In this article, we draw your attention to the environmental impact of construction products and their key environmental indicators.
Digital twins have revolutionised many industries, and their impact on construction can be even more significant if we take into perspective the long lifecycle of built assets. To be able to take full advantage of the data that is collected and stored in the project, product identification is a very important aspect to consider when developing the digital twin.
Our teams were curious to know more about space missions and in order to promote feasible and sustainable space exploration, Cobuilder organised an 8-hour internal hackathon to find out how our software would work in space and how it could help to build on Mars.
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.
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 and CRB launch the SBS Tool at Switzerland's Biggest Buildig Trade Event: Swissbau 2018 This year Switzerland's Biggest Building Trade Event: Swissbau is all about Collaboration. Are we doing it [...]