Top 5 Data Driven Design news this week.

Welcome to the Association of Data-Driven Design roundup. We aim to share a summary of current information and news on Data-Driven Design practices within the construction industry. Please get in touch if you have any ideas, suggestions or have something to share.

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1. Information Management Standards

Dan Rossiter shared this about future standards to be issued this year;

Want to know which #BIM and #InformationManagement @BSI_UK #Standards will be published this year as well as how they relate to the #TIPRoadmap and #ConstructionPlaybook?

Courtesy: BSI

2. Decarbonomics

Decarbonomics is a new service from SNC-Lavalin group members providing a data-driven approach to removing carbon from the built environment. The building sector has a pivotal role to play in creating the Net Zero communities of the future.

Courtesy: SNC-Lavalin

3. AI Exhibition

Try out this interactive exhibition of AI in architecture. A Tour of AI in Architecture – A Virtual Tour at the Arsenal Pavilion.

https://towardsdatascience.com/a-tour-of-ai-in-architecture-ef8a6bf33fa8

Courtesy: Towards Data Science

4. New Application

New application from Stanislav Chaillou and description of their aims – Tooling the Ordinary, a Manifesto for Rayon.

Courtesy: Rayon

5. Twinmotion update

Twinmotion releases a new version of it’s software. Twinmotion updates with a host of new features that make it even easier to create and share stunning visualizations and immersive experiences for architecture, construction, urban planning, and landscape design.

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