In terms of innovation, BIM for smart buildings is leading the way and it is all set to change the way buildings are operated. “Imagine” you reach the car park of a building that has a number plate recognition technology installed to make sure that only employee or registered guests have access to the parking lot.
BIM is changing the entire landscape for developers and construction, architects and contractors alike and making the construction industry smart. The notion that buildings can be transformed with help of connected devices has received more than expected acceptance across the construction industry, globally. But for contractors and construction professionals, inclusion and integration of newer technology with BIM is a challenge which they need to address at the planning stage itself. BIM adoption needs heavy investments to be made across the entire supply chain, which particular becomes an area of concern especially for contractors bidding for a project under tight cost pressure. Continue reading here