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Our commitment to open digital workflows and data continuity

Author Emmanuel Di Giacomo on Jan 28, 2019 1:45:16 PM

Autodesk is a co-founder of buildingSMART, formerly called International Alliance for Interoperability (IAI). We started this journey 22 years ago in 1996 with 11 strategic partners including AT&T, HOK, Archibus and others. Since then, Autodesk has always been committed to support openBIM® and.

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Growing evidence of the benefits of an integrated BIM+geospatial full lifecycle approach to construction

Author Geoff Zeiss on Jan 28, 2019 1:16:42 PM

Building information modeling (BIM) has been applied to design-build construction projects for many years. A growing number of countries are mandating BIM for public projects. While the UK government has said that "...we know that the largest prize for BIM lies in the operational stages of the.

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End of year message for 2018

Author Richard Petrie on Jan 28, 2019 12:01:53 PM

2018 has been another ‘high growth’ year for buildingSMART reflecting our ‘start-up’ status. The two Standards Summit in Paris and in Tokyo were both highly professional and of ever-increasing stature – and reflected in the growing attendance and breadth of topics addressed. The work effort in.

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What does IFC stand for?

Author Patrick MacLeamy on Jan 28, 2019 6:50:40 AM

I have just returned from an amazing buildingSMART Summit in Tokyo Japan attended by 469 people from 45 countries, working together to create open digital standards for the built environment. buildingSMART Japan arranged a wonderful venue next to Tokyo Bay and hosted a memorable dinner where.

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Major project delivery and digital transformation

Author Richard Petrie on Jan 28, 2019 6:45:34 AM

GII is a high-profile initiative organised by McKinsey Consulting to convene leaders from around the world to pursue new solutions in major projects and infrastructure. Over the last four years, they have held summits in Rio de Janiero, San Francisco, Singapore and most recently London. Against.

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