Tomorrow’s buildings will be connected buildings: entire houses will be remotely controlled using smartphones. The major players in the digital world, such as Apple and Google, are coming up with increasingly advanced home automation innovations that will make our daily lives easier. Between offering control over energy consumption, integrating systems for improved security and comfort, and offering new services, what are the areas of focus for connected buildings?
The cement industry aims to reduce greenhouse gases by 80% by the year 2050
Laure Abdul, PhD in Materials Engineering, presents the concept of soil cement.
Innovations on construction sites
Tuesday February 12th, 2019
5 innovative uses for BIM. Episode 4: Églantines – a 100% BIM district!
Sharing information so that all players on the project have a single vision of the construction. Welcome to the BIM age! See the innovative use we make of BIM on one of our sites. Today, we are in Églantines, in Morges (Switzerland), by Losinger Marazzi.
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