BIM4EEB Final Conference at BIM WORD Paris April 5th

Tue, 15 March 2022
Register in the form HERE and get free tickets for BIMWorld in Paris and the BIM4EEB final conference.

BIM4EEB partners are happy to present the BIM toolkit for efficient renovation developed during 4 years of this EU-funded research and innovation project. 
At the one hour and a half conference, you will learn about the BIM Management System (BIMMS), a platform for easy exchange and use of information gathered from different sources throughout the building’s life cycle, and the six tools integrated into it as follows. 
Fast mapping toolkit encompasses a mix reality goggles and sensor stick developed to scan to BIM existing buildings and elements such as plasterboard studs.
BIMeaser stands for a BIMEarly Stage Energy Scenario tool. The tool is designed to support the decision-making process in the early design stage of the renovation process. The tool allows the assessment of several energy refurbishment design options to provide solutions that best fit to the client requirements while optimising the energy use and the indoor comfort for the occupants.
BIMcpd stands for BIM Constraint Checking, Performance Analysis and Data Management. The tool is a user-friendly intuitive software suite designed to reduce processing time for constraint checking, increase building energy performance knowledge, standardise building energy data and help users to make informed and better decisions.
BIMPlanner provides a digital environment to share up-to-date information about the plans and site progress operations with all participants of a renovation project. Applying the Location-based management system (LBMS), the tool links data from familiar planning and tracking desktop tools with BIM models to allow more effective management of renovation site operations.
BIM4 Occupants application enables continuous monitoring of ambient and energy conditions in real time as well as access to historical information. The users are able to get a quick overview of current contextual conditions while also receive insights about the overall performance in the past. On the other hand, the users of the tool are triggered to interact with the application and provide feedback about the environmental conditions in premises; information that is further utilised for the extraction of the typical behavioural profiles of the users under different contextual conditions. 
AUTERAS supports building services designers to design Room Automation Systems (as part of Building Automation Control Systems-BACS) with a semi-automated process of a functional requirement survey and the generation of function block-based designs, which use standardised symbols to ensure a high comprehension from professionals in different trades. 


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