FCP at the csrTAG 2022
Verena Macho of FCP gives a lecture on the topic “Künstliche Intelligenz & Kreislaufwirtschaft (Artificial intelligence & circular economy)” at this year’s csrTAG in the breakout-session "Bauwirtschaft & Gebäude (Construction industry & buildings)”. In the 17th issue of the csrTAG the question is treated what responsible economic activity must achieve for the society.
As consulting engineering office FCP covers a wide range of diverse activity fields and offers extensive services for climate protection & sustainability in construction engineering, which are summarized in the KliNa initiative. For a successful circular economy in practice all stakeholders must, however, rethink and cooperate in some areas.
Verena Macho is active in the fields acoustics, dynamics, building physics, measurement & instrumentation for FCP and is founding member of the internal FCP KliNa initiative. In her function with IG Lebenszyklus she reports on findings of the working group “Klimaneutralität und Kreislaufwirtschaft im Bauwesen (Carbon neutrality and circular economy in construction engineering)”, how digitization and BIM can support you and what is needed to implement topics like circular economy / sustainable building.
When: 13 October 2022, Start: 9:00 a.m.
Breakout-Session (Bauwirtschaft & Gebäude): 03:30 p.m.
Where: A1 Telekom Austria Group, Lassallestraße 9, 1020 Vienna
"Digitization in the building industry keeps accelerating and digital technologies like for example BIM have arrived in practical work. It is also an important requirement for practicable sustainability in the building industry. FCP has been committed in this issue for years and would like to make the necessary contribution. ." Verena Macho, founding member of the internal FCP KliNa initiative, FCP Fritsch, Chiari & Partner ZT GmbH
The Austrian csrTAG has been established as yearly highlight on the topic sustainable economic activity in Austrian companies for 17 years. At the 17th csrTAG 2022 about 50 speakers disseminate their knowledge in ten agenda items and eight breakout sessions. The keynotes and presentations, panel-talks and practical workshops offer new scenarios for a sustainable future. With artificial intelligence a transformation to a more circular-oriented economy shall be created. The aim is to maintain the value of products, materials and resources within the economy as long as possible and to produce as little waste as possible.
Further information: www.csrtag.at