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BIM Around the World 2016
Transcript of BIM Around the World 2016
Adoption by Contractors (74%) recently exceed the architects (70%).
Before 2011 The UK construction industry has less enthusiasm for BIM
+ The adoption of BIM in FINLAND is further advanced than anywhere else in the world.
+ In Norway nowadays it’s even being taught in school.
+ the software market is dominated by home-grown products.
+ the construction industry is more fragmented, and this may make widespread adoption of BIM more difficult.
Indian companies in the main are approaching BIM with a view to providing modelling services to overseas companies.
There are lots of BIM Forums and Student Competitions every year.
+ BIM is starting to take off, but governments and industry associations are being urged to help speed up the process.
+ The target of all BIM companies
+ McGraw-Hill report reflects BIM’s rapid development in the country by featuring local case studies, although it's a young market today.
+ There´s no argument about whether it´s worth it. BIM is already working.
Phil Bernstein, Autodesk
The biggest impediment to widespread BIM adoption is the price of the application.
Mismatch between German, British and US standards adopted by many different construction companies.
Qatar Rail has already appointed Germany´s Hotchief ViCon as its adviser.
+ Brazil doesn´t have the same massive growth as in Qatar, BUT BIM is moving very fast.
Mohamad Kassem, Teesside University
Today Brazil has a reptutation as an academic BIM center, its universities are the THIRD behind US and Sweden on publishing BIM focused papers.