Kreo joins BIM Show Live to change the industry's perception of BIM
Kreo plans to demonstrate a new way for the industry to get to grips with BIM.
The problem of poor project outcomes stems, according to Kreo, from the pre-construction planning phase. Companies will go ahead with plans that have been created by multiple business partners who have not even spoken with one another. They do not share information freely and often base estimates on assumptions or previous experience, rather than digging into any detail.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a way of making construction plans more accurate by making everything digital, visually clear and detailed. However, many companies still don't use BIM and most ignore its true potential of getting plans right from the start. Usually with the excuse: it's easier to stick to what you know.
Promoting the use of BIM
Rather than stand by and watch companies fail, Kreo's founder, Magomed Galaev, worked on a solution for companies to get value from BIM. He ran a survey (https://www.kreo.net/
To solve this problem, Galaev hired a team of mathematicians, engineers and developers in Minsk, Belarus. There, they trained machine learning to solve a multitude of problems, such as BIM classification, quantity takeoff, cost and schedule estimates.
By automating these processes, professionals would be able to spend the time fixing their plan, rather than always starting from scratch. These tasks need to be kept in one platform, rather than separating them across several. It must be user friendly and easy to share with anyone. This is why Kreo is on the cloud and is even free to share for certain aspects of the planning process.
Why BIM Show Live?
Kreo will be exhibiting at BIM Show Live to an audience of BIM converts. By reaching the early adopters of BIM, Kreo aims to build a stronger force to enable change in the industry. There are still a number of companies who fail to understand (or acknowledge)
Julia Valentine, Head of Marketing at Kreo