You have to be honest: The construction sector is lagging behind. In most other fields, digitisation has long since gained ground and is firmly anchored in the day-to-day work. Companies reap the benefits of this. The construction sector is struggling. It continues to face old known problems. The reason? Generally the high level of complexity.
With our component management system, we provide a solution which networks the project partners of a building project and enables them to work more efficiently. And that’s straightforward.
Component management system - what does it have to offer?
Benefits of the component management system (BMS)
In line with our BIM solutions
Diverse areas of application
A balanced principle: BIMsystems benefits project partners
A step ahead of the times: Trends and developments on all aspects of BIM
Where change is driven, this needs to be implemented on all levels. Nevertheless, the effort will be worth it. The German legislator also agrees and by 2020 BIM will be made a prerequisite - at least for large-scale projects in transport and infrastructure.
There are six levels in the development of BIM use. While the first level is only provided for use of 2D and 3D CAD models, the sixth level is much more comprehensive. It includes a BIM model, in which a collaboration takes place and the geometric and technical product details as well as information on time, costs and sustainability are integrated. From 2022 to 2024, predominantly the third development level of BIM will be achieved. It involves the full cooperation between project partners as well as a central project model.
In Germany, the digital transformation of the construction sector is still in its infancy. However, trends, forecasts or other countries and projects indicate how this can be driven.
The following topics are on our mind
How can BIM be used more efficiently?
What challenges do general contractors, manufacturers and BIM planners face?
How is the construction sector changing due to digitisation?
How can BIMsystems support project partners in their BIM projects?