Introduction to the BIM Conference Luxembourg

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Introduction to the BIM Conference Luxembourg

  1. 1. Maquette numérique BIMPratiques et technologiesSylvain KubickiCRP Henri TudorCRP Henri Tudor2013/05/22
  2. 2. Introduction1.  CRP Henri Tudor2.  NeoBuild3.  BIM4.  ProgrammeMay 22nd, 2013 Conférence BIM Luxembourg 2
  3. 3. 1.CRP Henri Tudor and Construction
  4. 4. One mission, three objectivesCRP Henri Tudor is an autonomous Luxembourgishinstitution for applied research that acts as an essential linkbetween research and society:•  Research: Contribute through scientific excellence tothe production and transfer of knowledge.•  Innovation: Sustainably strengthen the innovationcapacity of companies and public organisations.•  Policy support: Support the definition,implementation and evaluation of national publicpolicies.4
  5. 5. Scientific & Technological Domains:Materials technologies5Environmental technologiesHealth care technologiesInformation and communication technologiesBusiness organisation and management•  Applied and experimental research•  Doctoral research and academic collaboration•  Development of tools, methods, labels,certifications and standards•  Knowledge and competence transfer•  Technological watch•  Incubation of high-tech companies•  Training and high-level qualificationActivities & Services:Innovation Programmes:
  6. 6. Construction team @ TudorConstruction Program: our competencies•  Business “experts” (Architects, Civil Engineer /Dr., PhD students)•  IT scientists•  Appropriation, networking, IPROur team is historically involved in CRTI-Binnovation projectshttp://www.crti-b.luToday Tudor is co-animator of the NeoBuildinnovation polehttp://www.neobuild.luMay 22nd, 2013 6CRTI-BPublic owners- Ministère duDéveloppement Durable etdes infrastructures- Administration desBâtiments Publics- Administration des Ponts etChausséesDesigners- Ordre des Architectes etIngénieurs-ConseilsContractors- Fedil- Fédération des artisans- Chambre des MétiersConférence BIM Luxembourg
  7. 7. Teaching activitiesStudio Digital Coopératif•  Liège (Ulg) & Nancy (ENSArchitecture)arch./eng. students•  Collective design project•  Synchronous/Asynchronous IT supportGestion de projet & 4D•  ULg students (arch. & eng.)May 22nd, 2013 7SDC : Bureau VirtuelModèle 4D – étudiants ULgConférence BIM Luxembourg
  8. 8. Conrad Boton (defended March 2013)•  Visualization techniques for 4D models inconstructionDaniel Zignale (defence July 2013)•  Collaborative practices in architecture andIT support alignmentThomas Altenburger (defence end 2013)•  Context-aware interfaces for constructionprojectsCyril Mauger (defence end 2013)•  Context-aware interfaces for constructionprojectsMay 22nd, 2013 8Conférence BIM LuxembourgAI.1.1AI.1ENTRANCEWELCOMINGCI.1.2CI.1.1BankCI.1.3CI.1.4CI.1ADULTSECTIONBI.1.1Bank DI.1DI.1.2DI.1.4DI.1.3AI.1.3CI.1.5EI.1 INTERNAL SERVICESEI.1.2 EI.1.1 EI.1.3AI.1.2PUBLIC ACCESSSTAFF AND SUPPLIER ACCESSEI.1.4BI.1ANIMATIONDI.1CHILDRENSECTIONDoctoral Research
  9. 9. 2.NeoBuildPôle d’Innovation Technologiquede la Construction durableInnovation Cluster for SustainableConstruction
  10. 10. NEOBUILD est une initiative privée de création d’une plateformesous forme d’une SA, ayant pour objectifs de promouvoir l’éclosion desolutions technologiques innovatrices en provenance desTPE/PME, de coordonner et d’assurer la gestion de leur développement etde soutenir leur implantation au sein du secteur luxembourgeois de laconstruction Porteurs du projetCDEC Conseil pour le Développement économique de la Constructiona.s.b.l.Bruno RendersCimalux Ciments & matériauxChristian Rech Pôle d’innovation
  11. 11. § Créer endéans un délai de 3 - 5 ans un contextefavorable à l’innovation au sein des TPE / PMEdu secteur de la construction.§ Renforcer à terme la compétitivité du secteurluxembourgeois de la construction en développantsa capacité à répondre aux défis de la constructiondurable.§ Développer l’activité à l’export du secteur grâceau savoir-faire acquis. Objectif
  12. 12. ECO-MATERIAUX-  Applications innovantes-  Eléments multifonctionnels-  Approche performantielle-  EcodesignCONCEPTION, GESTION &ORGANISATION-  Savoir-faire org. & fonct.-  Economie coût global-  Certification / labellisationECO-TECHNOLOGIES-  ENR-  Equipements techniques-  Gestion des fluxGREEN ICT-  Immotique-  Innovations pédagogiques-  (pôle expertise en simulation –immersion virtuelles)DOMAINES DECOMPÉTENCESANIMATION§ Plateforme collaborative§ Conférences§ Portail d’échangesd’information§ Partage de technologieinnovante§ Promotion RDICOACHING PROJETRDI• Etude de faisabilité• Recherche de service et departenaires• Mise en place du projet.• Protection de la propriétéintellectuelleMISSIONSRESULTATSLIVRABLESPROJET RD-  Applications innovantes-  Eléments multifonctionnels-  Approche performantielle-  EcodesignPRODUIT-  Applications innovantes-  PerfectionnementSERVICE-  Outil d’aide à la conception-  Labels-  Formation continueNOUVELLE ENTREPRISE-  Start-up-  Pépinières d’entreprise-  Hosting+Ac#vités  et  missions  
  13. 13. §  Bâtiment à énergie positive§  Délai opérationnel : début 2014§  Bâtiment en construction bois§  Multifonctionnel, polyvalent, pédagogique§  Accès public, orienté innovation technique, BtoBNEOBUILD  INNOVATION  CENTRE  
  14. 14. NEOBUILD  INNOVATION  CENTRE  
  15. 15. 3.Building Information Modelingfor a collaborative sector
  16. 16. A collaborative sectorMay 22nd, 2013 17Architecture, Engineering and Constructionprojects life-cycleMain characteristics of the constructionsector•  Only one object produced•  Short-lived teams•  Independent and heterogeneous actorsMore and more viewpoints in projects•  Restricted areas of responsibility•  Internal strategies vs. project strategies“Ray & Maria Stata Center for CIIS, MIT”Arch. Gehry PartnersDresden station, GermanyArch. Foster and PartnersBriefing,developmentDesign Construction Use(simplified)Conférence BIM Luxembourg
  17. 17. Building Information ModelingAccording to most of the practitioners and researchers, BIM is both•  Product modeling (Building Information Model), i.e. description ofbuilding, facilities…•  Process modeling (Building Information Modeling), i.e. descriptionof the collaborative exchange of information about the projectSome markers about BIM•  3D modeling “with meaning”: domain sense, parameters,relationships.•  Interoperability between CAD, GIS, simulation software solutions.•  Virtual Design and Construction, i.e. better informed designdecisions and improved management of construction process•  Facility operation and management: accurate as-designed / as-built information about facility for FOM purposesMay 22nd, 2013 18Conférence BIM Luxembourg
  18. 18. Building Information ModelingMay 22nd, 2013 19Conférence BIM LuxembourgSource: Autodesk
  19. 19. Building Information ModelingThe way towards standardization(BuildingSMART, research community)•  IFC: standardizing product model (expectedsoftware interoperability)•  IDM: standardizing process model (understandingcollaborative work process)•  IFD: effort towards common definitions andtranslationsBIM requires change in organizations, both at thelevel of•  “Single” organization: facility managers, owners,construction firms, architecture & engineering offices•  Complex construction projectsMay 22nd, 2013 20Conférence BIM Luxembourg
  20. 20. Building Information ModelingThe way towards standardization(BuildingSMART, research community)•  IFC: standardizing product model (expectedsoftware interoperability)•  IDM: standardizing process model (understandingcollaborative work process)•  IFD: effort towards common definitions andtranslationsBIM requires change in organizations, both at thelevel of•  “Single” organization: facility managers, owners,construction firms, architecture & engineering offices•  Complex construction projectsMay 22nd, 2013 21Conférence BIM Luxembourg
  21. 21. 4.Conference program
  22. 22. Conference aimsProvide Luxembourg & Great Region practitioners with up-to-date information about BIM•  Cross-Europe expert speakers: France, Belgium, Hungary.Address business side, technical side, educational side•  As well as (indirectly): regulation & responsibilities issues,accuracy of models, management of BIM projects,Target multiple viewpoints•  Architects & engineers, owners, contractorsMay 22nd, 2013 23Conférence BIM Luxembourg

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