RIBA CPD Showcase

Digital Technologies

Like a city skyline the digital landscape never ceases to evolve, sometimes unsettling us, sometimes delighting, but always leaving us with a sense of amazement. The following CPD materials offer just a taster of the construction industry’s unique insight into – and exploitation of – the latest digital technologies.
Online Learning, by Signbox Ltd
Understanding the benefits of digital signage helps deliver more effective digital strategies. This seminar discusses environment, productivity and being connected in the workplace and how, by incorporating digital signage into the design rather than treating it as an afterthought or enhancement is key to creating a wayfinding strategy that fits the building and improves the visitor experience.

UK-based Signbox is a leading signage specialist with over 30 years’ experience. With intelligent design and application the company consistently delivers award-winning visual communications via traditional and pioneering signage methods. It operates across a number of market sectors including corporate, education, healthcare, retail, hotel and leisure.

Duration: 45 minutes, plus Q&A
Seminar, by Actiu
A guide to the evolution of project presentation and representation that also looks at the latest tools available. Enable clients to see and understand how your designs will look, while providing you both with the opportunity to discuss and make changes prior to them becoming irreversible.

Actiu is the perfect project partner. It allows you to use virtual reality to develop ideas with total flexibility – thereby ensuring that you deliver the best solutions for your client.

Duration: 30 minutes, plus Q&A
(Live and online) seminar, by Quiet Mark Certification
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Acoustic design in the built environment can be complex. Consequently it’s often pushed down the priority order, risking the use of less appropriate materials and potentially effecting the health and wellbeing of building occupants. This seminar covers best practice acoustic design and how acoustics can help meet your client’s brief and support sustainability, wellbeing, productivity and inclusivity.

Quiet Mark is the independent global certification programme associated with the UK Noise Abatement Society charitable foundation (established in 1959). Through rigorous scientific testing and assessment, Quiet Mark identifies the quietest products in various categories spanning numerous sectors including building materials, commercial products, technology and home appliances.
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