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Building Information Modelling

Whilst Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a welcome addition to the digital information available when planning, designing, building, operating and maintaining the built environment, is it fully understood, being widely adopted or suitably protected from cyber-attacks?

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Fast-tracking the digital transformation of the construction industry

The IET’s recent Digitally Built conference provided the perfect opportunity to consider the impact of digitisation within the Built Environment Sector. Whilst concern was expressed about the slow rate of progress secured towards the goal of a wholly digitised supply chain, there were several transformational success stories from construction champions deploying digital tools from robotics and virtual reality to cyber security, blockchain IOT and beyond. Read our review. Watch the presentations on IEt.tv.

Manufacturing the future BIM

Paul Surin, Vice Chairman of BIM4M2 summarises how manufacturers are engaging in the BIM process and how the BIM4M2 group will take a lead role in its future…

Best New or Refurbished Venue

The IET flagship London office continues to be recognised

When WIFI just isn't enough...

Accessibility is indeed a complex process when designing this into buildings… and particularly on retrofit basis.




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Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management

Reduce risk and radically improve your management of Electrical Safety with this Code of Practice.

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Guide to Electrical Maintenance

Manage your electrical equipment effectively with this guide from the electrical experts at the IET.

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