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    The Hudson Yards project  - a multi-billion dollar connected urban experience with unprecedented integration of occupants, buildings, transportation and public space, together with an active rail yard – exemplifies the need to expand the BIM process beyond optimization to more predictive techniques.

    The project has undergone extensive digital modeling with associated details for views above and below ground. Laser scanning used on the subway extension to collect data on existing physical conditions and connect to a virtual model.

    A huge variety of data will be available to analyse and optimize performance once built, using sensors and other instrumentation for heat mapping to track crowd size and energy usage, air quality monitoring, as well as pedestrian and vehicular traffic monitoring.

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