BIM.Technologies have recently partnered with Leeds Metropolitan University to develop a Knowledge Transfer Partnership. The partnership is with the department of computing and the BIM.Technologies team will be working to develop a number of software platforms to assist in project delivery.
The team were successful in receiving funding for the project from the governments technology strategy board for the two year project.
David Chandran has joined the BIM.Technologies team in Newcastle headquarters and will be supported by a visiting academic from Leeds Metropolitan University. Previously David had lectured at the university where he completed his PhD.
The team will focus on opportunities to integrate the data generated in the building information model into a range of tools which can be used throughout the design, construct and operate cycle.