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AI-Enabled APRS-BIM Platform

Windover has launched a first-of-its-kind AI-Enabled Automated Plan Review Systems (APRS-BIM) to expedite and enhance a municipality’s permit review and approval process

TRANSFORMING CODE COMPLIANCE REVIEW, POWERED BY AI

The future of building code compliance review is here, thanks to the innovative combination of generative AI and generative design. Windover has developed a first-of-its-kind platform to expedite the review process of building permit applications for government agencies. This AI-enabled Automated Plan Review System (APRS)-Building Information Modeling (BIM) platform can take imported 2D architectural, structural, and MEP drawings and rapidly transform them into a 3D BIM.

The platform then analyzes this 3D model against the municipality’s code requirements and identifies any compliance issues in a detailed report. In addition to the code compliance summary report, the platform will illustrate the precise location of the deficiency in a section of the permit submission drawings and the corresponding correct code requirements.

Windover’s AI-enabled APRS-BIM Platform revolutionizes the design review process for municipalities worldwide. This seamless integration facilitates the efficient and accurate submission, review, and approval of building permits – reducing review times by up to 70%.

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    A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND PLATFORM

    The APRS-BIM platform is a powerful tool to automate and empower permit reviewers responsible for evaluating drawings for code compliance with fast, comprehensive information so they can focus on what really matters – reviewing the issues within the drawings.

    The APRS-BIM platform will provide a complete 3D model for those whom may not have the tools or capacity to generate a BIM model themselves. These users can then employ this 3D BIM model for virtual reality QA/QC and future coordination during construction. Creating this BIM model is also the first step in developing a comprehensive digital twin to support building operations years after construction is complete.