Building Information Modeling with panoroom
Society and the world of work have changed enormously in recent years due to increasing digitalization. In the construction industry, digitalization is also advancing in leaps and bounds. The use of special software is a matter of course in practically all disciplines, such as architecture, structural design, structural physics, AVA, process planning, etc.. This is not only true for classic engineering disciplines and commercial areas in construction, but also for other construction areas such as construction documentation, construction site evaluation and construction coordination. The technology “Building Information Modeling (BIM)” is an essential component in the context of digitalization in the construction industry, which is continuously establishing itself internationally.
What is BIM?
Building Information Modeling refers to a collaborative working method that uses digital models of a structure to capture and manage the information and data relevant to its life cycle. This information and data is then exchanged between the parties involved in transparent communication or handed over for further processing. It is used for the planning, execution and operation of structures with a partnership approach. BIM is to be understood as a kind of database in which all information relevant to the building is stored. Ideally, the information contained is available and usable for all project participants at any time. Throughout the construction process, BIM is used as a tool, which however has an impact on conventional methods, processes, organization and above all on communication. Panoroom provides the necessary data for this, which can subsequently be processed and used by all project participants. Our technology enables the rapid conversion and transfer of the captured data into an optimal representation of the digital model.
The Significance of BIM
The establishment of Building Information Modeling in the construction industry represents a great opportunity for planners. All planning and realization steps become transparent and comprehensible. In this way, construction work can be further optimized with a view to achieving the highest possible quality in order to meet the high demands of clients. In German-speaking countries, only about 10 to 12% of projects are carried out with BIM. The associated criteria are regulated in the Austrian standard ÖNORM A 6241-2: 2015: Digital Building Documentation. With the help of panoroom’s technology, even extremely complex and extensive projects can be recorded and processed.
more intensive cooperation
better planning results
current and clear data
documentation and analysis
higher planning quality
construction site logistics
In recent years, BIM has increasingly influenced the supply chain in the construction sector, leading to organizational changes in workflows of construction processes. All construction professionals or those involved in construction projects will need to attend to this topic, as it will become even more important in the future. It is a matter of taking advantage of the opportunities offered by digital development and being able to ensure one’s own competitiveness in the future.
Do you want to use the potential of BIM and VR for your company now? Our competent team of experienced VR specialists is looking forward to take your building or your new company location into the future.
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