Five Innovative BIM Trends in 2024 – Shaping the Future of AEC Industry

Five Innovative BIM Trends in 2024 – Shaping the Future of AEC Industry
Five Innovative BIM Trends in 2024 – Shaping the Future of AEC Industry

As we get into 2024, industries and organizations worldwide are recognizing the power of Building Information Modelling (BIM) and everything it enables, including better management, increased productivity, higher internal transparency, and much more! While BIM has only recently started capturing the eye of organizations, it has evolved a lot since it was first created in the early 2000s.

As new tools such as augmented/virtual reality and AI have become increasingly popular, they’ve started getting incorporated into BIM as well! In this article, let us explore 5 innovative BIM trends in 2024 that are set to shape the future of the AEC industry!

Digital Twins

Working with clay prototypes, or software models to better understand your projects is a thing of the past. With the rise of Digital Twins, organizations can now create digital twins for their operations and projects, opening up infinite possibilities. Using digital twins to better understand your operations and the impact of various factors on the project’s progress gives organizations the ability to try out different approaches, without having to spend excessive capital or make any changes to the real operation.

4D/5D Simulation

Simulations have been used for operations and construction projects for a long time. However, in longer-term projects, simulating the effects of long-time durations and costs also becomes crucial. This becomes possible with the option to create 4D and 5D simulations in BIM, allowing organizations to see the sequence of events unfold and make changes to existing plans accordingly, whether they be for reducing costs or boosting time efficiency!

Artificial Intelligence

Using the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence, organizations can leverage complex algorithms and use tools like pattern recognition and predictive analysis to spot potential issues before they happen, or suggest changes to the existing plan to eke out even more efficiency!


Utilizing the technologies powering modern VR and AR can open up completely new opportunities for organizations, and experiences for their customers. AR lets project leads overlay crucial information on existing environments, bringing out details that might have otherwise been overlooked! Using VR gives organizations the ability to take their clients through plans in the most immersive way possible, helping the client better understand the process and output of the project or operation.

BIM Mandates

As BIM gains popularity by the day, it has come to the government’s attention as well! Having seen the benefits of using BIM to streamline complex operations and projects, governments across the globe have started to mandate the use of BIM in any new projects handed out by them, pushing industries towards standardization of technologies and higher potential for collaboration between vendors in this industry.

Digile has been at the forefront of innovating in BIM, with integrations of AI insights, digital twin integration, mobility, etc. Let’s explore how BIM with Digile helps you benefit from these innovations and much more!

BIM (Building Information Modelling) with Digile

Through our BIM solutions, we offer our clients the ability to maximize their efficiency and leverage real-time insights, while reducing their costs and risks. To ensure that our BIM solutions can adapt to the varying requirements of our clients, we offer a thorough, 5-step implementation process:

  1. Evaluate Project Feasibility – Gauge your workflows and processes to understand the BIM maturity of your organization.
  2. Establish a desired level of implementation – Define the BIM goals of your project and set measurable standards of success.
  3. Create a BIM execution plan – Help various members of the team identify and execute their respective functions through a comprehensive execution plan.
  4. Implementation of BIM – Provide modeling services from concept stages to construction, and convert point cloud data into 3D BIM models. 
  5. Construction Monitoring – Assist clients in tracking progress through BIM-based on-site progress monitoring.

Looking to adopt BIM to simplify managing your operations? Check out how Digile helps organizations experience the next in Building Information Modelling (BIM)

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