High quality of life and work combined with maximum energy efficiency require integral planning concepts. The use of digital, model-based planning processes such as Building Information Modelling (BIM) makes it possible to design the necessary coordination between architecture and building technology at a very early stage as a parallel planning process instead of sequentially as before.
With Building Information Modeling (BIM), digitization is advancing in the construction industry. An initial joint meeting of the BIM clusters Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate at VDMA has shown how all players can complement each other through networking and thus make structures more plannable, safer and more cost-effective in later operations.
Opportunities and challenges of Building Information Modeling - the VDMA BIM Practice Day of the VDMA Building Services Equipment Forum on 28 May 2018 quickly became clear: to enable processes in modeling and automation, standards are needed.
This month we are updating our privacy statement to better understand what information we collect and why. We have also taken steps to improve our features to protect your information and privacy.
There is no change to your current settings or how your data is processed. We have merely improved the explanation of our procedures and explain to you in more detail what options you have to update, manage and delete your data.
We take the protection of your personal data and their confidential treatment very seriously.
General information about the scope of processing of your personal data and about your data protection rights can be found at www.vdma.org/datenschutz.
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