This Media notice by BSI was issued earlier this week about the transition from the 1192 suite to ISO 19650….. 7 June 2018 BIM standards update from BSI Transition from PAS 1192 series of standards to international standards Later this year will see the first two international standards published for Building Information Modelling (BIM) BS EN […]Read more "Just in case you missed it….ISO 19650"
“Developing the next generation of construction professionals!” A varied team of people from across the industry have come together as a collaborative consortium – Team Prometheus – to support a school in Essex with delivery of the DesignEngineerConstruct! curriculum developed by construction education specialists Class Of Your Own. Our support will include assisting teachers with […]Read more "The Deanes Academy – Class Of Your Own"
Last year we launched the UK BIM Alliance at Digital Construction Week 2016. A few weeks ago we returned to Digital Construction Week 2017 to update on progress and show what we’ve been up to…..read on…… Walking into the Excel hall you could immediately tell this was different.It was only 9.30, and already there was […]Read more "UK BIM Alliance – One year on!"
You may not feel it, but our lives have changed. You experience it everyday. Walking down the street you bump into people because they’re peering down into their phone or tablet. On the train (if you can get one!) most are again engaged in another world, games, email, video, and web. It’s all happening out […]Read more "UKBIM Alliance – and about time too!"
I’m amazed I’m even writing this….how times have changed! I attended the International BIM Symposium at Cardiff University yesterday. I was speaking about the formation of the UK BIM Alliance ( -More on this to follow shortly – press release imminent! :o)) Anyway we had the usual stuff , the impressive 3Ds, animations, clash detection, […]Read more "Excited by the data…."
The saga of the Hatton Garden burglary is topical, but somehow it struck me as a metaphor for change. The judge in the case described the gang as “old school villains”. The BBC website on one post says that the burglary was “doomed to fail.” Why? They were undone by digital technology! Automatic Number Plate […]Read more "Analogue villains in a digital world…"