Networking in BIM projects
Tie up loose ends
Construction projects are highly complex. Many stakeholders need to work together on a common piece of work. Despite the onset of digitization, there are still endless media disruptions.
We support participants in the construction process by connecting the isolated data through custom software development. Where standard solutions stop, we start to tie up the loose ends to form a data network.
AIA, BAP, use cases?
The demands on planners and subsequent trades increase with the implementation of BIM. Specifications must be implemented.
We use open standards wherever they exist and integrate them into your existing infrastructure. This enables you to create valid BIM models instead of chasing BCF tickets and working through defect lists.
Keep the overview
A not inconsiderable part of a model manager’s working time is spent updating and distributing the content to be used in a project.
Do you already have a strategy for in-house distribution, updating and localization? Project specific?
BIM 2 FM?
Project specific? Planning data, manufacturer data, … Operating data? Hopefully not!
The building has been constructed, now it is to be put into operation. How do you bring the different model information into a CAFM system? SAP?
We have been dealing with the interfaces and formats, such as CAFM-Connect, for a long time and develop the individual interfaces to guarantee a data flow.
Implement use cases Making BIM usecases profitable
BIM promises to map the data and models in a way that everyone can understand. Even if we all need to work together more for the big picture, that doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from individual use cases now.
We have already successfully automated processes for prefabrication in TGA and slotting and breakthrough planning.
What use case do you have in mind? Where do you see potential for optimization?
Without standardization, BIM will not work! For this reason, we have been actively involved in committees and associations for more than 20 years to create the future for digital togetherness.
- BTGA, BIM working group
- buildingsSMART Germany and Switzerland
- VDI, guideline series 2552
- products4bim manufacturer initiative
In addition, we share our knowledge in many presentations at congresses so that we can take the next steps together.