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Read more at: Saving The World In A Day

Saving The World In A Day

24 March 2022

“We’re either a massive brake or accelerator on climate resilience depending on our actions.” The UK’s built environment, of which the construction sector is a significant component, contributes approximately 40% of our nation’s carbon emissions – with the construction sector alone contributing to 11% of the global...


Read more at: PRESS RELEASE: Accelerating construction start-ups

PRESS RELEASE: Accelerating construction start-ups

9 March 2022

Published today Designing an Accelerator for the Construction Sector (9 March) is a practical guide to supporting start-up firms and entrepreneurs within the built environment sector - to help them thrive, and work towards the goal of building a resilient and sustainable future. Enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub (...


Read more at: We’re hack-ling climate change with data

We’re hack-ling climate change with data

9 February 2022

If you are concerned about climate change and passionate about the power of data to tackle the challenges we face then join us to explore how information interoperability can help to tackle the biggest challenges facing the plannet today - the climate emergency. The Centre for Digital Built Britain is a partner in the...


Read more at: Digital Twin Journeys: smart infrastructure for safety and reliability across the rail network

Digital Twin Journeys: smart infrastructure for safety and reliability across the rail network

22 November 2021

When we travel by train, we expect that we will arrive at our destination safely and on time. Safety and performance of their service network is therefore a key priority for Network Rail. Our latest video in the Digital Twin Journeys series tells the story of how researchers have inherited two intensively instrumented...


Read more at: Resource:Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

Resource:Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

The Construction Innovation Hub’s Platform Design Programme is working in partnership with both government and industry to develop a platform construction system consisting of a standardised kit of parts to deliver social infrastructure buildings. Here Alexandra Luck, CIH Security Manager, explains...


Read more at: Resource: National Digital Twin: Integration Architecture Pattern and Principles

Resource: National Digital Twin: Integration Architecture Pattern and Principles

architecture.png The Architecture Principles This document builds on the National Digital Twin (NDT) Programme’s The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework: A Commons for a Digital Built Britain . Enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub, it specifies a set of principles and a...


Read more at: Publication: National Digital Twin: Integration Architecture Pattern and Principles

Publication: National Digital Twin: Integration Architecture Pattern and Principles

20 April 2021

architecture.png The Architecture Principles This document builds on the National Digital Twin (NDT) Programme’s The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework: A Commons for a Digital Built Britain . Enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub, it specifies a set of principles and a redeployable architectural...


Read more at: Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

11 March 2021

The Construction Innovation Hub’s Platform Design Programme is working in partnership with both government and industry to develop a platform construction system consisting of a standardised kit of parts to deliver social infrastructure buildings. Here Alexandra Luck, CIH Security Manager, explains the latest work on the...


Read more at: Resources: Top-Level Ontologies and Industry Data Models

Resources: Top-Level Ontologies and Industry Data Models

These two survey papers; ‘ A survey of Top-Level Ontologies ’ and ‘ A Survey of Industry Data Models and Reference Data Libraries ’, form the foundation for the work described in ‘ The Pathway towards and Information Management Framework ’ (IMF). The survey papers identify the requirements and...


Read more at: Dr Gokcen Yilmaz

Dr Gokcen Yilmaz

Research background

Gokcen is a systems engineer with a PhD in Information Systems. Her research interests include software engineering, smart buildings and cities, and BIM. Her application areas comprise software process assessment, BIM capability assessment, data analytics for smart city applications.

CDBB pojects involved with

Low Cost Construction Systems Development

Digital Construction on a Shoestring