Munich 24-25 Nov 2020
Munich 24-25 Nov 2020
BIM Virtual

24-25th November 2020

international online platform for all topics of the digitization of AEC industry

BIM World MUNICH 2020 – postponed

As a key platform for the industry, BIM World will ensure with its new digital format „BIM Virtual“ that the urgently needed exchange will continue to take place in 2020. It is now extremely important, especially for many small and medium-sized companies, that things continue, that they can implement their digital planning strategies, that they generate business contacts, that they learn and start new projects together! We will offer the exhibitors and visitors at BIM World who are all behind us and have placed their trust in us, a reliable platform for their business

Christian Stammel, Founder and Managing Director of BIM World MUNICH

Program Highlights BIM VIRTUAL

How robots will change the way we build – The Future of Making

Corona has changed the way we live, work and teach at RWTH. In the last months researchers at the Chair for Individualized Production (IP) have developed an Internet of Things (IoT) platform that allows students to remotely control robots from the comfort of their homes. This IoT platform allows us to maintain social distance while continuing close collaboration and laboratory learning. The main challenge was to stream data from international sources and varying bandwidths in order to remotely programme the movements of a KUKA KMRiiwa. The movement of the robot was then streamed to the Autodesk Forge where students could monitor progress in real time and adapt the program if necessary. The first live worldwide experiment was successfully finished with students from the IAAC in Barcelona, Spain, learning to remotely programming a robot at the IP laboratory at RWTH Aachen University.


Ralf Mosler, Leader BIM Transformation, AEC Digital Expert Group Autodesk

Sigrid Brell-Cokcan, Director of Individualized Production RWTH Aachen University


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BIM – more than just a model

Integrated planning is an important requirement for improved quality along the value chain and for keeping the time schedule and cost budget in projects – this and much more are the expectations from establishing BIM. As manufacturer of innovative fixings, façade systems and installation systems for MEP, fischer, as a competent and reliable partner in the digital transformation, also offers smart digital twins of its products for professional planning. In order to guarantee a monitored handling of all BIM processes fischer BIM Engineering provides professional project-management support; it ranges from consulting to selection of the relevant products including modeling and up to the creation of project-specific digital models, optimized according to our customer needs. Moreover, fischer links the world of fixing technology with innovative product solutions by using smart measuring systems; hence building operators and owners profit from added value during the lifetime of real estates.


Dr. Oliver Geibig, Division Head Competence Team Development & Trendscouting fischerwerke

Emil Kral, Technical Consultant fischer Austria


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LEAN Construction and BIM, how agility might boost digital transformation?!

Lean construction emphasizes both people and communication for jobsite productivity. Constraints and inefficiencies directly impact your team members, so empowering them to optimize workflows and participate in planning can reduce resource waste. But to successfully improve jobsite productivity, your team needs to stay in sync and jobsite details must be transparent. Too often, Lean implementations fail due to communication breakdowns and information silos. Digital Lean creates opportunities to solve these challenges and build trust, empowerment and responsibility amongst team members.

Panel Speakers:

Claus Nessensohn, Founder & CEO Refine Projects

Dr. Selim Tugra, Senior Project Manager fischwerke

Thomas Spiegel, Vice President Corporate Department Real Estate and Facilities Realization of Construction Robert Bosch

Ralf Mosler, Leader BIM Transformation, AEC Digital Expert Group Autodesk

Thomas Bär, CEO German Lean Construction Institute


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GS1 in Construction

The way in which we gather and manage construction product data today is inefficient. The adoption of standardised information management processes will not only streamline the relationships between supply chain stakeholders, it will also provide the means to unlock the high economic value of data.

These stakeholders currently often work with different versions of reality in their own information silos making it very difficult to share data and automate time-consuming processes. Choosing a data strategy based on commonly agreed international standards is the most efficient, if not the only way to achieve future-proof, machine-readable product information : first within the supply chain and later during the material’s and asset’s entire life-cycle.

The ongoing efforts of the DSCiBE work group (Digital Supply Chain in Built Environment) addresses this challenge and provides guidance to the industry.


Speaker: Enzo Blonk, Director Industry Engagement Technical Industries GS1

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BIM Studio

The BIM World MUNICH Video Channel

Entdecken Sie die Autodesk BIM 360 Planungsplattform – Für Ihren openBIM- oder closedBIM-Prozess
iTWO Virtual Lab
The way to plan LEAN, collaborate effectively and empower your workforce – Stefan Gaa, RefinemySite
Lunch Talk with Christine Degenhart – Bavarian Chamber of Architects

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