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. REVIT 2023

What’s new in Revit 2023? The Aussie BIM Guru gives a great overview of new Revit 2023 and Dynamo features.

2. NEW CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SOFTWARE

Toric – cloud-based construction analytics. This looks incredibly powerful software and will be great to test out.

3. TESLA SMART FACTORY

I couldn’t resist sharing this drone footage of the Tesla Giga factory in Berlin.

4. SOFTWARE INVESTMENT

AI-powered building design platform BeamUP emerges from stealth with $15M.https://www.beamup.ai/blog-posts/press-releasehttps://www.beamup.ai/blog-posts/press-release

Courtesy: BeamUp

5. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Information management contract launched to drive collaboration and white paper.

In the White Paper on Procurement Strategies for Incentivizing Collaborative Delivery to Optimize Whole-life Outcomes, published alongside the IIMC, the research team that drafted the contract said: “[IIMC] governs the interfaces and relationships between team members who use information management based on BIM. This model will enable team members to agree directly their mutual BIM commitments in relation to one or more projects, and to implement these commitments transparently and collaboratively in order to get the best out of information management.”

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