Building Information Modelling (BIM) is one such advancement in the AEC sector. It is the foundation of digital transformation and is supported by various tools, technologies, and digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places. In simple words, BIM helps us model projects on a 1:1 scale as computer files and helps us understand the various aspects of an asset, in its various stages of design development. Starting with concept design right through construction, along with operations and maintenance. It assists in the integration of organized, multi-disciplinary data in order to create a virtual version of an object throughout its life cycle. Through collaboration and analytical tools, these modern techniques assist judgment on a regular basis. Thereby, including key sights to the asset before, during and after the AEC Process.
As the BIM Industry continues to grow and it will eventually be crucial to the ways and working of the AEC Sector. We are at the brink of exploring many more avenues, as we move forward to an advanced future, it is these types of technologies, that can help us built more responsive building, projects, and cities across the globe. It also helps provide an insight into the complete aspect of what the project can do for the users and the community.