Digitalisation in airport construction In the era of fast-changing technologies, the future may be unpredictable, but one thing seems certain – the passenger demand for air travel will continue to grow. This should have [...]
In our last newsletters, we informed the users of our solutions in Norway that ProductXchange will be gradually replaced by the new digital tool Cobuilder Collaborate. Here you can find further information on the transition to the new solution as well as the features in Cobuilder Collaborate.
Building the future – Wienerberger AG partners with Cobuilder to create an enterprise-level data model.
Wienerberger have chosen to work with Cobuilder in applying the principles of data templates placed within a data dictionary framework to achieve operational efficiency through a high level of process standardization and local compliance management.
Parallel digitisation efforts have started to emerge regarding the use of properties, especially within the logic of classification systems. This is why, it is important to look at some considerations
Circular economy (CE) as a concept has become widely known in relation to the reuse and recycling of short-lived consumer goods such as clothing, phones, computers, washing machines etc. In the last decades, people have become more conscious of the ways consumer culture has affected our society and economy.
With over 20 years of experience, CADENAS has adapted, extended and optimized its proven technology for the M&E sector, to align with the special requirements of the BIM & AEC sector. With the help of BIMcatalogs.net technology, manufacturers of construction components can provide product downloads ...
Global product data management – Interview with Paul Surin, Head of Built Environment at Wienerberger AG
Paul Surin, Head of Built Environment at Wienerberger AG provides his insights into the manufacturer’s side of BIM and the decision making process at Wienerberger UK, and their rationale for choosing cobuilder goBIM
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts HSLU was the first university to test out Cobuilder’s PDT solutions as part of Empa’s NEST technology transfer project.