Unleashing the power of Building Information Modelling in Sustainable Construction
In the ever-evolving landscape of construction, a paradigm has emerged, transforming the way we conceive, design, and deconstruct buildings. At the forefront of this transformative wave stands Building Information Modelling (BIM), a process of developing building-related information in a collaborative manner across the project development, construction and Facility Management value chains while tackling the broader digitalisation of those processes across life cycles of built assets.
Over the last few decades, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) has been leading the way in using BIM in Luxembourg through its applied activities, its outreach activities and its research and development projects designed to shape the future applications of BIM in line with the major transformations taking place in the sector.
In the strategy of ECTP, to which LIST is actively contributing, research is also planned into the use of BIM in conjunction with artificial intelligence and digital twins. Most BIM-related innovations are foreseen to be tangibly used or transferred to the market by 2030 in the ECTP Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda.
Access more information on LIST achievements in the article published on their website.