Countries and construction companies in Europe will be able to take substantial leaps towards standards-based management of their data with the launch of a European data dictionary.
With the upcoming changes in EU regulations that are expected to set stricter requirements for provision and use of digital environmental data in construction, industry stakeholders are already looking at their digital strategies to prepare for the future.
Revision of the Construction Product Regulation and Construction Digital Product Passports: What lies ahead?
Cobuilder’s Senior Digital Construction Researcher Rumela Atanasova explains some key aspects of the proposed changes to the Construction Product Regulation and the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation. How will these changes address the need for digital product information in the form of Construction Digital Product Passports?
The Portuguese construction industry has made a big step towards its digital transformation. The GrowingCircle project – an international initiative between Portugal and Norway to set up a digital product catalogue in Portuguese and promote digitalisation – has now evolved into producing a Portuguese national data dictionary.
As contributors to GS1’s research, we have drawn up a summary to discuss the essential points from the report and share key takeaways for stakeholders in construction who are considering how they can better manage data to create ‘greener’ building projects.
The open BIM specialist XBIM is the winner of the DEFINE Hackathon hosted by Cobuilder.
In November, the technical operator of Define data dictionary, Cobuilder, released a new third version of Define data dictionary Templates API (Application Programming Interface).
Cobuilder hosts Define hackathon to unite construction software vendors and support them in enabling the free flow of standardised data
On the 8th and 9th of November, Cobuilder, as a technical operator of Define Data Dictionary, organizes a hackathon for construction software vendors and other related industry stakeholders.
Swedish Wood is implementing the data dictionary, Define, to develop a standards-based digital language for describing wood products. The goal is to improve collaboration within the industry as well as to facilitate free information flow across the construction supply chain.