Bimtrazer signs MOU in Qatar
Bimtrazer will apply artificial intelligence and Blockchain technology (Symbol from NEM) to construction control building for the FIFA World Cup 2022.
As reported in Cointelegraph en Espanol: LINK
With a thriving and dynamic economy, Qatar is preparing to receive 1.5 million fans (more than half of its population). FIFA requires that at least 60,000 hotel rooms be built and are ready for use before the tournament. Doha currently only has has half of this figure.
Other emblematic works await completion, such as Sharq Crossing, a project designed by the Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatraba. This project consists of a set of three interconnected bridges with underwater tunnels, which will cover almost ten kilometers linking Hamad International Airport with the city’s cultural district and West Bay Central. This mega works is budgeted at 12 billion dollars and is expected to be commence in March of this year.
In the effort to achieve this ambitious goal on time, Qatar has opened up to the use of cutting-edge technologies to optimise construction processes in the Real State sector.
Bimtrazer signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with a Qatari company which includes the evaluation of the platform to follow up on a set of works that must culminate before the FIFA World Cup 2022. More details will be disclosed soon.
Among the agreements, the company is expected to use BIM models with Artificial Intelligence applied to the analysis of yields and Blockchain for the traceability of work and quantity of materials.
Bimtrazer is a multi-national company based in Chile and Argentina that developed a platform that combines BIM with AI, supported by Symbol (NEM’s new cutting-edge blockchain technology). The company was awarded the first prize for technological innovation at one of the most important Construction events in Latin America (ExpoEdifica) in October 2019.