In the future, construction projects will use more and more digital networks in various areas reaching from planning, construction to facility management. The project managers will be able to optimize the deployment of resources alongside the value chain by real-time information they collect and process to reduce life cycle costs in the end. Studies show that there is still enormous potential to increase productivity by using digital tools in all stages of a construction process.
Applying new technologies also demands other needs for cooperation. In our Sharing Economy, this potential is only ready to be realized if knowledge is shared between the groups involved in construction - builders, planners, contractors and operators. The cross-trade, cooperative collaboration on the digital twin makes it possible to take cost-cutting action on each individual process.
The entire construction process faces new challenges in digital construction. The part-time study course "MSc BIM - Building Information Modeling" provides you with up-to-date and hands-on knowledge in the fields of construction processes, IT and communication.
The "MSc BIM - Building Information Modeling" is designed for all those involved in construction projects who work together to develop the digital twin. Especially people interested in future technologies are encouraged to learn and develop this innovative method for construction projects and to shape actively the necessary change processes:
- Builders, building owners
- Architects, property developers
- Specialist planners, site managers
- Facility managers, IT specialists