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Read our latest articles on innovation management and innovation in a wide range of industries.

Posted by: Angela HENGSBERGER

What is Building Information Modeling (BIM) and what changes does it entail?

  Digitization is changing the way buildings are planned, built, used and managed. Building Information Modeling allows to increase quality and transparency as well as cost and schedule security of construction projects. A brief overview shows exactly what BIM is and what changes it entails.   What is BIM? Building Information Modeling, BIM for short, describes a method for the optimized...

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Posted by: Franz Emprechtinger

Bau 2019: These 4 trends move the construction industry

  Bau 2019, the world's leading trade fair for architecture, materials and systems, will take place in Munich from 14 to 19 January 2019. More than 2,000 exhibitors from 40 countries will be presenting their innovations on an exhibition area of around 200,000 m2. In this blog post, you can read about the challenges facing the rapidly growing sector and the trends that Bau 2019 is address...

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Posted by: Angela HENGSBERGER

Why the construction industry can no longer rely on sand

  There is little that there is as much as the proverbial sand by the sea. In the meantime it has become so scarce that it is mined under life-threatening circumstances and traded illegally. In this blog post you can read why the construction industry has to find alternatives to this raw material as quickly as possible. In ancient times, attempts were made to make infinity tangible by th...

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Posted by: Daniel ZAPFL

5 innovative building materials of the future

  Innovative building materials can make a major contribution to resource efficiency. In the following we will show you some selected examples from research and construction practice that hold high future potential.   Innovative base plates with 70 percent weight reduction Researchers in the Department of Architecture at ETH Zurich have developed concrete floor elements that do not requi...

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