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Geonovum is a company funded by the government of Netherlands to work on the accessibility and integration of geo-information in public sector through standards development. The company also act as the linking-pin between policy and implementation of national geo-data infrastructures in the country.
BIM Academy.es has grown in a double rate during three years in a line due the increasing interest of the Building Sector in approaching the change of paradigm that Building Digitalisation is provoking. In 2016 has taught 4000+, has created 67+ specific learning programmes during 660+ hours for 18+ institutions and professional bodies. BIM Academy.es is one of the three organisers of European BIM Summit, and collaborations with EBC-European Builders Confederation in Brussels, Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona, Institut Cartogràfic i Geològic de Catalunya, buildingSMART in Madrid, etc. converted BIM Academy.es in the reference in Spain and Europe as a Training, Assessment, Consulting and Organiser of high level and specific meetings. Its programs are certified by ACP-Professional Certification Agency and different institutions.
BIM Loket (The Dutch BIM Gateway) is the knowledge platform and the contact point for open BIM standards in the Netherlands. In BIM Loket, the many separate open BIM standard organisations work together. They are doing this because they strongly believe that open BIM standards are of vital importance of the wholesale implementation of BIM in the Dutch Building Sector. BIM Loket is making sure that open BIM standards are integrated into this widespread implementation, on both a national and international level.
The Dutch Building Information Council consist of representatives of Public clients, Contractors, HVAC, Engineers, Architects and Product Manufacturers. The long time goal of the Dutch Building Information Council is the strengthening of the quality, continuity and the (international) competitiveness of the Dutch Building Industry. A joined effort of the different sectors of the Building Industry on introduction of BIM will serve as a flywheel for improvement of the Building sector. BIM will lead to better quality, more efficiency, cheaper, faster and more sustainability. Thus it will lead that working in the Building Industry will be more fun and to a more aware use of resources and the delivery of bigger social added value.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is an international industry consortium of 426 companies, government agencies and universities participating in a consensus process to develop publicly available interface standards. OGC® Standards support interoperable solutions that "geo-enable" the Web, wireless and location-based services and mainstream IT. The standards empower technology developers to make complex spatial information and services accessible and useful with all kinds of applications.
The Spatial Information Laboratory (SPINlab) is the centre for research and education in Geo-Information Science at VU University Amsterdam. The mission of the SPINLab is to develop an internationally recognised research and education portfolio in the areas of Geo-Information Science and Technology. The lab is part of the department of Spatial Economics and is chaired by Prof.dr. Henk J. Scholten. The SPINlab is part of the Department of Spatial Economics, a world renowned institute in the domains of Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics. The SPINlab applies a wide range of innovative spatial analysis methods and techniques to societally relevant issues such as spatial planning; cultural heritage management; adaptation and mitigation to climate change; emergency and risk management; and location valuation. In our research we aim to transform spatial data into information that helps decision makers in preparing, developing and evaluating alternatives. The lab is active in research projects in relation to: participatory planning; environmental impact assessment; multi-criteria evaluation and optimization; and the development and application of geo-ict tools for spatial planning.
Geodan is one of the largest European companies specialised in Geospatial Information Technology, offering over 30 years of experience in location intelligence, aiming to address the challenges mankind has to face. People from different disciplines join their forces to optimize business as well as governmental processes. They develop smart ways to access, select, analyze and provide spatial data. Geodan products originate from combing the latest technologic developments with the latest scientific insights. Think about smart spatial planning, decision support solutions, optimizing logistics, GeoBIM, and incident & crisis management. Smart use of geospatial analytics results in risk reduction and cost savings.
BIMCommunity is the first global social network where all the participants involved in the lifecycle of a construction project can get informed, connect with professionals and companies from all over the world and grow in a BIM environment. With an enduring commitment to a sustainable building processes, BIMCommunity wants to encourage the AEC industry with the huge challenges yet to come. We strongly believe that collaboration will bring us to a better future, where all the cities are more efficient and sustainable, and BIM is the way to do it.
BIM Today is a digital publication exploring the latest thinking and real-world case studies from the fast-moving world of digital construction. Expert contributors from every part of the BIM community discuss the software behind 3D building modelling, as well as how to ensure successful collaboration across multiple disciplines and ultimately deliver better, more efficient buildings throughout the design, construction and operation phases. BIM Today also examines many emerging and disruptive technologies that are accelerating the digital transformation of the construction industry. From blockchain and 3D printing to drones and augmented reality, BIM Today keeps you up-to-date with this ever-evolving sector.
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Planning & Building Control Today is a quarterly digital publication offering topical news, features and analysis on all aspects of planning, development and building control.
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