Building Information model (BIM)

Building Information Model is an Artificial intelligence based process that offers professionals in planning, designing, and managing buildings and infrastructure. BIM allows better use of resources, workflows and leads to productivity and profitability. Whether it is project management, land surveying, road design, structure design or construction- BIM’s role has almost become indispensable for beyond the ordinary results. Using it, owners can improve building quality, reduce building lifecycle costs, better understand design projects from beginning to end and increase occupancy.

Key Features

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Architecture

 
Airpix face identification

Sustainbility

 
Airpix face verification

Structures

 
Airpix age detection

Mechanical Electrical Plumbing (MEP)

 
Airpix gender detection

Construction Management

 
Airpix multi-face tracking

Utilities

 
Airpix face feature detection

Road Construction

 
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Scheduling

 
Airpix diversity detection

Property Management

 

Input Of Building Information Model

3D BIM:
Layout Drawings (PDF / CAD), Measurements, Basic CAD Plan, Elevations & Area, Builders work drawings etc.
BIM Coordination Modeling:
3D Model, Design drawings/PDF, Construction Drawings and Builders work
Scan to BIM Modeling:
Laser scans or survey drawings in 2D
4D/5D BIM:
3D BIM Model with minimum 300 LOD, Model Illustrations, Working Illustration

Output Of Building Information Model

3D BIM:
3D BIM LOD 100 model, LOD 200 model, LOD 300, LOD 350, LOD 400, LOD 500 as specified
BIM Coordination Modeling:
Coordinated BIM Models (Architecture, Structure, MEP), Arrangement of MEPs / Shop Drawings, Production drawings
Scan to BIM Modeling:
3D BIM Model, 2D Drawings as required
4D/5D BIM:
4D BIM Model with Spatial alignment and simulation videos for Sequencing

Embracing BIM

Reason To use Building Information Model:

Airpix provides a way to use BIM concurrently on most aspects of building life cycle process and is used to monitor the productivity of a construction process. BIM try out solutions in advance before building the structure on site: with a constructible model, the structure can be prototyped virtually. Professionals can understand and review the design more easily, which helps guarantee its accuracy and completeness, and visualize and evaluate alternatives in terms of cost and other project parameters.
The software will be used to foresee problems and coordination between different contractors and as a way to generate construction documents and processes that will later be implemented during the physical process.

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