Modular and automated
As the adoption of modular prefabricated building process increases, automation of the construction industry can be improved. Traditional methods rely heavily on skilled labour. Manual processes such as bricklaying and carpentry are costly and risky.
The adoption of modular prefabricated construction has adopted a method that has not been used in the industry so far. One of them is the Manufacturing Assembly Design (DFMA). The DfMA process enables more effective design planning than conventional construction. This will shorten the construction period.
Off Site Construction Factory OS
Using the open BIM-based automatic checking technology developed by Professor Kim In-han's team, legal errors are checked in less than an hour. Moreover, it is innovative that all of this is done on an open BIM platform that is offered free of charge.
"This technology can reduce the time it takes to review drawings by one-thousandth of a thousandth of a month by providing logic and related views (2D plan, elevation, cross-section, and 3D view) on legal provisions," he said. "In particular, it reduces administrative errors that occur during consultations between related departments that lack architectural knowledge, so that architects can increase confidence and proactively understand problems."