CONNECT. TRANSFORM. AUTOMATE.
FME goes nuclear (part 2)
Anton Sandström and Mårten Martinsson, Sweco
A customer case imple...
FME goes nuclear (part 2)
•  Background
•  Prerequisites
•  Technology
•  Solution
•  Challenges
•  Result
2
3
Background
•  Forsmark Power Group
•  During 2013 a prototype
was developed
•  During 2014 an internal
platform was develo...
Prerequisites
•  Fast and easy to use
•  Integrated with existing systems
•  Both outdoor and indoor maps
•  Always update...
Technology
•  Custom made solution with
GeoServer as map engine
•  Existing Oracle database
•  FME Desktop and FME Server ...
7
Readers
•  IFC
•  DWG
•  EXCEL
Writer
Oracle Spatial
Data flow
Solution
IFC Reader
IFC to Oracle Workspace
9
IfcSpace
geom
ifc_instance_name
IfcRelDefinesBy
Properties
RelatedObjects
Läge
ifc_instance_name
Area1
ifc_instance_name...
Oracle WriterIFC Reader
IFC to Oracle Workspace
11
Challenges
•  A non defined coordinate system
•  IFC
•  The high security
12
Thank You!
!  Questions?
!  For more information:
!  Anton Sandström, anton.sandstrom@sweco.se
!  Mårten Martinsson, marte...
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A customer case implemented for Forsmark power group, a Swedish company that owns and operates the nuclear power plant Forsmark north of Stockholm.

This is a customer where safety always comes first and with use of FME they can facilitate access to data without compromising security. Presentation will include everything from manual paper work to handling of sophisticated models in BIM. We solved the assignment using open standards as IFC and used FME to move and assure the quality of data from both flat DWG models and smart 3d models to a database. The end result is a customized system with FME Server running in the background.

See more presentations from the FME User Conference 2014 at: www.safe.com/fmeuc

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Fme goes nuclear (part 2)

  1. 1. CONNECT. TRANSFORM. AUTOMATE. FME goes nuclear (part 2) Anton Sandström and Mårten Martinsson, Sweco A customer case implemented for Forsmark power group in Sweden
  2. 2. FME goes nuclear (part 2) •  Background •  Prerequisites •  Technology •  Solution •  Challenges •  Result 2
  3. 3. 3
  4. 4. Background •  Forsmark Power Group •  During 2013 a prototype was developed •  During 2014 an internal platform was developed 4
  5. 5. Prerequisites •  Fast and easy to use •  Integrated with existing systems •  Both outdoor and indoor maps •  Always updated data •  Integrated security with Active Directory 5
  6. 6. Technology •  Custom made solution with GeoServer as map engine •  Existing Oracle database •  FME Desktop and FME Server for updating both spatial and tabular data •  Export to IFC gives the possibility to both use Autodesk Architecture and Revit •  PythonCaller for setting security and building layers 6 FME Oracle GeoServer
  7. 7. 7 Readers •  IFC •  DWG •  EXCEL Writer Oracle Spatial Data flow Solution
  8. 8. IFC Reader IFC to Oracle Workspace
  9. 9. 9 IfcSpace geom ifc_instance_name IfcRelDefinesBy Properties RelatedObjects Läge ifc_instance_name Area1 ifc_instance_name RelatingProperty Definition geometry Rumstabell RelatingProperty Definition geometry Property_attribute1 Property_attribute2 Property_attribute1 Property_attribute2 IFC Reader
  10. 10. Oracle WriterIFC Reader IFC to Oracle Workspace
  11. 11. 11
  12. 12. Challenges •  A non defined coordinate system •  IFC •  The high security 12
  13. 13. Thank You! !  Questions? !  For more information: !  Anton Sandström, anton.sandstrom@sweco.se !  Mårten Martinsson, marten.martinsson@sweco.se !  Sweco Position AB, Stockholm Sweden !  www.sweco.se CONNECT. TRANSFORM. AUTOMATE.
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