We can proudly announce that Zynka BIM now started working with our general agreement together with Region Östergötland regarding BIM- and CAD-coordination services for Universitetsjukhuset in Linköping. This will be a great and exiting opportunity for us to work with refining the process of project and model information towards Facility Management.
Last Thursday Zynka BIM, Semren-Månsson and Zynka Visual invited our clients to an after work mingle at our Gothenburg office. Discussions evolved around the future of digitalisation of the industry, emphasised by invited motivational guest speaker Gustaf Josefsson. The evening went perfect with a lot of interesting and rewarding discussions with new and existing clients and collegues. Among many things we showed the progress in Karlastaden, the innovation project A Working Lab (SB2), and a hands-on demonstration of our Facility management (FIM) solution together with our futuristic scanning trolley from NavVis (picture down in the gallery). Overall, events like this are very rewarding and we look forward to the next one.
This past weekend, Göteborgs-Posten published an article on Zynka BIM and Akademiska Hus, focusing on our innovative take on facility management and use of property technology. This is the future of real estate!
- We want make more efficient use of our buildings, benefits for both property owners and tenants.
- A build today has on average (roughly) 50 measurement point. With the innovation project with Akademiska Hus we’re aiming to improve that number to more than 20 000.
This is what we’re working towards with our innovations project “A Working Lab”! Read the full article below!
Read the article here! (In Swedish)
NyTeknik has published an article on Zynka BIM together with Akademiska Hus about our innovation project for BIM in facility management at Chalmers University.
Read the article at NyTeknik Here!
Swedish construction industry has the highest prices in the European Union. An answer to lowering the cost is digitalisation, and Zynka BIM is leading the way – exactly what financial site Dagens Industri refers to in this article.