With building information modelling (BIM) on the rise in Queensland and the state government releasing a new implementation policy, Roads & infrastructure Magazine finds out what this means for the local sector.
A new academic forum aims to establish standards for BIM-related curricula for Australian universities in a bid to bridge the gap between graduate BIM education and evolving industry requirements.
Roads & Infrastructure Magazine sat down with Bentley Systems’ Dan Vogen to talk about how new digital engineering processes and the increasing role of data is influencing the operation of linear infrastructure assets.
The state’s new building information modelling implementation (BIM) policy means that the use of BIM will now be required on all new government construction projects with an estimated capital cost of $50 million or more by 2023.
Bentley Systems’ 2018 Year in Infrastructure conference in London this October was a hive of activity, with major product announcements, developments within the digital engineering sector and awards shaping the event.
Announced at the company’s Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference, the acquisition augments Bentley Systems’ modelling environment with digital workflows to explore different pedestrian traffic scenarios within public spaces, such as train stations.