Projects require the BIM tools which are as simple to use as possible. Only then, the structured approach of BIM can be developed for project management. Project and construction managers have neither the time nor the interest to work with complex software.
Visitors of the Expo Real 2013 in Munich will see live how mobile data is captured on-site and directly connected to the 3D model using an information based production system. There, the data is available online (with information of the design phase) for a structured preparation and analysis. The business value is achieved where the data is utilized and presented for a variety of applications such as quantity take-off, cost estimations, design coordination and clash-detection, quality assurance, inspections, photo-documentation, approval of schedules, management reporting and many other functions. The BIM Manager ensures that the benefits of BIM are realized in the project. In addition to the technology, he takes care of the processes, staff training and the creation of project-specific BIM guidelines.
Visit us at the EXPO REAL 2013!
EXPO REAL, Munich,
Neue Messe Munich
Hall B1, Booth 140
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