IDP participates in REBUILD 2024

IDP participates in REBUILD 2024

Last March 20th, the round table on “Digital Building Activities and Permits: Towards Automated Licensing and Permits Approval” was held within the framework of the REBUILD & National Congress of Advanced Architecture and Construction 4.0.

The session was led by Pablo Vicente Legazpi, of the Building Digital Twin Association of which IDP is part of. Guest speakers were Cristina Pruñonosa, responsible for the Commercial Office of the Generalitat de Catalunya; Francisco Javier Díez Trinidad, coordinator of the infrastructure sector of Tekniker and Sergio Velásquez Correa, responsible for R+D+i projects in IDP Engineering, Environment and Architecture.

During the session, the slowness in the authorization processes in Public Administrations and the possible solutions that digital technology can provide were discussed.

Cristina Pruñonosa highlighted the fact that in Catalonia there is a single window for less complex administrative activities and the Autonomous Government considers that BIM technology is the best solution to facilitate the permits and authorizations of projects involving construction, as it involves multiple agents dynamizing the exchange of information between them.

For his part, Francisco J. Díez, spoke about DATA Spaces and their capabilities for the management of information that must be shared, exchanged and managed in an agile and intelligent way and that will undoubtedly provide a framework of security and confidentiality according to the needs of the Administration. Structured data in BIM models, GIS information, measurements and controls are all integral, not only in BIM, but rather that BIM technology should serve as a linking model within the data space and can be used to oversee data governance.

Finally, Sergio Velasquez, highlighted how integration with Digital Twin (DT) platforms can serve as a platform to centralize data models, visualize them, access them, and link actions that can update them, improving the ability to make decisions and facilitate processes in which authorizations and permissions flow more efficiently without the need for management to be experts in BIM or data engineering.

Francisco Javier Díez, Pablo Vicente and Sergio Velásquez contributed their vision from the experience acquired in the European project Digichecks in which they participate with their respective companies.