Today, market leaders across the globe are looking at reducing embodied carbon as a key consideration in their growth strategies. In light of this market shift towards really focusing on the environmental impacts from building and infrastructure materials, decarbonisation has become a driver for not only sectoral change but also a long-awaited change in traditional business models.
A major step forward for BIM Standardisation - EN ISO 23386 published At Cobuilder we have been focusing a great deal of our communication around the development of [...]
Today, due to global circumstances resulting from COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease), Cobuilder has officially requested employees of the Group to stay and continue working from home.
A great Bautec show for Cobuilder at the Norwegian pavilion Germany is an exciting market for digital transformation proponents – this is probably the best takeaway from the [...]
DSCiBE Munich meeting - key takeaways for non-technical people This 5th edition of the Digital Supply Chains in Built Environment (DSCiBE) workshop was held at the IBM Watson IoT centre in Munich on the [...]
Putting Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to work Todor Popov - Data Scientist at Cobuilder tells the story behind the establishment of the organisation’s Machine Learning team. Today, the team has successfully [...]
About the Digital Supply Chains in Built Environment (DSCiBE) work group The Digital Supply Chains in Built Environment (DSCiBE) is an international work group was launched in March 2019. The group aims to bring [...]