• BIM4EEB Final Conference at BIMWorld Paris Project results

BIM4EEB Final Conference at BIMWorld Paris Project results

Thu, 21 April 2022

After 3,5 years, BIM4EEB partners share the main results of the project; the BIM ontologies, the BIM Management System (BIMMS) and the six BIM tools, the fast mapping toolkit, the BIMeaser, the BIMcpd, the BIMPlanner, the BIM4Occupants and AUTERAS tool.
The consortium was joined by Dimitrios Biliouris, BIM4EEB project Officer at HaDEA at the European Commission. Mr Biliouris explained the role of HaDEA in European funded projects: “We are involved in the full cycle of the project management. We are doing the evaluation of the proposal, the grant agreement preparation and project follow up, and at the end the policy feedback. We take the results of the project and we provide them as a feedback to the European Commission to see if there is a need for further funding in the same sector or different areas. So basically, for each project, depending on the result, there is the possibility of future funding in the same area.”

Dimitrios Biliouris, BIM4EEB project officer presenting HaDEA and the funding opportunities from European Commission.
Andrea Perego, Innovation Consulting Service director at One Team and BIM4EEB partner reinforced the need of funding to boost the market. “Funding is fundamental to give the possibility for companies of different sizes to have access to this kind of technology.”
Professor Bruno Daniotti, professor at the Department of Architecture, built environment and construction engineering at the Politecnico di Milano, BIM4EEB Project Coordinator, summarised the objectives of the project “Maximize efficiency in time, cost and quality and energy, accelerating the market uptake of BIM” for building renovation. He highlighted the importance of interoperability in the BIM process: “If we don’t think about open and interoperable tools we cannot go on. We cannot depend on one software.”


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