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Bim interoperability analysis between revit and archicad for ifc exchange

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The developing BIM technology in AEC industry facilitate both building and infrastructure from design & construction to operation & maintenance, also enables better ROI to all firm size. The development of software tools transforming the BIM technology to be robust. The important factor to consider is the development of technology demand software tools to influence the construction data to be better interoperable. The main purpose of the study is to identify the interoperability issues between BIM tools, Revit 2016 and ArchiCAD 18 in the context of open standard format IFC 2X3 exchange.

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Bim interoperability analysis between revit and archicad for ifc exchange

  1. 1. 03/11/2016 BIM Interoperability analysis between Revit and Archicad for IFC exchange ­ Google Forms https://docs.google.com/forms/d/164KAw1e8VWT_aRLinUdGkxKwmhIpSc1B3CRw3AbxogM/viewanalytics 1/5 Architect 30 37.5% Designer 22 27.5% Contractor/subcontractor 13 16.3% Other 15 18.8% Owner/ Client organisation 8 10% Contractor 20 25% Multi­disciplinary design consultant 40 50% Other 12 15% Expert (5 points) 27 33.8% Advanced (4 points) 27 33.8% Intermediate (3 points) 19 23.8% Novice (2 points) 7 8.8% Basic (1 point) 0 0% Revit 43 53.8% Archicad 8 10% Autocad 13 16.3% All the above 5 6.3% none of the above 1 1.3% Other 10 12.5% Expert (5 points) 27 33.8% Advanced (4 points) 21 26.3% Intermediate (3 points) 19 23.8% Novice (2 points) 9 11.3% Basic (1 point) 4 5% Revit 49 61.3% Archicad 11 13.8% Autocad 9 11.3% none of the above 4 5% Other 7 8.8% 80 responses View all responses  Publish analytics Summary 1. What is your profile background? 2. What is your organisation background? 3. Rate your skills of experience in BIM? 4. What core software are you most experience with? 5. Rate your software skills in terms of Revit, Archicad? 6. In terms of User interface which software is user friendly? Edit this form 18.8% 16.2% 27.5% 37.5% 10% 15% 50% 25% 23.8% 33.8% 33.8% 16.2% 53.8% 23.7% 26.3% 33.8% aravindhtamil@gmail.com
  2. 2. 03/11/2016 BIM Interoperability analysis between Revit and Archicad for IFC exchange ­ Google Forms https://docs.google.com/forms/d/164KAw1e8VWT_aRLinUdGkxKwmhIpSc1B3CRw3AbxogM/viewanalytics 2/5 Revit 58 72.5% Archicad 9 11.3% Bently 2 2.5% Tekla 2 2.5% Other 9 11.3% .rvt (Revit) 55 68.8% .pln (Archicad) 4 5% .nwc (navisworks editable) 29 36.3% .nwd (navisworks non­editable) 26 32.5% .ifc (Industry Foundation Class) 38 47.5% .bcf (BIM Collaboration Format) 12 15% .pdf (portable document format) 34 42.5% .dwg 41 51.3% .dgn 3 3.8% Other 16 20% .rvt (Revit) 54 67.5% .pln (Archicad) 3 3.8% .nwc (navisworks editable) 23 28.8% .nwd (navisworks non­editable) 20 25% .ifc (Industry Foundation Class) 35 43.8% .bcf (BIM Collaboration Format) 9 11.3% .pdf (portable document format) 30 37.5% .dwg 41 51.3% .dgn 5 6.3% Other 18 22.5% Yes 64 80% No 16 20% Very poor 3 3.8% Section­2 Software related information 7. What is the prime BIM authoring tool in your organisation? 8. From authoring tool what format are you providing others? 9. What format are you getting from other discipline/organisation? 10. When you exchange the data from one format to other format do you find any missing information? 11. Rate the level of Missing information when exchanging data to different software’s? 13.7% 61.3% 72.5% 0 10 20 30 40 50 .rvt (Revit) .pln (Archicad) .nwc (navisw… .nwd (navisw… .ifc (Industry… .bcf (BIM Coll… .pdf (portable… .dwg .dgn Other 0 10 20 30 40 50 .rvt (Revit) .pln (Archicad) .nwc (navisw… .nwd (navisw… .ifc (Industry… .bcf (BIM Coll… .pdf (portable… .dwg .dgn Other 20% 80%
  3. 3. 03/11/2016 BIM Interoperability analysis between Revit and Archicad for IFC exchange ­ Google Forms https://docs.google.com/forms/d/164KAw1e8VWT_aRLinUdGkxKwmhIpSc1B3CRw3AbxogM/viewanalytics 3/5 Poor 12 15% Moderate 35 43.8% Few elements 21 26.3% None of the above 9 11.3% Yes 32 40% No 36 45% I don't know 12 15% none of the above 0 0% Strongly agree (5 points) 28 35% Agree (4 points) 31 38.8% Neither/nor (3 points) 18 22.5% Disagree (2 points) 2 2.5% Strongly disagree (1 point) 1 1.3% Strongly agree (5 points) 19 23.8% Agree (4 points) 29 36.3% Neither/nor (3 points) 24 30% Disagree (2 points) 7 8.8% Strongly disagree (1 point) 1 1.3% Strongly agree (5 points) 25 31.3% Agree (4 points) 29 36.3% Neither/nor (3 points) 13 16.3% Disagree (2 points) 9 11.3% Strongly disagree (1 point) 4 5% Design coordination/clash detection 47 58.8% Client require IFC based BIM 36 45% You require IFC BIM from partners 21 26.3% Other 13 16.3% Section­3 Open BIM standard 12. Are you using open standard common data environment (CDE; an online place for collecting, managing and sharing information among a team working on a project) for data exchange? 13. Do you believe open standards exchange format will benefit your organisation for better data exchange (please rate out of 5)? 14. Do you believe .IFC is most widely adopted open standard exchange format in the building industry (please rate out of 5)? 15.Do you think .pdf format is most widely used exchange format in the building industry(please rate out of 5)? 16. In which tasks your organisation has utilized BIM in IFC format? Section­4 UK BIM Level 2 15% 26.2% 43.8% 15% 45% 40% 22.5% 38.8% 35% 23.8% 30% 36.3% 16.2% 36.3% 31.3% 0 10 20 30 40 Design coordi… Client require… You require IF… Other
  4. 4. 03/11/2016 BIM Interoperability analysis between Revit and Archicad for IFC exchange ­ Google Forms https://docs.google.com/forms/d/164KAw1e8VWT_aRLinUdGkxKwmhIpSc1B3CRw3AbxogM/viewanalytics 4/5 Yes 37 46.3% No 27 33.8% I don't know 11 13.8% none of the above 5 6.3% Yes 46 57.5% No 27 33.8% I don't know 6 7.5% none of the above 1 1.3% Yes 44 55% No 10 12.5% I don't know 21 26.3% none of the above 5 6.3% Yes 38 47.5% No 12 15% I don't know 27 33.8% none of the above 3 3.8% Yes 39 48.8% No 5 6.3% I don't know 34 42.5% none of the above 2 2.5% 17. Does the project that you involved will require BIM level 2 compliance? 18. Are you using BIM Execution Plan (BEP) in your organisation? 19. Are the BIM Execution Plan (BEP) is effective? 20. Do you believe UK BIM level 2 assist in information transfer and address interoperable issue? 21. Do you believe UK BIM level 3 will provide better information transfer and improvement in interoperable issue? https://www.dropbox.com/s/9e7z5uh92uhpqrw/CST_TP_ParticipantInformation_v1Nov2013.doc? dl=0 Number of daily responses 33.8% 46.3% 33.8% 57.5% 26.2% 55% 33.8% 15% 47.5% 42.5% 48.8% 0 4 8 12 16

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