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The Road to Level 3 #COMIT2017

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Presentation by Mark Bew at the 2017 COMIT Annual Conference 'Mobilising Digital Assets', to be held at The Building Centre in London on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th of May 2017.
More information: http://www.comit.org.uk/live-blog-comit2017

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The Road to Level 3 #COMIT2017

  1. 1. Mark Bew MBE UK Government – Building A New World
  2. 2. Introduction
  3. 3. 1934 1944 1994 1998 2015 Since 1934 c70 reports have been issued on UK construction efficiency 2011 Introduction 2016 ► Benchmarking ► Procurement Methods ► Government Soft Landings ► DfMA / Manufacturing ► Intelligent Client ► Fiscal Constraint ► Increasing Productivity
  4. 4. DBB – Work Plan
  5. 5. What is BIM?
  6. 6. What is Level 1 BIM? • Drawings • Schedules • Programmes • Bills of Quantities • Letters • Emails • Social Media • Calculations • Video
  7. 7. What is Level 2 BIM?
  8. 8. Regulation & Standards BSIBSI Technical ComunitiesTechnical Comunities HMGHMG MarketsMarkets Regulatory technology, also known as "RegTech" is using technology, particularly information technology, in the context of regulatory monitoring, reporting and compliance benefiting, in the immediate future, the finance industry but is equally applicable to other sectors RegTech companies aim on finding solutions that address regulatory compliance challenges through technological innovation. Usually these companies utilise the cloud through software-as-a-service. What is Level 3 BIM – 3 Options?
  9. 9. Push & Pull 1 2 3 4 5 N N N MC LD E S ME ME Tier1Tier2Tier3Tier N E S Portfolio Mgt PPM PUSH SIDE – SUPPLY CHAIN PULL SIDE- CLIENT MAC1 MAC2 E P OPS Push Pull
  10. 10. Level 2 BIM “Package” ► PAS1192:2 Capital Delivery ► PAS1192:3 Operational Delivery ► BS1192:4 Data Structure ► Data Classification ► Digital Plan of Works (Levels of Data Detail) ► PAS1192:5 Security ► BIM Contract Protocol ► Government Soft Landings
  11. 11. Departmental Engagement · Departmental Strategies · Early Adopters · Sustained Embedded Change · Implementation Plan · EIR · Tender Documents · Scoring Process · Framework Training · Framework Support Case Study - MoJ
  12. 12. Where is the value?
  13. 13. Level 2 City “Package” ► PAS 180 - Vocabulary ► PAS 181 – SC Concept Model – Guide to establishing a model for data interoperability ► PAS 182 - Smart city concept model ► PAS 183 – Guide to establishing a decision framework for sharing data and information services ► PAS 184 - (Smart Cities – Guide to developing project proposals for delivering smart city solutions) ► PAS 185 – SC – Security Mindedness ► PD 8100 – SC Overview – Guide ► PD 8101 – SC Guide to the role of the Planning & Development Process
  14. 14. BIM & (Smart) Cities
  15. 15. Level 2 - Manufacturing www.bim-level2.org/en/guidancewww.constructionprducts.org.uk
  16. 16. Level 2 Achievements
  17. 17. Level 2 Achievements
  18. 18. Japan MoU: 2017/18 Indonesia, Vietnam – support from Prosperity Growth & Development Middle East / Asia Pac: 2017/18 EU Public Procurement Directive 10 >> 22 nations Grow market alignment to UK Level 2 – Opening Markets Defend investment and grow trade MoU with Brazil, Chile, Mexico (2017) FCO Support Trade Development International Programme Latin America Asia European Union
  19. 19. Level 3 – Functional Improvements http://digital-built-britain.com/
  20. 20. What is BIM?
  21. 21. Level 3 – Functional Improvement ► Demands of Customers ► Buildings and Communities ► Feedback & Systematic Learning
  22. 22. DBB – Technical Aspects Summary ► The (eco) system architecture for Level 3 BIM and beyond is likely to be based on a distributed Web services architecture, with some aspects of hosting being compatible with open, but trusted reference data libraries and linked data to provide the basis for processing based on model views subject to state, purpose and security. ► Transitioning to this object architecture will be a significant undertaking, from the existing file based approach ► The goal is for the information architecture to be integrated and extensible to adjacent domains and to enable service delivery models that interact with and exchange information transparently through secure means ► The DBB programme aims to propose and oversee the definition of an information architecture and systems architecture framework. This will involve element of international collaboration and standardisation ► From a research and development perspective there are some areas that do not appear to be sufficiently mature to enable inclusion in the model. These include but are not limited to: ► Engineering grade technology for distributed linking dataset hosting, analytics and management: ► Graph and linked data stores with combined data models ► Distributed model dataset version control (Methods and Integrity) ► Ontological Tools ► Methods for data evidenced transactions, based on contractual commitments ► Integrity of transactions underpinned by Distributed Ledger technologies ► Information negotiation and exchange by context (context may include security, policy and the semantic needs resulting from the specific actor relationships) ► Data Integration techniques with other domain models (Geospatial, Smart City, Utilities including Energy, Industrial Control and Measurement, including sensors, SCADA, IoT etc) ► Incorporating likely future trends eg Quantum
  23. 23. Level 3 – Data Management
  24. 24. DBB – Transaction Technologies CollaborativeCo-operative Trans-active Disruptive Uber FM Block Chain 2.0 BL - EPOS Social Media
  25. 25. Dependency Analytics Asset Operations Management Open Data - data.gov Maintenance Portfolio Management Smart City Strategy Portfolio Management Smart Grid Strategy D ependency A nalytics U singB IG D ata W ater Pow er B uildings People Interoperable Cross Sector Smart Cities & Grids Red titles indicate integration with existing sector “Industrial Strategies” Transportation Open Source & Data to Encourage innovation and growth in the technology, HPC and Build Environment Markets Performance Management Operational Activity Building Information Modelling © Bew 2013 Design & Construction Portfolio Management Smart City Strategy Capital Delivery 5 N N N IP Data Occ Data 4 3 2 1 0 Asset Performance Management Operation & Performance X Key Formal Data Exchange Key Business Driver (Decision) Level 3 – Smart – BIG?
  26. 26. Applications
  27. 27. Applications
  28. 28. Remote Patient Monitoring Market To Double By 2016
  29. 29. Mark Bew MBE UK Government – Building A New World

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