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About the eComply Framework

The eComply Framework supports the development of 3D building compliance technology that can check building designs against selected planning and building codes. The framework has been designed to build industry capability and encourage the broader adoption of digital building processes.

The eComply project is being delivered as part of the Digital Twin Victoria program that’s helping to revolutionise how we plan and manage our built and natural environments.

The eComply Framework defines the specifications to model and assess building compliance using digital twin technology.

The framework consists of three specification documents:

  • DTV eComply BIM drafting guidelines
  • DTV eComply site context guidelines
  • DTV eComply assessment practice note

These documents guide the data requirements and operations of eComply solutions. They are outlined below.

Using the framework

The specifications are released as Creative Commons and can be used by anyone to facilitate the following objectives:

  • Develop eComply solutions
  • Adopt Building Information Modelling (BIM) practices within housing projects
  • Develop data services for eComply solutions
  • Understand digital compliance assessment techniques.

A free demonstration and training tool is available for industry to try out the specifications.

Accessing the framework

You can access all three of the documents here:

Be part of building a better product for industry by telling us more about how your organisation might use BIM and the eComply Framework. You can also opt-in to receive updates on the framework.

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Provide feedback

Feedback on your technical and support needs will help us to maintain and support the use of the framework across industry.

To provide feedback on the framework, please contact us here:

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Solutions based on the framework

The following technology vendors offer eComply solutions:

To register your solution, please use the feedback form

Page last updated: 19/06/24