The information and data used in the BIM process must be managed efficiently for the desired outcomes. The solution for this challenge: A Common Data Environment (CDE).
Digitization allows individual products to be seamlessly connected, reducing complexity and minimizing the cost of installation and commissioning
Thanks to the digital innovations and solutions available, Notre Dame can enjoy a process of rebirth — which will be done better, faster, and cheaper than it was ever possible.
The security industry has traditionally been a hands-on one, characterized by physical precautions such as security guards and mechanical keys and locks. The image of a guard patrolling a place with a torch in one hand and a ring with many mechanical keys attached to their belts has long been the picture associated with on-site security.
Construction remains one of the least digitized industries globally. Construction's limited digitization contributes to ill-informed decisions and inefficient industry processes, accelerating financial and environmental costs
Photo-realistic architectural visualizations of unbuilt projects are among the most critical assets of architecture firms. They showcase the firm's ability, improve the designs, and win competitions. As a valuable part of the portfolio, they're also crucial for long term architectural success as they attract better employees and clients.
Manufacturers of building products are striving to optimize their internal processes to be more competitive, innovative, and powerful. It's no secret that embracing digitalization is the easiest way to achieve this novel goal. However, how does one optimize the process of optimization?
The umbrella term of "small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)" might evoke a sense of humility. However, the importance and impact of SMEs around the world are the opposite of small or humble: SMEs account for up to 70 percent of the jobs in most OECD countries, facilitating growth, prosperity, and innovation globally.