Machine-interpretable standards will help the green transition

BSI and Norwegian software provider Cobuilder have signed an agreement to allow access to machine-interpretable standards information for the British and international built environment sector. The end goal is to help the sector strengthen collaboration and get closer to carbon neutrality.

The objective of the agreement is to digitise the content of BSI standards into a machine-interpretable form to create a common language for people and their software systems. This approach will close the gap between design, construction, operation and decommissioning. Most importantly, it will support built environment actors to prepare for complex environmental legislation and will help them face the challenges of transitioning to a circular economy.

According to the agreement, Cobuilder will gain…

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