Adam’s background as an artist and software developer informs his work in Applied Research and Development. Engaging with complex building and masterplan projects he has trained computers to anticipate design decisions; deployed a city-scale acoustic sensor network; and created a system for real-time exchange of data across disciplines, locations and design applications. Adam studied Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania and Computational Design at UCL. He joined Foster + Partners in 2006.
Takes part in
- Digital Built World SummitView Full Event
16:50 - 17:30
Panel discussion – Industry 4.0 sandboxes and the future of digital twins
For our last panel we reflect upon where the digital twin strategy will take us based upon promising R&D and stronger ESG regulations. We also consider the evolving needs of asset managers in twinning and automating complex business and social systems within buildings, cities and civil infrastructure.Panellists include:Moderated by: