The housing sector is no longer focused on bricks. User experience is essential to meet the client’s expectations and it is increasingly more common for environmental certificates to be required, such as the LEED or BREEAM.
Industry 4.0 involves the complete digitization of value chains; digital twins are vital elements of information integration, and for the management and automation of information to generate maximum value in the whole chain.
Innovation and technology to create unique experiences. Sporting events are also being transformed by technology to meet the leisure needs of the 21st century. Digitization in asset management is now an essential part of sports business.
By their very nature, infrastructure projects involve significant investment, requiring cost-effective, efficient, sustainable and well-considered solutions. When used in the infrastructures sector, BIM makes it possible to create an environment in which the risks are managed.
In this age of Smart Cities, a holistic, forward-looking approach is required to offer solutions to local challenges, by creating flexible and connected spaces for citizens which are eco-friendly, where the wellbeing of the users is at the center of the architectural discourse.
Integrating GIS-BIM-IoT technologies is a vital part of defining the Digital Built Environment in the new urban paradigm of Smart Cities. A multiscale information model that will completely change the way we design, build and operate in our cities.
A technological paradigm shift is unfolding in healthcare. Therefore, hospitals are being presented with the opportunity to improve their services and reduce their costs by adapting their facilities to an ageing population and increasingly scarce resources. The ability to coordinate and optimize systems offered by BIM is now an essential part of hospital construction.
Comfort, convenience and personalized offerings are vital aspects in today’s tourism industry. Information technologies to manage and operate assets throughout their life cycles are essential to maximize profits.
Hyperconnectivity is changing everything: the ways in which we shop, work and interact. The traditional office is making way for new trends such as co-working, so the spaces we use need to meet the needs of this new mixed reality, in terms of their design and the use of technologies such as BIM, VR/AR and connecting with business management systems, leading to new management and operation methods.