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Information, Information, Information
Ian Chapman• Chartered Electrical Engineer• Head of Specification• Board Member• Member of the BIM Technologies Alliance
Agenda1. Information2. Information3. Information- the government strategy- classification- beyond level 2 BIM
The information revolution• More than 30 billion items are shared by Facebook every month• Data production will be 44 time...
Construction Information Evolution
Information Silos
Information Waste
• Focused towards the information needed to represent a building and itscomponents in 3D.Early BIM
Construction Strategy• Clear UK BIM Strategywww.bimtaskgroup.org
Challenges
Avoid Information Overload−Focus on the information you actually need.
http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/
Information – the government strategy• By April 2016 - All centrally procured projects to achieve Level 2 BIM.- move from ...
BIM progress• Early adopter projects underway.• Reported savings so far of 18%• Roll out of BIM to other central departmen...
Agenda1. Information2. Information3. Information- the government strategy- classification- beyond level 2 BIM
ClassificationThe purpose of a classification:−Information can be found and retrieved very easily.−The rules (its taxonomy...
Uniclass• First published in 1997• Created by CPIC
UniclassDifficulties with current version• It’s out of date• Tables are not aligned to one another• Inconsistent approach•...
Uniclass 2ISO 12006-2
What can Uniclass 2 do for you?−Arrange information about a particular topic−Coordinate and disseminate information−Find a...
Agenda1. Information2. Information3. Information- the government strategy- classification- beyond level 2 BIM
Beyond Level 2 BIM – What are the information Challenges• Terminology Properties, attributes and names vary and can not b...
Challenges• Product information Inconsistent Generally incompatible with BIM Difficult to review, compare, update and s...
buildingSMART• International• Independent• Open• Not for profit
buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the...
buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the...
buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the...
buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the...
Understanding the meaning of information
Understanding the meaning of digital information
buildingSMART Data Dictionary−The dictionary concerns itself with the meaning of things rather than thenaming of things.Ea...
buildingSMART Data Dictionary Pilot• UK• US• Norway• Canada• France• Japan• Australia
buildingSMART Data Dictionary Pilot
buildingSMART Data Dictionary PilotFire resistance integrity Fire rating?? = ??
buildingSMART Data Dictionary PilotDataDictionary
buildingSMART Data Dictionary Pilot
IFC + IDM + DD
Information Silos
WebA Single Information Silo
Summary• BIM is moving fast in the UK.• High quality digital information that is structured andconnected is the future.• C...
Summary• Digital information will be used exclusively for electronictransactions.• Data is moving from collection to conne...
And the UK is leading the way
Thank youian.chapman@thenbs.comwww.linkedin.com/in/ianchapmannbs@IanChapmanNBSMore information• www.theNBS.com/BIM• www.Na...
BIM For Free_28May2013_IanChapman_The importance of data and how it’s classified
BIM For Free_28May2013_IanChapman_The importance of data and how it’s classified
BIM For Free_28May2013_IanChapman_The importance of data and how it’s classified
BIM For Free_28May2013_IanChapman_The importance of data and how it’s classified
BIM For Free_28May2013_IanChapman_The importance of data and how it’s classified
BIM For Free_28May2013_IanChapman_The importance of data and how it’s classified
BIM For Free_28May2013_IanChapman_The importance of data and how it’s classified
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  1. 1. Information, Information, Information
  2. 2. Ian Chapman• Chartered Electrical Engineer• Head of Specification• Board Member• Member of the BIM Technologies Alliance
  3. 3. Agenda1. Information2. Information3. Information- the government strategy- classification- beyond level 2 BIM
  4. 4. The information revolution• More than 30 billion items are shared by Facebook every month• Data production will be 44 times greater in 2020 than 2009• In 2015 20% of data produced will live in or pass through the cloud.• Before 2003, 5 exabytes of information had been generated, this amount is nowcreated every two days.*1 EB = 1,000,000 terabytesSource IDC/CSC
  5. 5. Construction Information Evolution
  6. 6. Information Silos
  7. 7. Information Waste
  8. 8. • Focused towards the information needed to represent a building and itscomponents in 3D.Early BIM
  9. 9. Construction Strategy• Clear UK BIM Strategywww.bimtaskgroup.org
  10. 10. Challenges
  11. 11. Avoid Information Overload−Focus on the information you actually need.
  12. 12. http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/
  13. 13. Information – the government strategy• By April 2016 - All centrally procured projects to achieve Level 2 BIM.- move from just geometry to 3D geometry AND the information behind it- level 2 BIM - a managed 3D environment with data held in separate BIMtools.- information collected digitally at various stages of a project.• Digital geometry + Digital information in an open standard (COBie).(Level 3 BIM is a single BIM model created through integration of theinformation in all BIM tools.)
  14. 14. BIM progress• Early adopter projects underway.• Reported savings so far of 18%• Roll out of BIM to other central departments.• For the MOJ BIM is becoming ‘business as usual’• Focus is now on BIM implementation.
  15. 15. Agenda1. Information2. Information3. Information- the government strategy- classification- beyond level 2 BIM
  16. 16. ClassificationThe purpose of a classification:−Information can be found and retrieved very easily.−The rules (its taxonomy) are easy to understand and apply.−Information can be added following these rules to ensure it appears inthe correct place.−There is ideally no limit to the information that the classification canaccommodate.−Information can be referenced.−Information is maintained.
  17. 17. Uniclass• First published in 1997• Created by CPIC
  18. 18. UniclassDifficulties with current version• It’s out of date• Tables are not aligned to one another• Inconsistent approach• Inconsistent coding• Doesnt support BIM, the project timeline or the draw-specify, design-document approach.
  19. 19. Uniclass 2ISO 12006-2
  20. 20. What can Uniclass 2 do for you?−Arrange information about a particular topic−Coordinate and disseminate information−Find and understand information−Join like information together
  21. 21. Agenda1. Information2. Information3. Information- the government strategy- classification- beyond level 2 BIM
  22. 22. Beyond Level 2 BIM – What are the information Challenges• Terminology Properties, attributes and names vary and can not be reliablyexchanged across different platforms, disciplines and jurisdictions.• BIM content needs to be Open Accessible Standardised Structured Controlled and understood
  23. 23. Challenges• Product information Inconsistent Generally incompatible with BIM Difficult to review, compare, update and share digitally• Classification of information Different countries use different classifications Different classifications aren’t connected
  24. 24. buildingSMART• International• Independent• Open• Not for profit
  25. 25. buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the meaning of information that is exchanged.
  26. 26. buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the meaning of information that is exchanged.IFCSoftwareASoftwareBSoftwareCSoftwareD
  27. 27. buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the meaning of information that is exchanged.IFCSoftwareASoftwareBSoftwareCSoftwareD
  28. 28. buildingSMART Technology• Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)• Information Delivery Manual (IDM)• Data Dictionary – (DD) the meaning of information that isexchanged.IFCLengthCostCapacityFirerating
  29. 29. Understanding the meaning of information
  30. 30. Understanding the meaning of digital information
  31. 31. buildingSMART Data Dictionary−The dictionary concerns itself with the meaning of things rather than thenaming of things.Earth relocatingimplementI actually preferto be calledSteveSpade Shovel
  32. 32. buildingSMART Data Dictionary Pilot• UK• US• Norway• Canada• France• Japan• Australia
  33. 33. buildingSMART Data Dictionary Pilot
  34. 34. buildingSMART Data Dictionary PilotFire resistance integrity Fire rating?? = ??
  35. 35. buildingSMART Data Dictionary PilotDataDictionary
  36. 36. buildingSMART Data Dictionary Pilot
  37. 37. IFC + IDM + DD
  38. 38. Information Silos
  39. 39. WebA Single Information Silo
  40. 40. Summary• BIM is moving fast in the UK.• High quality digital information that is structured andconnected is the future.• Collecting and connecting information in an open accessiblemanner enable comparison, analysis and review.
  41. 41. Summary• Digital information will be used exclusively for electronictransactions.• Data is moving from collection to connection• Information will become insight• Analysis will become prediction• Early adopter project success so far indicates that the UK ison the right track.
  42. 42. And the UK is leading the way
  43. 43. Thank youian.chapman@thenbs.comwww.linkedin.com/in/ianchapmannbs@IanChapmanNBSMore information• www.theNBS.com/BIM• www.NationalBIMLibrary.com• www.riba-insight.com• www.theNBS.com/Create• www.BIMTaskGroup.org• www.buildingSMART.org.uk

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