Architecture, Engineering & Construction

Architecture, Building Owners, Operations & Management, Construction, Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing, Structural Engineering.

Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC)

The architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry consists of separate players who work together to bring a project to fruition. By integrating these seemingly separate entities into a single industry, architects, engineers and contractors can work more efficiently to achieve a common goal. The AEC industry has several practical applications that facilitate the technology, outsourcing and exchange of information within the industry. To bring standardisation to the three different industry sectors a unified digital process was needed this became defined as Building Information Modeling.

The definition from the National BIM Standard says Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing from earliest conception to demolition.

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BIM enables a single virtual information model to be generated and handed by the design team (architects, surveyors, civil, structural, MEP and services engineers) to the contractors and subcontractors and then on to the owner and facility operator. Each separate profession adds its unique discipline specific data to the single shared model. This facilitates collaboration between the varying teams working on the project and manages the impact of change on all dependent products and collaborators.

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Events & Webinars

Webinar - 3 ways to do VDI in the AEC and Manufacturing Industries

Join IMSCAD to better understand the best ways to deliver robust remote working solutions to all of your users, whatever the application. Whether Public or Private Cloud or On Premise VDI, we will explain both the benefits and potential pitfalls of each of them.

On the webinar IMSCAD CEO Adam Jull will be joined by

Scott Baker, Automation & Licensing Engineer at Autodesk to discuss, amongst other things, Autodesk’s position on VDI in the cloud.

Shane Danley - Director of Design Technology at Parkhill, a multi-disciplined engineering firm based in Texas to discuss how their successful VDI solution has helped them through the pandemic and how it will continue to deliver, supporting over 400 engineers working from home and remotely.

Date:13 May, 2021

Time:05:00 PM - 06:00 PM CET

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