Digital transformation at the heart of companies & territories competitiveness

Long time ago, the advent of electricity transformed our production tools and ways of life.

The “collective experience” of lockdown has once again demonstrated the importance of digital channels to connect people and ensure the effective functioning of companies, cities and society in general.

In the context of a tighter market that will nonetheless be called upon to play a major role in the “National Low-Carbon Strategy”, the digital transition of the construction, real estate and urban development sectors must be accelerated.

Discuss, collaborate, share, model, design, measure, forecast, administrate, sell, pilot equipment and processes… BIM World aims to demonstrate the variety of uses and benefits of digital technology across all business areas which are key to meet challenges ahead.

BIM World is structured to provide better support for the market

In 2021, BIM World will take place with the one new event : Low-Carbon World – Solutions to live in a sustainable world.

The two events cover a broad spectrum of projects and innovations at the center of the digital and environmental transition that will radically transform the real-estate market, infrastructures and urban development.

BIM World

  • Construction 4.0
  • Building as a Service
  • Smart Data

Low-Carbon World

  • Materials and Environmental Performance
  • Energy and Operational Performance
  • Smart Territories and Applications

Three Sectors at BIM World 2021

To highlight solutions, innovations, projects and players at work in the different markets, BIM World has been organized in three complementary sectors.

Construction 4.0

  • Design better-performing buildings and structures with digital technology
  • Modeling, design and BIM objects
  • Design and geospatial integration of infrastructures
  • Supply chain, traceability and the industrialization of construction
  • Worksite 4.0 and connected infrastructures

Building as a Service

  • Adding value to projects and developing new uses
  • Smart Building and connected objects
  • Services approaches and Buildings as a Service
  • Urban integration of buildings and infrastructures
  • Digital twins for buildings, structures and territories

Smart Data

  • Digital infrastructures and service platforms
  • Service platforms for trades, companies and communities
  • New digital infrastructures for connectivity, security and storage
  • Data processing and valuation: AI, business intelligence, economic models