How governments and non-government organisations can benefit from a new approach to construction data
In today’s built environment complexity primes over traditional processes and push towards innovation. History has shown us that great common effort is necessary to achieve ambitious chef d’oeuvres such as the Egyptian Pyramids or the Great Wall of China, but also Industrial Revolution and spacecrafts that would bring one day humans on Mars. In fact, every human achievement is a matter of effort and knowledge put in practice.
To solve complexity in our modern time means to enable common effort driven by:
1) Governments – national, sub- or super-national legally recognized organizations that make and enforce laws;
2) Non-government organizations – national and international organizations of people with common humanitarian, professional or social goals.
By downloading this whitepaper you will learn about:
Possible approaches to structuring data that will provide relevant metrics enabling digitalisation of the construction industry
- Structuring data through data dictionaries
- Common data language
- Data governance