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BE2Camp Awards
25th September 2013
Duncan Reed
Digital Construction Process Manager
Tekla (UK) Ltd
Everything I know.....
I learnt through twitter
Remember
BIM is a process not technology
“BIM is essentially value creating collaboration through the
entire life-cycle of...
Remember
BIM is a process not technology
“BIM is essentially value creating collaboration through the
entire life-cycle of...
OK – so who uses one of these?
5
And who uses them for BIM?
Do you use them for
Sending / receiving emails?
Surfing the net?
Posting photos?
Social Media?
6
BIM – Intelligent structu...
BIM – Sharing Data through social media
7
#tbim2013
#BIM
#UKBIMCrew
BIM – Sharing Data through social media
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BIM – Sharing Data through social media
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BIM – Sharing Data through social media
10
BIM – Sharing Data through social media
11
BIM – Sharing Data through social media
12And no doubt many other....
BIM – Sharing Data through social media
13
#BIM4Free
So - not using digital processes for
Collaborative modelling
Clash management
Collaborative Problem Solving
Sharing Across...
15
BIM Structured Data
Can we apply PAS1192 to SM?
What do we do now?
Electronic document filing systems
16
What do we do now?
Electronic document filing systems
17
Data - Big numbers analogy
Apollo Guidance
Computer
2k Memory
Read only storage 32k
Google Maps App
12.5MB operating
requi...
400 MillionTWEETS ON AVERAGE
SENT PER DAY
1BillionFILES UPLOADED
EVERY DAY
350 MillionPHOTOS UPLOADED
TO FACEBOOK DAILY
TW...
ARRANGEDCOLLATEDINFORMATION PRESENTED
Information and Data
Structured BIM data
Blogs
Slide share
Vimeo
Storify
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Structured data in Web 2.0 - Blogs
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Structured data in Web 2.0 - Slideshare
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Structured data in Web 2.0 - Vimeo
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Structured data in Web 2.0 - Storify
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The digital workflow we should be adopting
26Figure 15 taken from PAS 1192-2:2013 Incorporating Corrigendum No 1. Publishe...
Naming of containers – BSI BIM Storify
27Table 2 taken from BS 1192:2007 Published by BSI.
Naming of containers – BSI BIM Storify
Project GEN
Originator TEK
Zones and assets 99
Levels and locations 99
Type SC
Role...
BS1192 complaint structured data in Web 2.0
29
GEN-TEK-99-99-SC-AC-25-20-96-001
Conclusions
Social media can offer ways for everyone to participate in
BIM workflows
The only limits are those you impose ...
31
Thank You
E: duncan.reed@tekla.com
M: 07734 740240
T: @djhreed67
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  • Duncan Reed (Tekla; @djhreed67) - talking on "Sharing BIM data through social media" at #Be2Talks, 25 Sept, Londonhttp://www.be2awards.com/be2talks-speakers/ The world is awash with data, and whilst I wouldn’t say I fully understand all the ramifications of Big Data I do see the need to understand and manage this in a construction context. Social media applications offer many ways to share data so why not BIM data too? So do we need a structured data approach to SM or is this by its very nature an oxymoron?
  • Not a specialist at this SM stuff but a regular untrained user. See the potential but not ultra skilled.http://www.ted.com/tedx
  • At what point does social media become the way to do business – is Evernote social media or a business software solution?QR CodesEvernoteTerraflex#What do they all have in common - free
  • At what point does social media become the way to do business – is Evernote social media or a business software solution?QR CodesEvernoteTerraflex#What do they all have in common - free
  • At what point does social media become the way to do business – is Evernote social media or a business software solution?What do they all have in common – freeI appreciate that this applies mainly to the members of the team who are receiving BIM data rather than authoring it but it out to be possible therefore to dispel the rumour that ‘doping BIM’ is expensive.Neither is this fully encompassing to al the processes needed but I'm sure there are other Apps out there that fill in the gaps you may be thinking of.......
  • Now I realise all of this isn’t seamlessly joined up but each product allows you to do BIM as a process and as the data is electronic can be cut and pasted across. So BIM Level 1-2 now.
  • Can we apply, or should we even think about applying.........
  • On a good day we have a reasonable filing system that we can drill down into.I know I did a presentation to CE in the NE on behalf of thinkBIM - so here it is for future reference
  • But equally I'm sure I'm not alone to have ‘dump folders’ – and not exactly recent ones either.
  • http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2009/07/20/how-powerful-was-the-apollo-11-computer/
  • Thanks to Stefan Mordue for sharing these slides from the BIMHandS event a couple of weeks ago. So it that re-cycling or plagorism??
  • Arrange information about a particular topicCoordinate and disseminate informationFind and understand informationJoin like information together
  • So can we take this – BS1192- and apply it to things like these?
  • http://caseyrutland.com/Yes – information is collated, arranged and presented.
  • Again, Yes – information is collated, arranged and presented.These are providing general public access to information they might / should / ought to be interested in.But what about more project specific requirements?http://www.slideshare.net/SuButcher
  • https://vimeo.com/user20651046I’ve uploaded this as a private file but why not find ways to share these files with the team for a specific project. Vimeo may end up not being the answer but until you try you may not know the benefits and risks.
  • Now - if I Type in ‘BSI BIM Conference’ this doesn't appear – my masterpiece has failed to be noticed!!But lets take this example a bit further perhaps.......
  • BS1192 / PAS 1192 workflow image – with copyright referenceMany of you will be familiar with this image, either as most of the top only from BS1192 of the full figure from PAS1192-2:2013And once you get your head around it the WIP > Shared > Published system it can be applied in many ways
  • BS1192 naming of containers workflowSo lets look at my storify record and the BS naming system
  • Uniclass 2. Chosen to define this as Shared Institutional activity!! AC-25-20-96
  • Over the top – yes perhaps. But if, for example twitter is being used as a collaboration tool for design development (a design conversation with an appropriate hashtag???) should each set of conversations be captured and filed so that they can be shared and retrieved at a later date?
  • Have lots of structured data out there, but as we choose more and more ways to collaborate do we need to think about how we access, share and save this burgeoning data set.http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/BIM-Task-Group-Newsletter-21st-Edition.pdf
  • Transcript of "Sharing BIM data through social media"

    1. 1. BE2Camp Awards 25th September 2013 Duncan Reed Digital Construction Process Manager Tekla (UK) Ltd
    2. 2. Everything I know..... I learnt through twitter
    3. 3. Remember BIM is a process not technology “BIM is essentially value creating collaboration through the entire life-cycle of an asset, underpinned by the creation, collation and exchange of shared 3D models and intelligent, structured data attached to them.” Source; BIM Task Group website - FAQs 3
    4. 4. Remember BIM is a process not technology “BIM is essentially value creating collaboration through the entire life-cycle of an asset, underpinned by the creation, collation and exchange of shared 3D models and intelligent, structured data attached to them.” Source; BIM Task Group website - FAQs 4
    5. 5. OK – so who uses one of these? 5 And who uses them for BIM?
    6. 6. Do you use them for Sending / receiving emails? Surfing the net? Posting photos? Social Media? 6 BIM – Intelligent structured data
    7. 7. BIM – Sharing Data through social media 7 #tbim2013 #BIM #UKBIMCrew
    8. 8. BIM – Sharing Data through social media 8
    9. 9. BIM – Sharing Data through social media 9
    10. 10. BIM – Sharing Data through social media 10
    11. 11. BIM – Sharing Data through social media 11
    12. 12. BIM – Sharing Data through social media 12And no doubt many other....
    13. 13. BIM – Sharing Data through social media 13 #BIM4Free
    14. 14. So - not using digital processes for Collaborative modelling Clash management Collaborative Problem Solving Sharing Across the Supply Chain Method Statements, Supporting Permits Construction Rehearsals Transparency 14 But recycling data for
    15. 15. 15 BIM Structured Data Can we apply PAS1192 to SM?
    16. 16. What do we do now? Electronic document filing systems 16
    17. 17. What do we do now? Electronic document filing systems 17
    18. 18. Data - Big numbers analogy Apollo Guidance Computer 2k Memory Read only storage 32k Google Maps App 12.5MB operating requirement 18
    19. 19. 400 MillionTWEETS ON AVERAGE SENT PER DAY 1BillionFILES UPLOADED EVERY DAY 350 MillionPHOTOS UPLOADED TO FACEBOOK DAILY TWITTER DROPBOXFACE BOOK Source: Facebook.com, Twitter.com, dropbox.com Data - Big numbers
    20. 20. ARRANGEDCOLLATEDINFORMATION PRESENTED Information and Data
    21. 21. Structured BIM data Blogs Slide share Vimeo Storify 21
    22. 22. Structured data in Web 2.0 - Blogs 22
    23. 23. Structured data in Web 2.0 - Slideshare 23
    24. 24. Structured data in Web 2.0 - Vimeo 24
    25. 25. Structured data in Web 2.0 - Storify 25
    26. 26. The digital workflow we should be adopting 26Figure 15 taken from PAS 1192-2:2013 Incorporating Corrigendum No 1. Published by BSI.
    27. 27. Naming of containers – BSI BIM Storify 27Table 2 taken from BS 1192:2007 Published by BSI.
    28. 28. Naming of containers – BSI BIM Storify Project GEN Originator TEK Zones and assets 99 Levels and locations 99 Type SC Role Z Classification AC-25-20-96 * Number 001 28 * Taken from Uniclass 2 Visualisation Tests, see http://www.bimgateway.co.uk/uclass2/table/
    29. 29. BS1192 complaint structured data in Web 2.0 29 GEN-TEK-99-99-SC-AC-25-20-96-001
    30. 30. Conclusions Social media can offer ways for everyone to participate in BIM workflows The only limits are those you impose on yourself Creating data sets requires rules; it needs process and procedures You need to be able to search and recycle the data 30 Whether you are in the supermarket or searching for information on Google maps, classification is the key to finding what you want BIM Task Group newsletter 9th June 2012 – Uniclass 2 Demystified
    31. 31. 31 Thank You E: duncan.reed@tekla.com M: 07734 740240 T: @djhreed67
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