The growing complexity and the scaling of construction and building management requires comprehensive and powerful digital tools. These tools have to take into account various building data and have to be able to work collectively and recursively.
So when digital technology is invited into the building, it becomes necessary to develop new methodologies in order to improve the reliability of the results as well as the capitalization and dissemination of knowledge. This is the ambition of our experts in this issue. They explain the new paradigms associated with this mutation and present the innovations they support within their structures.