The phenomenon of industry 4.0. and the changes that have affected the technological and productive sector are currently at the center of the economic-political, social and cultural debate in Italy and in the rest of Europe. We are witnessing a revolutionary change without comparisons, where each country through a specific action plan, is trying to adapt to the changes taking place, acquiring new qualifications in the digital and technological fields. European countries, now more than ever, need to allow the dissemination and use of ICT technologies, developing guidelines and procedures for interoperability between systems and overcoming the limits of data and information fragmentation.
More and more often today we hear about worksharing and a shared working environment, especially when referring to particularly complex works that require integrated planning and a high level of detail. But the question that arises, now more often, when it comes to the BIM environment is: what does it mean in practice worksharing?
The control of information content is an essential step to make the BIM process valid and effective. The possibility to manage all the information of a work in an integrated way, during its entire life cycle, can only take place through a key moment, of validation and formal verification, called Model Checking.
After the positive closing of the first edition of the Digital&BIM Italy, the first national event aimed at tackling the issues related to the digitization of the construction sector, this year the second meeting will start again at the SAIE of Bologna on 17-19 October.
When it comes to BIM components, the first question that arises is how to be able to find in the great confusion of the web the right platforms to download and share reliable and quality elements.