The digital transformation is evident, since it is in all areas, in all parts. Therefore, BIM (Building Information Modeling) and the Big Data tool are essential to optimize construction standards, as the real estate sector is one of the least digitized sectors and still has a long way to go.
The processes that will transform the construction sector: BIM and Big Data
The BIM model is essential to work in virtual and perform simulations and accompanied by the Big Data tool will allow companies to be fully aware of all the resources that are used and will grant them the ability to respond appropriately in any situation.
Both with this model and with this tool, the criteria on all those involved in construction will be unified because the BIM is not a change, but involves applying technologies and processes, although for this a standardization would really be needed.
The BIM and unified Big Data are intended to provide answers and raise awareness about new professional roles in the face of corporate demand because:
- It offers real-time knowledge of the use, management of consumption and energy.
- Empower the user through the interaction with systems.
- It adds real estate portfolio or city-scale information.
- Improve designs with learning about the property.
- Predicts the behavior, situations of risk or alarm of the property and users.
- It monitors actions through an integrated platform through an electronic link and traceability of the different agents.
- Simulation, proposal and evaluation of operation or maintenance actions
- Provides technical resources for information dump and data collection with reliability.
- Plasmation in a quantified format for segmentation of information and administrative treatment.
- Improvement of actions on real estate, facilities and cities
- It even automates processes with property managers, administration and user relations.
- The BIM model and the Big Data tool integrate the most complex systems such as Smart City, mobility and information.
- Improves adaptation to newer systems and increases comfort, quality, accessibility and sustainability, prioritizing actions.
- Improves energy efficiency with lower consumption and emissions ratios; and with lower operating costs.
- There is a greater value of disinvestment.
- Improves response time and reaction