Half-time milestone: DIAMOND Project Enters Hot Phase

CADENAS and the other partners in the DIAMOND project present interim results and demonstrators to the project sponsor and announce the second half of the project

On March 12 and 13, the high-profile partners of the DIAMOND project met at SIEMENS AG in Stuttgart for a consortium meeting. The project is funded by the European Union and supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWK). DIAMOND stands for Digital Asset Modeling with Neutral File Formats. Since the start of the project in May 2022, CADENAS has been working with other partners on a common data model.

Interim status at the midpoint of the project

May 2024 marks the halfway point in the DIAMOND project - time to look back on the successes and milestones achieved so far. At the working meeting in March, the participants presented the latest results from all subprojects and provided a deeper insight into exciting developments with the help of videos and illustrations. They were also pleased with the high attendance and the active support of the VDI (Association of German Engineers).

After interesting presentations and the opportunity for the digitization experts to exchange ideas, a tour of the eleven market stands took place, where the individual partners presented their demonstrators and the current status of their work. This gave the members the opportunity to get to know the project stands of the other subprojects in detail.

CADENAS GmbH was also there to present its work in the area of ROI calculation of a Digital Twin as well as a communication concept and lossless data exchange between BIM planning programs.

Outlook for the Future

In the future, the project participants will continue to work at full speed to realize the goals of the DIAMOND project. Demonstrators for testing and using the Common Data Model, as well as a cloud and engineering data space, are planned for the future. In the future, a component data checker will give manufacturers direct feedback on whether their data is sufficient for use in the DIAMOND-compliant design process.

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