Whitepaper: How AECO Pros Can Build Better With An IDE
The Integrated Data Environment (IDE) is the next stage in the evolution of project communications when it comes to the consumption, management, and delivery of project information across construction project stake holders, actors, phases, and common data environments (CDE) on any given project. The objective of an Integrated Data Environment is to utilize dynamic governance as a means to connect data at the inception of a project, all the way through to hand-off, while providing a centralized communications layer that facilitates improved search, auditing, and reporting. All this is made possible within a single application and common user experience – in the context of a single project, regardless of phase, actor, or where data resides.
The AECO industry has seen significant investment in Contech solutions over the few years for the purpose of driving innovation and integration of systems and sub-systems. However, while advancements have been made to help unify point solutions and phase-based CDEs, the efforts only yielded incremental progress on interoperability between CDEs and platforms.
With a forward vision of realizing a more distributed and collaborative design process leading to increased usage of industrialized construction and ultimately a digital twin that drives value for owners over the lifespan of the building, our industry must focus on improving interoperability.
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