Group of companies BRIO at 6th International Research-to-Practice Investment Conference

There is no doubt that each country aims at forming a stable and prosperous economy. According to the Executive Order of the President of the Russian Federation “On National Goals and Strategic Objectives of the Russian Federation through to 2024”, an action plan was developed to create an environment for attracting investments and accelerating its growth.

A favorable investment climate contributes to an additional inflow of investments, increases the role and influence on the international stage, and also ensures the innovative development of the country.

On December 6, the 6th International Research-to-Practice Conference “Unified work standards for attracting investments to the Russian economy. The role of independent expertise” was held at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry venue.

The event was hosted by the All-Russian Public Organization “Business Russia”, the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and National Association of Technology and Price Auditors.

Within the business program experts and representatives of government departments took part in discussions on the creation of new tools for investment raising, state support measures and a single standard for investment project monitoring.

The topic of digital transformation of the Russian economy sectors, particularly, the construction sector was also raised. In an open dialogue format the participants discussed the specifics of the interaction amongst construction players during building inspection, the introduction of information modeling technologies for project management at all stages of the project’s life cycle, as well as standards and technologies for the digital development of regions.

Ilnur Kharisov, General director at Group of companies BRIO, gave a speech on remote monitoring of construction progress using digital technologies, particularly, the BRIO Mixed Reality System (MRS).

The BRIO MRS system is a software-hardware complex for visualization of a BIM model for quality and progress control of construction and installation works. Using the Industry 4.0 technology stack (CV, AR/MR, AI) the solution becomes a tool for automation of management processes on the construction site; it also guarantees an effective interaction between the office and the job site providing quick exchange of latest and reliable data.

We were glad to enter the conference, participate in the discussions on pressing topics and share our case history in solving current tasks of the construction industry.