BIM – Building Information Modeling is currently revolutionising building planning. Here, no more floor plans are created on the computer – the building is three-dimensionally constructed in detail, digitally. In contrast to CAD, all objects, e.g. doors or luminaires, have common characteristics and connections with BIM. In a BIM model, a luminaire for example is uniquely defined via its place of installation and connected load. 

The data of the different BIM objects is made available by the specific manufacturer – the BIM building model is then added by the specific technical planners. In this way, a highly informative digital building model is created that not only serves as a template for construction and calculation, but also as documentation for facility management after the building has been completed. 

The complete Portfolio

TRILUX makes BIM data blocks available for its complete online luminaire portfolio. Users can download data for 69 product ranges in the Revit format (BIM application by Autodesk).


Maximum Data Depth

With around 30 product characteristics and LDC's, the TRILUX data blocks provide the most information in the market. Movable, adjustable models such as track spotlights are also represented with BIM data blocks. 


Even extensive projects can be very precisely planned and calculated via detailed, extensive product information.


BIM helps to achieve error-free planning thanks to various software functions such as collision testing. In such cases the program registers an error for example if two objects are located on a single point, or if they overcut due to size.