Cadline’s DynamicAIM product at heart of new offering to help housing providers comply with Building Safety Act
After the publication of the Hackitt Review, and in preparation for the Building Safety Act, Altair and Cadline are working with multiple registered housing providers to help navigate the shifting landscape and the need to manage a wide range of building information on a much larger scale.
Utilising Cadline’s DynamicAIM product and support, alongside Altair’s sector knowledge and technical expertise, customers will be supported throughout their journey towards Safety Case compliance and the production of a “Golden Thread of Information”.
According to the companies, by understanding the challenges being faced and using software development skills to streamline existing data management systems, compliance can be more easily achieved.
The DynamicAIM system is designed to be tailored to the unique needs of each customer and ultimately facilitate the delivery of safety cases.
This starts with the production of a customer specific ‘golden thread’ of information, progressing to identifying data requirements, facilitating data collation, and providing a gap analysis.
The DynamicAIM web app aims to remove traditional tech barriers when adopting and consuming complex Revit / Plant 3D / GIS and survey data.
According to Cadline, this helps bridge the gap between design, construction and asset management, without the need for wholesale renewal or replacement of existing databases.