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BIM - what 2016 means for Manufacturers

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Presentation by Steve Thompson at BIM for Manufacturers: Countdown to Mandatory BIM at the Building Centre on 13 April 2016.
More information: http://bim4m2.co.uk/bim-for-manufacturers-seminar-live-blog-bim4m2help/
What the 2016 deadline means for manufacturers, and a new consistent process for sharing product data

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BIM - what 2016 means for Manufacturers

  1. 1. www.pcsg.co.uk excellence | flexibility | integrity | partnership What 2016 means for manufacturers Steve Thompson 13 April 2016
  2. 2. | www.pcsg.co.uk Government strategy as driver 3D modelling?? Another initiative that just adds complexity and cost? Must have ‘BIM’ to be ahead of the game This makes sense!! Data, data, data Internet of Things, Connectivity Collaboration 2011 2016
  3. 3. | www.pcsg.co.uk Manufacturing Vision 2025 2016-17 2018-19 2020-21 2022-23 2024-25 Construction Strategy Product Sector One • Two • Three • Economic Technical Commercial Connectivity Political Social IOT(1) IOT(2) IOT(3) CDE Multiple templates Integrated IM PaaS Mobile Cloud Integrated Mobile Fragmented Multiple standards Common standards Security Awareness Non standard processes Vote for Europe Level2 Mandate Industry 4.0 General election Level 3 Mandate Common dictionary Extended supply chains Performance in use certification Performance gap = 0 Optimised supply chains Virtual supply chains DFMA DFMAO CAPEX TOTEX OPEX Circular Economy (1) Circular Economy (2) Integrated Circular Economy Manufacturing sector leased assets Manufacturing sector leased products & systems Socio-economic outcomes and responsive technologies Geodemographic driven solutions Mass customisation Virtual workforce
  4. 4. | www.pcsg.co.uk Collaboration & cultural change
  5. 5. | www.pcsg.co.uk Product Data Definition • BIM4M2 • CPA • CIBSE • NBS • buildingSMART • International • many more • Template or dictionary??
  6. 6. | www.pcsg.co.uk 1 Preparation & Brief 2 Concept Design 3 Developed Design Activities & Spaces Elements Systems Products Facilities 0 Strategic Definition Asset Owner Design Team Main Contractor Sub ContractorEarlier product discussions and detail Opportunity to discuss offer in terms of holistic / lifecycle value Opportunity to discuss offer in terms of system and element value 4 Technical Design 5 Construction 6 Handover & Closeout 7 In Use Asset Owner Increased visibility of performance in use Changing Points of Interaction - information flows Indicative BIM information flow Indicative traditional information flow
  7. 7. | www.pcsg.co.uk Product DNA - information that stays with a product, and is added to through a product’s lifecycle Plain Language Dictionary Product Information Information Requirements Product Data Product & asset lifecycle © 2016 Thompson
  8. 8. | www.pcsg.co.uk Product DNA - information that stays with a product, and is added to through a product’s lifecycle Obtainable Product Information – application & project agnostic Product Application Information – application & project specific (e.g. COBie Type) Installed Product Information – occurrence within a built asset (e.g. COBie Component) © 2016 Thompson Product Production Information – for production & logistics
  9. 9. | www.pcsg.co.uk Product DNA - information that stays with a product, and is added to through a product’s lifecycle Connectivity Requirements Geometry ISO & BS Harmonised European Standards Contribution to asset performance Cost Availability Maintenance Replacement Element, system and product performance Obtainable Product Information Product Application Information Installed Product Information
  10. 10. | www.pcsg.co.uk Technical support Product DNA - information that stays with a product, and is added to through a product’s lifecycle Response Logistics Geometry Test certificates Environmental Product Declarations Contribution to asset performance Warranty Installation details Maintenance schedule Spares, replacement Cost Contact details Obtainable Product Information Product Application Information Installed Product Information
  11. 11. | www.pcsg.co.uk Source Hierarchy 1 hEN Essential Characteristics 3A Mandated 3B Non- mandated Essential requirements from Appendix ZA 2 Standards Requirements Other requirements from BS, ISO, EN standards 3 Industry Standards Industry recognised requirements, e.g. NRM, CIBSE Guide M 4 Industry agreed Industry-agreed, approved by Relevant Authority 5 Client-specificClient-specific requirements 6 User-defined User-defined, not approved by Relevant Authority
  12. 12. | www.pcsg.co.uk Relevant Authorities
  13. 13. | www.pcsg.co.uk Template types User-defined Client-specific Approved • Instant and adaptable • Based mainly on approved terminology • All terminology approved • Client- approved template • All terminology and template approved
  14. 14. | www.pcsg.co.uk Template types Upstream Downstream
  15. 15. | www.pcsg.co.uk Implementation – CPA, BIM4M2, BRE
  16. 16. | www.pcsg.co.uk Product Templates – defining and combining information sets Product Sector Region Specification System Software Platform Lifecycle Stage Actor Outline Template
  17. 17. | www.pcsg.co.uk Priority Group 4 – Industry Agreed approved by a Relevant Authority as suitable terminology Priority Group 2 – Standards Requirements e.g. ISO, EN or BS Priority Group 3 – Industry Standards e.g. CIBSE Guide M, NRM3, CESMM4 Priority Group 1 – Essential Characteristics from Harmonised European Standards Source Source Source Source Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Source Source Source Source Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Information Set Priority Group 6 – User-defined Priority Group 5 – Client-specific Mapping to Core Propertie s Core Properties Mapping TO Core Properties FROM Unique Mapping FROM Core Properties TO Unique Core Properties including IFC and COBie
  18. 18. | www.pcsg.co.uk Priority Group 4 – Industry Agreed approved by a Relevant Authority as suitable terminology Priority Group 2 – Standards Requirements e.g. ISO, EN or BS Priority Group 3 – Industry Standards e.g. CIBSE Guide M, NRM3, CESMM4 Priority Group 1 – Essential Characteristics from Harmonised European Standards BS EN 10210-1 Non-essential characteristics BS EN 10210-1 Essential Characteristics Priority Group 6 – User-defined Priority Group 5 – Client-specific Mapping to Core Propertie s Core Properties Mapping TO Core Properties FROM Unique Mapping FROM Core Properties TO Unique Core Properties including IFC and COBie Geometry Performance Template
  19. 19. | www.pcsg.co.uk Priority Group 4 – Industry Agreed approved by a Relevant Authority as suitable terminology Priority Group 2 – Standards Requirements e.g. ISO, EN or BS Priority Group 3 – Industry Standards e.g. CIBSE Guide M, NRM3, CESMM4 Priority Group 1 – Essential Characteristics from Harmonised European Standards Non-essential characteristics Essential Characteristics Priority Group 6 – User-defined Priority Group 5 – Client-specific Mapping to Core Propertie s Core Properties Mapping TO Core Properties FROM Unique Mapping FROM Core Properties TO Unique Core Properties including IFC and COBie Secure asset information requirements Template
  20. 20. | www.pcsg.co.uk Priority Group 4 – Industry Agreed approved by a Relevant Authority as suitable terminology Priority Group 2 – Standards Requirements e.g. ISO, EN or BS Priority Group 3 – Industry Standards e.g. CIBSE Guide M, NRM3, CESMM4 Priority Group 1 – Essential Characteristics from Harmonised European Standards BS EN 10210-1 Non-essential characteristics BS EN 10210-1 Essential Characteristics Priority Group 6 – User-defined Priority Group 5 – Client-specific Mapping to Core Propertie s Core Properties Mapping TO Core Properties FROM Unique Mapping FROM Core Properties TO Unique Core Properties including IFC and COBie Geometry Performance Template
  21. 21. | www.pcsg.co.uk Priority Group 4 – Industry Agreed approved by a Relevant Authority as suitable terminology Priority Group 2 – Standards Requirements e.g. ISO, EN or BS Priority Group 3 – Industry Standards e.g. CIBSE Guide M, NRM3, CESMM4 Priority Group 1 – Essential Characteristics from Harmonised European Standards Priority Group 6 – User-defined Priority Group 5 – Client-specific Mapping to Core Propertie s Core Properties Mapping TO Core Properties FROM Unique Mapping FROM Core Properties TO Unique Core Properties including IFC and COBie CIBSE Guide M SFG 20 Template NRM 3
  22. 22. | www.pcsg.co.uk • Feedback: productdata@bim4m2.co.uk • Encourage Relevant Authorities Steve.Thompson@pcsg.co.uk @SGThompsonBIM

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