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BIM World Munich – a congress on digital construction processes

Planners, processors, the construction industry and software manufacturers will meet on 27 and 28 November for the third BIM World Munich. With over 120 exhibitors and 4000 visitors, it is the largest BIM event in the German-speaking world. On display will be BIM solutions, virtual reality/augmented reality applications, industrial construction solutions, smart IoT buildings and 3D reality capture.

Not all architects are currently enthusiastic about using Building Information Modelling (BIM). However, sooner later they won’t be able to avoid working with this tool. The construction industry in turn is making BIM data available for more and more products, and software manufacturers are doing everything they can to make it as easy as possible for architects to get started with digital planning. On 27 and 28 November, planners, processors, the construction industry and software manufacturers will meet for the third time at BIM World Munich. With over 120 exhibitors and 4000 visitors, it is the largest BIM event in the German-speaking world. On display will be BIM solutions, virtual reality/augmented reality applications, industrial construction solutions, smart IoT buildings and 3D reality capture. Architects can take part in one of the numerous workshops or the conference.

Conference on BIM along the building life cycle

New this year is the BIM-Town special area. There, IT and IoT start-ups will present their products and solutions. The supporting programme will range from digital building management and BIM in sustainable construction and infrastructure planning through to legal aspects. In addition to industrial construction, the conference will focus on BIM along the building life cycle. Several best-practice examples will be presented, including examples from Züblin/Strabag. On the second day the focus will be on innovations and disruptors in the construction and building industry. Juan Lucas Young from Sauerbruch Hutton will present his project "Woodies", which was built modularly with BIM, while Christian Scheck from Savills will shed light on the role of BIM in the real-estate industry. -Other presentations will focus on the use of sensors in buildings and data analysis and use of the cloud.


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