The use of BIM by all the players, the implementation of the connected construction site, the piloting of works, infrastructures and urban services thanks to data, imposes a renewal of information systems and digital infrastructures.

These new digital infrastructures will have to support an exponential flow of data at the same time as connectivity becomes more widespread and 5G is introduced.

Their central place in the life of buildings and smart cities requires them to be resilient, secure and accessible at all times.

Finally, digital technology already accounts for 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions, 28% of which is due to network infrastructures and 25% to data centers, and is expected to double by 2025.

Indoor and outdoor connectivity solutions, storage infrastructures implemented by local authorities and their partners, and service and data platforms are therefore set to be rapidly renewed.

Smart Data by BIM World develops these new challenges and presents the solutions being implemented.