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Summary

Résumé de la présentation

IBI Group would like to present a solution that connects a BIM to an Asset Management System as well as to our construction review process. One case study is focused on our office expansion where the assets within design model were cataloged and connected to a custom-built asset management system.

The workflow harnesses OpenBIM technology allowing the end user to experience a virtual representation of the asset via mobile devices as well as a medium to socially interact with them.

This data contains fused design information with records for maintenance along with social information identifying repair / replacements which can feed subsequent projects.

Outline:

  1. The value proposition of "data"
  2. Fusing BIM with Asset Management
  3. Connecting "social data" to the assets
  4. Demonstration of an active instance of the system
    The focus here shifts from designing projects to manipulating information. Data is sourced by the users of the built (designed) objects, and this information is tapped to manipulate how and what we design.

This is a bold shift in mentality...we are "designing DATA" and from that information we generate various outputs including drawings.

Conventional design practices are being redefined by the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, 5G, and artificial intelligence (AI). On the forefront of innovation since the 1970’s, IBI Group has maintained its commitment to designing great places to live, work, learn, move and play through innovation, technology and creativity; and we know that leveraging emerging technologies to future-proof our design intent is paramount to our success. The way cities are built is shifting. The future? Smart Cities. How does the citizen’s experience fit into the picture? Let us show you.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand BIM is about information and a re-shaped approach to the AEC industry and the design professions.
  • Increase awareness of how data manipulation can occur at various stages through the project lifecycle.
  • Empower viewers to imagine project solutions that involve BIM for current and future projects.
  • Identify opportunities to extend current service offerings to include BIM-based additions.

Who's Presenting

Qui présente

Brent Mauti

Global Director - Design Technology, IBI Group

Global Director - Design Technology, IBI Group

Biographie

Brent Mauti is currently the Global Director for Design Technology within IBI Group, after a decade of fulfilling a similar roles for CH2M HILL. He has also been a member of the Canada BIM Council's Board of Directors since 2016. Brent is responsible to improve delivery of design services and processes while supporting critical business strategies by managing the development, implementation and maintenance of all firm wide design technology solutions. He provides advanced project level BIM Consultation to identify appropriate BIM Uses, mold BIM Goals, generate a BIM Execution Plan, and ensure accountability for successful lifecycle delivery. He also coordinates a collection of "Global Technology Portfolios" and "Regional Technology Leaders" aimed at achieving global synergy across the firm. Brent is a licensed architect who has focused on BIM throughout his career. He has been involved with major projects such as the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the Panama Canal Widening. He has presented at numerous conferences hosted by Bentley, Canada BIM Council, IIDEX, Ontario Association of Architects, American Institute of Architects, and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada to name a few. Brent's passion focuses on lifecycle BIMinteroperability and cross-platform synergy. His YouTube Channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Pu6lSGu6X9YtAkNCt9quQ.

IBI Group would like to present a solution that connects a BIM to an Asset Management System as well as to our construction review process. One case study is focused on our office expansion where the assets within design model were cataloged and connected to a custom-built asset management system.

The workflow harnesses OpenBIM technology allowing the end user to experience a virtual representation of the asset via mobile devices as well as a medium to socially interact with them.

This data contains fused design information with records for maintenance along with social information identifying repair / replacements which can feed subsequent projects.

Outline:

  1. The value proposition of "data"
  2. Fusing BIM with Asset Management
  3. Connecting "social data" to the assets
  4. Demonstration of an active instance of the system
    The focus here shifts from designing projects to manipulating information. Data is sourced by the users of the built (designed) objects, and this information is tapped to manipulate how and what we design.

This is a bold shift in mentality...we are "designing DATA" and from that information we generate various outputs including drawings.

Conventional design practices are being redefined by the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, 5G, and artificial intelligence (AI). On the forefront of innovation since the 1970’s, IBI Group has maintained its commitment to designing great places to live, work, learn, move and play through innovation, technology and creativity; and we know that leveraging emerging technologies to future-proof our design intent is paramount to our success. The way cities are built is shifting. The future? Smart Cities. How does the citizen’s experience fit into the picture? Let us show you.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand BIM is about information and a re-shaped approach to the AEC industry and the design professions.
  • Increase awareness of how data manipulation can occur at various stages through the project lifecycle.
  • Empower viewers to imagine project solutions that involve BIM for current and future projects.
  • Identify opportunities to extend current service offerings to include BIM-based additions.

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