A round-up of BIM and digital construction stories that you might have missed in the past seven days.
Hilti tools go digital
In relaunching its range of cordless tools to work with one single battery variant, Hilti now ensures its range transmits data to the cloud.
The data collected from Hilti’s Nuron tools includes information such as tool usage, charging location and battery state-of-health. It thus ensures operators are working with batteries in optimal conditions.
ISO 19650-4 published
This document specifies the process and criteria for decision-making when executing an information exchange as specified by the ISO 19650 series to ensure the quality of the resulting project information model or asset information model.
It details the implementation of the concepts in ISO 19650-1 and is applicable to any information exchange within the delivery stages covered by ISO 19650-2 and operational trigger events covered by ISO 19650-3.
BIMplus understands that the British standard of 19650-4 will be published later this year.
Dates for your diary
The Digital Construction Summit takes place on 13-15 September. You can register for the five webinars below.
- The golden thread: best practice towards compliance on 13 September at 11.00am BST
- BIM’s future now: The information management evolution in association with Mail Manager on 13 September at 2.30pm BST
- Digital construction’s role in making Net Zero a reality in association with PlanRadar on 14 September at 11.00am BST
- Boosting productivity with tech: the law of marginal gains in association with COINS on 14 September at 2.30pm BST
- From construction to operations: NHS Scotland’s information management journey in association with Bentley Systems on 15 September at 11.00am BST
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