Rolling out BIM and Industry 4.0 in Africa starts now.
Industry 4.0 is here and the need to understand cyber-physical systems is imperative. Digital data and technology are internationally becoming a part of the standard measures used to enhance design, build and maintain assets. Some projects are shifting from information modelling to information management and analysis, with technologies such as wireless sensors, real-time tracking software and data fusion bringing in innovative ways of operating as the construction sector embraces Industry 4.0.
But what are the latest opportunities that BIM brings to the industry? How can you make the most these? What potential does virtual planning and realization offer for the industry?
At the 5th Building Information Modeling Africa 2020 conference, subject matter experts will answer any questions and show how professional BIM projects can be strategically managed. They will discuss solutions for the complete construction value chain, bringing together the right mix of people to drill down on topics such as the digitisation of construction processes in an effort to increase the quality and efficiency of the African construction industry. There will be something for everyone as there will be showcase on how BIM addresses construction needs, the collaboration between organizations, professionals and industry stakeholders. Participants involved in planning, construction, production and operations can look forward to case studies that illustrate how digital modelling continues to improve efficiency in the construction industry. Embracing BIM has become a catalyst for change and it delivers a compelling case to the digitised sector when coupled with web-friendly computer-readable data.
Amidst other experts, the Executive Director of BIM Africa would be discussing on “The Digital Construction Assistant of the future”. The 5th Building Information Modelling Africa Conference 2020 is not to be missed.