Autodesk University Germany 2019 // BIM as the basis for process optimisation and new business models

At the invitation of Autodesk GmbH, Ralf H. KOMOR gave a lecture on this topic at Autodesk University Germany on 15 October 2019 in Darmstadt.

KOMOR Autodesk University

The increasing global significance of BIM – Building Information Modeling – and the resulting pressure for change for the entire value chain is no longer only omnipresent in architecture. Customer markets and even business models are changing due to the BIM methodology.

For building suppliers, factory planners and planners of industrial plants, now is the time to act.

At this event, you will learn from the concrete examples of various companies how the implementation of BIM processes can help to win more projects with higher contribution margins. Gain insight into strategies and implementation of BIM in other companies. Through the exchange with other decision-makers you will also receive impulses on how to accelerate the BIM journey.

The BIM methodology is neither a threat nor a cost factor, but an opportunity to get closer to customer markets and to achieve a more individual, personalised communication in the quotation process.

BIM as a basis for process optimisation and new business models

How can market needs be met within the scope of BIM?

On the basis of changes on the market and the new requirements of the worldwide customers of WALDNER Laboreinrichtungen GmbH & Co. KG, I explain how the BIM method enables companies to understand these requirements, to design solutions and to implement them together with employees and customers. The focus here is on the in-depth approach to generating added value for customers.

You can view the presentation here.

The conference for those who design and shape the world around us

On 15 and 16 October 2019, users, decision-makers and partners from the fields of mechanics and mechanical engineering, construction, digital media and entertainment met at Autodesk University Germany in Darmstadt.

The age of networking is changing the corporate landscape. New design and production technologies, growing competitive and cost pressures, and the globalisation of markets demand greater flexibility, faster adaptation and greater efficiency from companies. They not only need to be aware of these changes in order to remain competitive and relevant.

There is Autodesk University Germany, where you can experience it live.


Ralf H. KOMOR held a practice-oriented lecture and gave valuable impulses.