Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Data-Driven
Decision-Making
Steven Eglinton FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD, MPWI
Director, G...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Presentation title
Data-Driven Decision-Making for
Construction &
Asset Management...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Agenda
•How BIM will affect us all
•How can we add value to BIM
•Geospatial adding...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Who am I?
Information Management Specialist:
•Asset Information Management
•Buildi...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Slide 5This slide image © GeoEnable Ltd
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
What is BIM?
•Depends who you ask!
•Building Information Models - things
•Building...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Building Information Modelling (BIM)
•“An integrated digital process
providing coo...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Building Information Modelling (BIM)
•Cross-discipline collaboration
•Standard met...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Information as a Commodity
•In economics, a commodity is a
marketable item produce...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Information Models
Slide 10
COBie
Document
s
PIM / AIM
IFC
This slide image © GeoE...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Answering Business Questions
Slide 11
The data is just a means to an end:
•The end...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Asset Life Cycle
Slide 12This slide image © GeoEnable Ltd
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Common Data Environment - Context
•Common Data Environment (CDE)
•Defined in UK St...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Common Data Environment - Data
Slide 14
• File naming convention from BS 1192-2007:
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Cross-discipline collaboration
Slide 15
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
There is lots or jargon in any discipline
Slide 16
•We all have communicatuion cha...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Working Across Geospatial Disciplines
Slide 17
• Survey / Geomatics
• Planners
• C...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
When is a Polygon a Polygon?
Slide 18This slide courtesy of Richard Bates
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
When is a polygon a polygon?
1.[ESRI software] In ArcGIS software, a shape defined...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
When is a polygon a polygon?
GIS AutoCAD / Revit
Slide 20This slide courtesy of Ri...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
How does GIS add value to BIM?
• Persuading design teams to
utilise (at any level)...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
How to tackle the language challenge?
Slide 22
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Think ‘Atomic data’
Slide 23
Periodic Table of Data for CAD
Periodic Table of Data...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
The big challenge is communication
Slide 24
•Between systems
•Between data formats...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Commons Languages – One is Location
Slide 25
•Location provides context to data
•L...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
6 Major Opportunities / Challenges
1.Personal experience and expectation
2.Standar...
Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable
Thank You
Steven Eglinton FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD
Director, GeoEnable
For more inform...
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  1. 1. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Data-Driven Decision-Making Steven Eglinton FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD, MPWI Director, GeoEnable Chair, Asset Management SIG, AGI Chair, Business Information Systems SG, BCS 19 June 2015 The O2 | LONDON | UK Slide 1
  2. 2. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Presentation title Data-Driven Decision-Making for Construction & Asset Management Slide 2
  3. 3. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Agenda •How BIM will affect us all •How can we add value to BIM •Geospatial adding value to BIM •Opportunities for blending skills •Summary Slide 3
  4. 4. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Who am I? Information Management Specialist: •Asset Information Management •Building Information Modelling (BIM) •Specialism in Infrastructure and AEC •Extensive experience in GIS and Mapping •Background in Agri-Environment and Rail
  5. 5. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Slide 5This slide image © GeoEnable Ltd
  6. 6. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable What is BIM? •Depends who you ask! •Building Information Models - things •Building Information Modelling - tasks •Building Information Management – standards / process(es) Slide 6
  7. 7. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Building Information Modelling (BIM) •“An integrated digital process providing coordinated, reliable information about a project and assets throughout all phases, from design through construction and into operation” •Better Information Management •For all asset types – buildings and infrastructure Slide 7
  8. 8. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Building Information Modelling (BIM) •Cross-discipline collaboration •Standard methods and procedures •Information provision is contracted •Digital Plan of Works (DPoW) •Enabling tools, workflows and validation •Exchange formats and standards •Information / data is a commodity Slide 8
  9. 9. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Information as a Commodity •In economics, a commodity is a marketable item produced to satisfy wants or needs Slide 9 •The challenge we have is the client (employer) might not know their needs! •The client often knows their ‘wants’ •Information Management / Governance is often misunderstood
  10. 10. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Information Models Slide 10 COBie Document s PIM / AIM IFC This slide image © GeoEnable Ltd
  11. 11. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Answering Business Questions Slide 11 The data is just a means to an end: •The end is fulfilling business needs by •…answering business questions •…gaining insight •…creating a ‘Common Operation Picture’ •…reducing risk •…decreasing TOTEX costs
  12. 12. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Asset Life Cycle Slide 12This slide image © GeoEnable Ltd
  13. 13. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Common Data Environment - Context •Common Data Environment (CDE) •Defined in UK Standards BS 1192:2007 •Elaborated on in PAS 1192-2 and PAS 1192-3 Slide 13
  14. 14. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Common Data Environment - Data Slide 14 • File naming convention from BS 1192-2007:
  15. 15. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Cross-discipline collaboration Slide 15
  16. 16. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable There is lots or jargon in any discipline Slide 16 •We all have communicatuion challenges! Shapefiles Dangling segments Link-node models Projections Vector Raster Joins and Links Points Polylines Polygons Vertices Snapping Buffering GeoProcesses Dissolve Merge Union Spatial Join Models Dynamic segmentation ‘Plotting’ data GeoCoding GISGIS Self-intersecting Polygons Doughnut Polygon?
  17. 17. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Working Across Geospatial Disciplines Slide 17 • Survey / Geomatics • Planners • CAD • GIS Disciplines should be more involved: ICT Professionals: • …Data specialists • …Information Management • …Business Intelligence
  18. 18. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable When is a Polygon a Polygon? Slide 18This slide courtesy of Richard Bates
  19. 19. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable When is a polygon a polygon? 1.[ESRI software] In ArcGIS software, a shape defined by one or more paths, in which a path is a series of connected segments. If a polyline has more than one path (a multipart polyline), the paths may either branch or be discontinuous. 1.[data models] On a map, a closed shape defined by a connected sequence of x,y coordinate pairs, where the first and last coordinate pair are the same and all other pairs are unique. 2.[ESRI software] In ArcGIS software, a shape defined by one or more rings, where a ring is a path that starts and ends at the same point. If a polygon has more than one ring, the rings may be separate from one another or they may nest inside one another, but they may not overlap. Polygon The POLYGON command allows you to create regular polygons (polygons with equal sides and angles). --Prompt: Number of sides: Type in a value for the number of sides for the polygon. --Prompt: Edge/ <Centerof polygon>: Select the location for the polygon's center with an Absolute Coordinate, a Relative Rectangular Coordinate, a Relative Polar Coordinates, or an Osnap and press Enter. Polyline (closed) The PLINE command allows you to create "grouped" objects that can be extruded, given line width on the screen, and can contain arc segments. Close - Connect the last segment of a pline with the first. Length - Draws a pline segment at the same angle as and connected to the previous segment using a length you specify. If the last element was an Arc, the new segment is tangent to the Arc. < Closed shape GIS AutoCAD / Revit Precise shape > Slide 19This slide courtesy of Richard Bates The details… The details…
  20. 20. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable When is a polygon a polygon? GIS AutoCAD / Revit Slide 20This slide courtesy of Richard Bates
  21. 21. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable How does GIS add value to BIM? • Persuading design teams to utilise (at any level) what GIS type data can bring to a project: • Align project to World to other coordinates system • Provides ability to utilise: • Sun tracking in Models • Ground topography • Existing buildings / asset data • Transport and services data • Linear assets • Augmented reality • Laser scans • Rights of light Slide 21This slide courtesy of Richard Bates
  22. 22. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable How to tackle the language challenge? Slide 22
  23. 23. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Think ‘Atomic data’ Slide 23 Periodic Table of Data for CAD Periodic Table of Data for GIS Periodic Table of Data for Survey Periodic Table for Data for Construction Supply Chain Periodic Table of Data for AECPeriodic Table of Data for Rail Sector Periodic Table of Data for Civil Engineering Periodic Table of Data for… your sector
  24. 24. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable The big challenge is communication Slide 24 •Between systems •Between data formats •Between organisations •Between disciplines •Between different roles How are your cross-discipline communication skills?
  25. 25. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Commons Languages – One is Location Slide 25 •Location provides context to data •Location provides patterns, trends & gaps •Maps are easier to understand • ‘Placed-based’ planning is understood • Proximity can connect people / Orgs • Services Delivery depends on Location •See opportunities to consolidate/augment services
  26. 26. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable 6 Major Opportunities / Challenges 1.Personal experience and expectation 2.Standards for data interoperability 3.We have demonstrated benefits 4.We need ‘cross-discipline dictionaries’ for collaboration to truly work 5.We are already blending skills – do more! 6.Location is a common language for all disciplines Slide 26
  27. 27. Data Driven Decision Making © GeoEnable Thank You Steven Eglinton FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD Director, GeoEnable For more information please email:

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