Effective brainstorming and group problem-solving are key critical aspects that can convert potential project deviations in cost saving steps and eventually revenue drivers from breakthrough innovations.
Architecture is a collaborative art that brings together clients, designers, engineers and builders to envision constraints as opportunities for innovation. The process of designing is a team effort. It involves the engaged participation of diverse stakeholders’ groups, specialized consultants, and contractors. Through effective meetings, an exchange of knowledge and insights occurs and new discoveries are made that inform a highly functional and inspirational architecture.
GDSS (group decision support systems) can be used in both face-to-face and virtual meetings. The software allows you to design better group processes and, as a result, ensure the appropriate level of participation and genuine engagement with your project team.
Our company firmly believes that education is the best marketing approach for group collaboration products. We offer training and professional development for various types of project team leaders throughout the range of business sectors.
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Interactive displays can assist project team members to work together and coordinate larger projects, enabling you to deal with present day’s toughest challenges in planning and construction or any engineering project.
3D visual modeling solutions from EON Reality™ deliver the ultimate support in complex project design reviews that ensure efficient engineering to prevail as a discipline along with maximum customer satisfaction. Extend the visual reach of your project presentations with EON Reality™ software that enables real-time interactions via front or rear, single or multi-channel projection, allowing users to interact with individual 3D objects and complete virtual environments.
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The European Prize for Urban Public Space is an initiative of the Centre for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB). It was established following the exhibition “The Reconquest of Europe”, which was held in the CCCB in 1999, in order to offer testimony to the process of rehabilitation of public spaces that has been occurring in many European cities.
The aim of the Prize is to recognise and foster the public character of urban spaces and their capacity for promoting social cohesion. While acknowledging the ambiguities inherent in the notion of public space, this Prize – the only one of its kind in Europe – is distinctive in both recognising and promoting a public space that is at once public (open and universally accessible) and urban. The Prize, in highlighting the relational and civic aspects of the typically urban area, thus differs from other initiatives that are focused on the figure of the architect, and from awards given for landscape-centred projects.
ixia is the public art think tank – it provides guidance on the role of art in the public realm.
Through its activities ixia identifies and challenges restrictive practices that result in limited and missed opportunities for artists working in the public realm.
ixia works with artists, policy makers and implementers within the public and private sectors. It carries out research, supports events and delivers training, and commissions new writing and publications.
Join our webinars to learn more about GDSS and visual interactive collaboration. To find about the next sessions visit our GDSS micro-site: here.