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An online simulator and ordering application for the design, construction and maintenance of smart buildings

September 2020
Gallery BIMPRICE 1
Gallery BIMPRICE 1


SMART BUILDING uses automated processes to control and optimize the building's operations including heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting, security and other systems - enabling the owner to reduce the building's carbon footprint.

Smart Buildings represent a key pillar in the future development of the Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Facility Management industries. Building Information Model (BIM) allows to design, build and maintain a new Smart Building or turn an existing 'normal' building into a 'smart' one. This model is used as the visual and data-rich platform enabling the dynamic control and management of the building. A crucial pain point to overcome when starting the Smart Building journey is to simulate the cost and delivery time to produce the BIM and then get it easily, smoothly and at an affordable price. BIMPRICE is an online simulator and ordering application enabling anyone to instantly quote the Building Information Model, order it online and have it digitally delivered within days for small projects to a couple of weeks for large ones to one's mailbox.

Label Date September 23, 2020
From France
Maturity stage Medium and large scale commercialization
Looking For Visibility, Partnership opportunities

The environmental benefits

  • Delivery time of 2 minutes for small projects
  • 2 millions m² of buildings and infrastructures quoted per month
  • Enables 20% reduction of buildings' CO2 emissions
  • Removes the paper and ink from the building design and construction process

The Financial benefits

  • 40% savings in building and infrastructure operations and maintenance phase
  • 20% cheaper than the usual 2D drawings process

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