technology Summit event in Melbourne, Australia earlier this year, Sourceable interviewed Gwyllim Jahn, chief product officer at Fologram. The resulting article talks about the benefits of AR and VR for construction.

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UK›s Ministry of Defence Loads Up £4.6m for One Plucky IaaS and PaaS Provider to Host Oracle Primavera Apps


The Register reported that the United Kingdom›s Ministry of Defence is on the hunt for an infrastructure and platform service provider to host servers supporting its Oracle Primavera project management software. The ministry’s Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) unit said hosting will make continued use of the accredited “UKCloud” provided platform, which offers specialist multi-cloud services to organisations in the public sector and regulated industries.

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Data is Critical for Effective Construction Management


Karthik Venkatasubramanian, vice president for data science, analytics, and strategy at Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Sourceable at Oracle’s Construction Technology Summit (CTS) in Melbourne in February. Karthik discussed the use of data on construction projects and how effective management and use of data is critical in driving optimal results.

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Rail Baltica Joint Venture to Implement Risk Management System


The Railway Gazette reported that Rail Baltica joint venture (JV) RB Rail has deployed Oracle’s planning, scheduling and risk reporting software (Oracle Primavera P6 and Oracle Primavera Cloud solutions) to efficiently manage all project activities and resources. This software is expected to not only enhance existing project control practices, but also act as a measure to accelerate project implementation.

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Ashghal’s Doha South Project Wins Oracle’s ‘Construction and Engineering Excellence Award’


The Gulf Times reported that Ashghal’s Doha South Sewage Infrastructure Project (the Public Works Authority in Qater) has been awarded Oracle’s Construction and Engineering Excellence Award for Enterprise-wide Standardisation in Public Infrastructure.

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WATCH: Driving Efficiency in Project Delivery


Baraq Hadi, Middle East vice-president, Oracle Construction and Engineering, was interviewed by Middle East Business Intelligence on how project owners and operators must think strategically when delivering projects.

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Enhancing the Future of Technology in Engineering and Construction


CanBIM published a contributed article from Burcin Kaplanoglu, Oracle’s executive director, innovation officer. The article reports the story behind Oracle’s Industry Innovation Lab and the partners involved in bringing it to life, as well as the recent opportunity to expand beyond the horizons of the engineering and construction sector and how the Lab explore new technology ecosystems.

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Oracle, buildingSMART Reveal 2020’s Top BIM Trends


Oracle’s Senior Director, Product Management Frank Weiss and buildingSMART International’s Leon van Berlo discuss industry collaborations for BIM in a Construction Week Online article. Building information modelling (BIM) has experienced a renaissance in 2019. Not that as a methodology it was outdated, but the interpretations and discussions around it have evolved over the last year.

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BIM Made Great Strides in 2019, Where is it Heading in 2020


Specialist BIM publication, BIM+ features a byline article about BIM and what to expect from the methodology in 2020 co-authored by Leon van Berlo from buildingSMART International and Frank Weiss, Oracle’s senior director, product management.

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Construction Technology, Connectivity is Key


International Construction interviews Burcin Kaplanoglu, Oracle’s executive director, innovation officer, in an article which discusses the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab, construction technology predictions, and the value of 5G for construction.

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Cloud Connections


Big Project magazine interviewed Sherief Elabd following his presentation at Oracle Open World in Dubai. The resulting article explores the Oracle Industries Innovation Lab, our focus on growing a global partner ecosystem and expanding the Lab into other regions, and how Oracle Construction and Engineering is poised to serve the Middle East market.

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“Low-Hanging Watermelons”: Oracle’s Take on How AI Will Change Construction


Global Construction Review quotes Karthik Venkatasubramanian, Oracle’s vice president for data science, analytics and strategy in an article detailing how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are set to play a growing role in construction projects. Venkatasubramanian says AI should be used to do what machines do well and humans not so much – which boils down to analyzing, comparing or otherwise processing datasets. This is, he says, where the greatest returns are to be found, along with the significant cost savings on any given project.

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Technology Will Transform the Industry in 2020


Construction News features the Oracle Construction and Engineering 2020 predictions article attributed to Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director of innovation, Oracle Construction and Engineering. The piece looks at AI/ML, 5G, BIM, and payments management solutions.

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Telematics: Building a Construction Ecosystem


International Construction quotes Burcin Kaplanoglu, executive director of innovation, Oracle Construction and Engineering, discussing the growing emphasis on using data for the greater good in construction. “A lot of this will be driven by a recognition of the benefit of data that can be captured and analyzed,” he says. “Construction businesses at the cutting edge will be demanding greater transparency, knowledge, and collaboration of the construction process to have more control."

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Will Simulated Work-Sites Drive Digital Transformation in the AEC Industry?


Sherief Elabd, Oracle’s director at Industry Strategy and Innovation Construction and Engineering was interviewed by ME Construction Magazine at Oracle Open World Dubai. Elabd discussed Oracle’s role in empowering new technologies and strategies to boost digital transformation in the AEC industry through its flagship Innovation Lab. Elabd says, “[W]e wanted to make sure that the Lab is being built using the latest technologies in construction and that it is sustainable. It’s going to be equipped with 5G network and will be AI (artificial intelligence)-enabled, so it will be a smart Innovation Lab.”

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Transforming the Way Contractors Interact


Modern Contractor Solutions Magazine features Andy Verone, Oracle’s global vice president, industry strategy and innovation, in their monthly Technology Trends column. In the article titled ‘Transforming The Way Contractors Interact’, Verone says, “[t]he proliferation and adoption of technology across the construction landscape continue apace as builders seek better and smarter ways of working, both on and off the jobsite. Using technology to improve productivity, safety, and quality, and to unlock actionable project intelligence, is becoming central to the strategies of leading contractors.”

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Reimagining BIM: It's About Delivery and Data—Not Just Design


Construction Executive recently published a contributed article from Frank Weiss, Oracle’s senior director, product management. The article explains how BIM can function at the center of a broader project delivery methodology centered around collaboration and data management to unlock greater levels of visibility and efficiency across design, delivery, and maintenance activities.

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Oracle Expands Innovation Lab to Advance Industries


Modern Contractor Solutions Magazine covers the recent Oracle Industries Innovation Lab expansion, stating that the Lab moving forward will also feature simulated environments, including Oracle’s Utility and Communication solutions.

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Fostering Innovation


Oracle Construction and Engineering’s Sherief Elabd, director of industry, strategy and innovation was recognized in an article by Entrepreneur Middle East Magazine for his contributions at a Middle East Roundtable which explored how different enterprises approach innovation internally.

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