Munich 24-25 Nov 2020
Munich 24-25 Nov 2020

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Digital transformation of the Construction, Real Estate and Urban Planning Industries

5th BIM World MUNICH with hybrid event concept on 24 – 25 November in Munich

The 5th BIM World MUNICH, the leading networking platform in the German-speaking countries for national and international players in digitization in the construction, real estate and infrastructure sectors, will take place on 24th and 25th November 2020 at the ICM – International Congress Center Munich.
With more than 20,000 m² of event space, 200 exhibitors and over 200 speakers on 6 stages, BIM World MUNICH will impressively confirm its leading position in all aspects of digitisation in the year 2020. The expansion of the space concept ensures that the necessary clearance rules and hygiene measures are in place to protect those involved. The combination of event and online formats will ensure both the international reach and online availability of exhibitor and conference topics beyond BIM World.


The BIM World Congress serves every maturity level of its audience and highlights the most outstanding applications and experiences.

In order to maximize the benefits of taking part in the Congress, business people can now better define their preferences: markets, favored applications and lessons learned, their level of “digital maturity” (expert, intermediate, beginner), and the technologies they are seeking.

The Congress will be marked by different formats of contents better suited to the various types of expectations:

  • Strategic visions, to be able to see the major trends,
  • Broad-ranging discussions, for a better grasp of the “business” challenges,
  • Workshops to share best practices through lessons learned,
  • Innovation sessions, to better select the solutions and services to be adopted.

as well as 4 major topics to better explore the problems specific to each sector.

Key Themes


High quality data capturing is the core for BIM. All further decisions within the BIM processes are made based on this. Therefore, the data capturing must be efficient and highly automated. Modern portable laser scanning systems support the planning process, efficient methods around building documentation escort the construction phase, and IoT technology supports predictive building maintenance workflows. Attendees of BIM World will get insights into the latest technologies around data capturing methods.


BIM is the digital collaboration during planning, implementation, and the maintenance of construction projects. The stakeholders of the BIM process work together based on integrative models and therefore are able to immediately recognize and spot symbiosis or collisions, as well as to simulate different variations for the optimization of the processes. Likewise, the cost benefits can be raised for the implementation of the project. Market leading software producers and providers will show their BIM solutions at BIM World MUNICH.


Breakthrough solutions are continuously entering the market and the development of various technologies for visualization is fast-paced. E.g. Virtual Reality glasses coupled with smartphones, tablets are becoming more and more part of our daily life. Also, the construction industry is testing professional augmented reality technologies in all kinds of application scenarios, in connection with devices and machines. Attendees of BIM World MUNICH will literally get an insight in the future of construction.

Best Practice

Best Practice examples are one of the most important backbones for the BIM World conference program. Through national and international Best Practice implementations of BIM projects, visitors will get a precise orientation on how BIM can be realized, target-aimed and efficient in practice. Critical voices will also be part of this topic. Through the direct dialog with experts in several discourses, an exchange of experiences will be possible at BIM World MUNICH.

Our Team

Meet the team behind the scenes and get in touch with us if you have any questions or requests.
Christian Stammel
Dilek Tekin
Project Director
Eser Uslu
Project Manager - Innovation & Start-Ups
Elvan Öztürk
Project Manager - Exhibition & Communication
Nick Malter
Project Assistant


ICM International Congress Center Munich


Traffic signs in the outskirt of town and throughout the entire city indicate the way to Messe München and to ICM – International Congress Center München

Depending on which navigation system you use, you’ll find Messe München along with ICM – International Congress Center München in the category “event centers” or “exhibition grounds”, or under the keyword “trade fair”.

Some navigation systems allow you to select between the center’s East, West, and North entrances. For the BIM World MUNICH you can select Entrance West.

The trade-fair grounds are located directly next to the freeway A94. Reach it by taking either the exit Feldkirchen-West (Exit Nr. 6) or München-Riem (Exit Nr. 5).

On the trade-fair grounds, a dynamic traffic control system regulates the flow of traffic. It directs you the free and closest parking spaces.

Addresses for your navigation system:

  • West Entrance
    Am Messesee
    81829 München
  • Parking deck West
    Paul-Henri-Spaak-Str. 6
    81829 München

GPS coordinates:
Messe München / ICM
Longitude: 11.610602
Latitude: 48.198273

Directly below the central area of the Munich Airport, you’ll find the suburban train (SBahn) lines S1 and S8. Every 10 minutes a train departs for the city center. Depending on the route you choose, the ride takes between 45 and 60 minutes.

Tickets for the Munich transportation system can be purchased and paid for by credit card on arrival at Munich airport at:

  • the German Railway ticket Counter (DB) in the “Munich Airport Center” Level 03, Monday – Sunday, 07:30 am – 10:00 pm
  • the German Railway (DB) ticket machines in the “Munich Airport Center” Level 03, around the clock

Public transportation routes to and from the Messe München/ICM – International Congress Center München

Route with the S8, U5 and U2:

  • Take the S8 from the airport to the stop Ostbahnhof
  • Transfer to the U5 direction Neuperlach Süd and ride one station to the stop Innsbrucker Ring
  • From the same platform, transfer to the U2 direction Messestadt Ost and ride it to the exhibition grounds
  • Stops Messestadt West or Messestadt Ost

Transfers: two
Travel time: approx. 46 minutes

Route with the S8 and U2:

  • Take the S8 from the airport to the stop Hauptbahnhof (Central Station)
  • Transfer to the U2 direction Messestadt Ost and ride it to the exhibition grounds
  • Stops Messestadt West or Messestadt Ost

Transfers: one
Travel time: approx. 60 minutes

Route with the S1 and U2:

  • Take the S1 from the airport to either the stop Hauptbahnhof (Central Station) or Feldmoching
  • Transfer to the U2 direction Messestadt Ost and travel to the exhibition grounds
  • Stops Messestadt West or Messestadt Ost

Transfers: one
Travel time: approx. 60 minutes