BIM, DIGITAL AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE ITALIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
The international conference “BIM, DIGITAL and EVOLUTION OF CONSTRUCTION IN ITALY” is organized under the supervision of an International Scientific Committee. Each session is divided into a first seminar section, with Italian and international Top Speakers, and a second section consisting of a roundtable discussion organized by a media partner and aimed at promoting dialogue between some of the conference sponsor companies.
The International Conference will focus on the key issues relating to Digital Transformation and ways of gradually achieving this goal.
The aspects addressed include the central role of the Life Cycle (Operations & Maintenance) in new (and renovated or preserved) real estate and infrastructure products, the repercussions that digitalisation has had on European construction markets, and the closely related issue of the driving role that must be played by Public and Private Demand (including real estate development).
The conference is structured into five sessions, two of which run in parallel:
Session I - IMPLEMENTATION OF BIM IN EUROPE. THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT INDUSTRY AND THE DIGITAL CHALLENGE
Is BIM really the emblem of digitalization in the sector? What is happening in different EU countries? Are there more similarities or differences?
Session II - DIGITALISATION IN CONSTRUCTION AND IN MANAGING OUR HERITAGE
To what extent can digitalization increase the efficiency of construction processes and the effectiveness of property and instrumental asset management?
Session III (in parallel with Session IV) - THE STATE OF DIGITALISATION RESEARCH AND REGULATION IN ITALY
In what way can normalisation of the procedures and processes help operators? In what way and with what timeframes can the most advanced research results be transferred to the market?
Session IV – BIM AND ENERGY MODELLING. FROM DESIGN, TO CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT OF HVAC&R SYSTEMS – By AICARR
In what way can active and passive energy design be fully integrated into digital processes and vice versa?
Session V – Closing session - BIM AS A DRIVER OF PUBLIC DEMAND
The biggest challenge involves introducing a digital culture amongst operators. Is public project contracting really likely to be the game changer?
Participants will receive formative credits.
Below is the detailed work schedule.