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    • 1. Léon van Berlo IFC, BIM, BIMserver.org, etc… BuildingSMART
    • 2. Previous: “event driven” informationexchange Contracter Architect HVAC Product supplier etc… etc… enz… etc…
    • 3. Disadvantage
      • Data errors
      • Not always the latest information
      • Bad change management
      • etc…
    • 4. Ideal: Opdrachtgever Architect Installaties Toeleveranciers etc… etc… Aannemer etc… Own information BIM (server) Own information Own information Own information Own information Own information Own information Own information
    • 5. Working with a central BIM
      • Always the latest information
      • Better change management
      • Higher building quality
      • Shorter engineering process
      • etc…
    • 6. Open Source BIMserver: Open source software to change a regular (internet)computer into a BIMserver.
    • 7. Using the BIMserver software Bimserver.org software a b c d … Users (each using their own software)
    • 8. The usual problems: Bimserver.org software a b c d … users each using their own Different software
    • 9. Sollution: Open standaards
      • IFC : Industry Foundation Classes
        • (or: BuildingSMART)
      • Bimserver.org also uses: W3C, SOAP, REST, Building Information Exchange protocol (BIM ExPro), ifcXML, etc..
    • 10.  
    • 11. IFC History
      • Industry Foundation Classes
      • ‘ Open’ standard
      • Origin from the ‘CAD-world’
      • Autodesk as driver
      • From the first days of STEP (1985)
      • Should be a standard for ‘downstream applicaties’
      • Used as exchange format
      • Latest version: 2x3 TC1
    • 12. What is IFC?
      • 3D Geometry (object based)
      • BUT ALSO
      • Semantics
      • Relations between objects
      • Properties
    • 13.  
    • 14. What does it look like? www.ifcbrowser.com
    • 15. What does it look like? www.ifcbrowser.com
    • 16. Open standards
      • All sofware uses the same open standard
      Bimserver.org software b c d … a IFC IFC IFC IFC IFC
    • 17. How does BIMserver look?
    • 18. http://www.bimserver.org/documentation/screenshots/
    • 19. What kind of features does the BIMserver have?
    • 20. The most valued ones…
      • Merging IFC (sub)models
      • Early warning system (concurrent engineering)
      • User management and authorisation
      • Simple queries/filters
      • Rules checker
      • Version management – revision management
      • Change finder
      • Online viewer (O3D)
      • Clash detection (in next release)
      • Change alert / notification
      • More on www.bimserver.org /features/
    • 21. But also:
      • Objects stored in database (no file storage)
      • 100% open source (GNU GPL)
      • Export formats (CityGML, Google Earth, KML, ifcXML, enz..)
      • ‘ Unlimited’ users, projects en objects.
      • Different interfaces (user, rest, soap, etc..)
      • Configurable queries/filters
      • Branching
      • GeoBIM export (geobim.org)
      • Model summary
      • Data checking (MVD?  in development)
      • Rich internal object model / application logic (ecore)
      • More on: www.bimserver.org /features/
    • 22. Tools / plugins
      • Revit plugin (dead)
      • Clash detection (working on integration)
      • Client viewer
      • Linking alfresco/sharepoint (under the hood)
      • And much more…
      • Have a look at http:// www.bimserver.org /features/
    • 23. In short: a lot of features! Even more then a really expensive commercial solution… … but this one is free.
    • 24. Work in progress
      • Complex merging (difference finder) of IFC models
      • Complex querying
      • Complex concurrent engineering
      • Complex versioning
      • Complex user management
      • Intense documentation
      • Extending object with other data (Coins, PDF, PMO, Collada, etc..)
      • Other import/export formats (WebGL, 3D-PDF, OSG, etc…)
      • Parsers for import other data (Collada, CityGML etc.)
      • Connecting to other initiatives (OSBim, IFC, Coins, etc.)
      • Etc…
    • 25. How does it work?
    • 26.  
    • 27.  
    • 28. Who’s involved?
    • 29. Thinking along…
      • Netherlands organisation for applied scientific research TNO
      • Technical University Eindhoven
      • VTT (Finland)
      • CSIRO (Australia)
      • AEC3 (Germany, Great Britain)
      • Initiatiefgroep Open Standaarden (Netherlands)
      • And lots of others…. (growing group)
    • 30. What’s in it for me?
    • 31. Main reasons for using BIMserver.org
      • “ Tool to support dynamic collaboration”
      • Developed for one specific purpose: BIM
      • Open and free to use
      • Querying models (“only give me the walls”)
      • Open standards, so software-independent
      • Versioning your model (archive)
      • User management on model
      • Costumer view of the current state
      • Users think of new reasons every day….
      • And of course (for the nerds): free to develop your own tools on top of it!
    • 32. Keep you posted!?
      • mailinglist: http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=224353
      • website: www.bimserver.org
      • LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1778756
      • Twitter: @bimserver
      • E-mail: [email_address]
    • 33.
      • [email_address]
      • Twitter: @berlotti
      • Skype: berlotti
      • Jabber: berlotti@jabber.org
      • +31 (0) 6 – 423 674 65

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