Following the recent introduction of the UK Building Safety Bill, Antony Brophy, UK director of business development at Cobuilder, discusses why standardised data is essential for the construction sector.
A steering committee of major international construction industry stakeholders has been set up to facilitate the implementation and development of a common machine-readable language.
Cobuilder and Theatro360 – a collaboration that integrates 360-imaging with structured construction data
A picture says a thousand words, right? Finding an easy way to visualise the data that we need can help us make well-informed decisions. That is why Cobuilder and Theatro360 have teamed up to provide the construction supply chain with an innovative and pragmatic solution for integrating data into 360 photographs.
In a special interview for Cobuilder, Mr. Allen shares insights into glass technology, explains why some of today’s practices can put people’s safety at risk and discusses the role of better information management to address such issues.
The new standard EN ISO 23386 adopted in Cobuilder Define After more than 3 years of work, the construction industry has finally received a [...]
What is ‘context’ in the world of construction product data? Do you use the same language to describe something delightful to your colleagues as you do to describe the same thing to your kids? [...]
Cobuilder signs an agreement to support the delivery of structured product data for the Norwegian construction industry
Cobuilder signs an agreement to support the delivery of structured product data for the Norwegian construction industry Last week, Cobuilder signed an agreement with The Federation of Norwegian Construction Industries (BNL) [...]
BIM Standardisation Roadmap for the French Construction Industry – Part 1 In April 2017 the official French standardization roadmap was released as part of the French national strategy for digitising [...]