A short video from the German team to explain what is the BIM GAME and why it has made for.
On January 24 and 25, 2018, Mr. Sebastien Marmot, headmaster of the Mouchard Wood High School, welcomed the members of the European BIM GAME project for a presentation to the new participants as well as a scenario test with BTS SCBH students. For the...
On Friday, December 15, 2017, the GIP Besançon team met with Jesús Alfaro Gonzalez, PhD in architecture and professor of construction at the University of Castilla la Mancha, to share their vision of BIM as part of the BIM GAME project. Jesús Alfaro...
On 23 and 24 November 2017, Besançon's BIM Game team was in Wuppertal, Germany, to take part in the first test of the platform with students from the University of Wuppertal. The first tests are very encouraging and the students were able to give their...
On 9 and 10 November 2017, the BIM GAME team of the GIP FRANCHE-COMTÉ was in Slovenia at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Ljubljana with a view to a new partnership to enrich and test the project. The meeting with Turk Žiga, Matevž Dolenc,...
Those who still doubt the interest of BIM and collaborative learning in the acquisition of professional skills, would certainly have reconsidered their position following the exchange we had on October 19, 2017. In fact, the GIP Besançon team presented the...
Bim Game: Playing to Build the 21st Century
At a time when architectural projects are increasingly being considered internationally, the exchange of information between the various building stakeholders is becoming a major issue. To facilitate this exchange, the B.I.M. Building Information Modeling has been developed in recent years, particularly through the use of a digital mockup enriched with data.
As all these actors are called to work together, it makes sense to train them together, and offer them a tool, the BIM GAME, where they will be able to test processes in common and negotiate at best the BIM shift. Target audiences in training correspond to the future actors of a construction project: architect, design engineer, construction economist, surveyor, operator, etc.
This problem is European and each country has the same question about the best method to adopt to spread this new culture and especially to integrate it into professional practices. This project, funded by Erasmus + and supported by GIP Besançon, is based on numerous follow-ups of projects carried out in the partner countries. This pooling makes it possible to work not only on national scenarios, in relation to local regulations, but also on simulations of international architectural projects, which correspond today to the reality on the ground.
An Erasmus project “strategic partnerships” led by the GIP FTLV of the Besançon Academy
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