Laatste BIM Congres - Jeroen Coenders

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Presentation by Jeroen Coenders at "Het Laatste BIM congres", 22 november 2012, in the Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Jeroen Coenders is the computation leader at Arup in Amsterdam and founding leader of the BEMNext Lab at Delft University of Technology. In this presentation Jeroen gives his view on how to get from the current state of technology in the building industry, BIM, to his dream or vision, called BEMNext.

Copyrighted material had to be cropped from this presentation, so it might be a bit shorter than at the conference.

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  • Laatste BIM Congres - Jeroen Coenders

    1. 1. From BIM to BIMNext,from BEM to BEMNextJeroen CoendersAssociate | Computation Leader | Arup | AmsterdamAssistant professor | BEMNext Lab | Delft University of Technology@jeroencoenders
    2. 2. BIM PracticeThe current available software and processes vs. Digital Vision The ideal world for our industry http://www.bouwinformatieraad.nl
    3. 3. BIM PracticeThe current available software and processes vs. Digital Vision The ideal world for our industryHow do we gofrom the practicetowards the vision? http://www.bouwinformatieraad.nl
    4. 4. Digital technologyWhy?
    5. 5. Digital technologyWhy?
    6. 6. Digital technologyWhy?
    7. 7. Digital technologyWhy?
    8. 8. Digital technologyWhy?
    9. 9. Digital technologyWhy?
    10. 10. Digital technologyWhy?
    11. 11. BIMBuilding Information Modeling BIMNext The missing links in Building Information Modeling BEM Built Environment Modeling BEMNext The next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    12. 12. BIMBuilding Information ModelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information ModelingBEMBuilt Environment ModelingBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    13. 13. BIMBuilding Information Modeling Technology 3D modelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information Modeling 3D visualisation Object-oriented modeling Multi-disciplinary models Clash detection 4D modeling – planning integration and construction schedulingBEM Virtual construction 5D – Quantity Take OffBuilt Environment Modeling 2D drawing extraction Simple integration with analysis Exchange standardsBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    14. 14. BIMBuilding Information ModelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information ModelingBEMBuilt Environment ModelingBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    15. 15. BIMBuilding Information Modeling New sectors / areas of applicationBIMNext BIM for design BIM for infrastructureThe missing links in Building Information Modeling BIM for design of multi-disciplinary projects BIM for the construction site New technology BIM for facility management Design systems BIM for asset management Parametric and associative designBEMBuilt Environment Modeling Algorithmic design BIM servers Optimisation Portal technology IntegrationBEMNext Document and workflow management systemsThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    16. 16. BIMBuilding Information ModelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information Modeling ?BEMBuilt Environment Modeling Ease of modelling Accuracy of solutionBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    17. 17. BIMBuilding Information ModelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information ModelingBEMBuilt Environment ModelingBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling FEM model NSP Arnhem
    18. 18. BIMBuilding Information Modeling StructuralComponents The engineer’s approach to digital designBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information ModelingBEMBuilt Environment ModelingBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    19. 19. BIM City models Building informatics Smart cities Sensor technologyBuilding Information Modeling GIS – Geographic Information Systems Immersive and multi-user environments Crowd simulation Multi-disciplinary optimisation Multi-disciplinary simulation Early-stage multi-disciplinary optioneering Augmented reality Urban parametricsBIMNext Virtual reality Intelligent transport systems Serious gaming Smart infrastructureThe missing links in Building Information Modeling Mobile technology Public participation tools Real-time visualisation Collaborative design tools Digital fabrication … Rapid prototyping …BEMBuilt Environment Modeling 3D printing Laser-cutting CNC milling RoboticsBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    20. 20. BIMBuilding Information ModelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information ModelingBEMBuilt Environment ModelingBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    21. 21. BIMBuilding Information ModelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information ModelingBEMBuilt Environment ModelingBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling SimCity 4 – Electronic Arts (c)
    22. 22. BIMBuilding Information Modeling Technology (IT) InfrastructureBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information Modeling High-performance computing Big Data Data analytics Data storage and warehousing Real-time data processing Content Life cycle assessmentBEM Real-time and interactive data visualisation Automation Continuous assessment Large scale optimisation New approaches to analysis, simulation and assessmentBuilt Environment Modeling New digital design approaches Digital regulation SustainabilityBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling SimCity 4 – Electronic Arts (c)
    23. 23. BIMBuilding Information ModelingBIMNextThe missing links in Building Information ModelingBEMBuilt Environment ModelingBEMNextThe next generation of Built Environment Modeling
    24. 24. Open-source tooling initiative to give thebuilding industry the tools to make sustainabledesigns.No reason anymore to not design in asustainable manner!Hosted on Githubhttp://www.sustainability-open.comAvailable end of this yearResearch supported byBouwen met Staal, Tata Steel, Arup, TU Delft
    25. 25. sustainability-open Analysis Assessment Designer Assessment Designer Parameter Analysis Designer Legend Part of the sustainability-open framework Places where plug-ins can be plugged in
    26. 26. sustainability-open Analysis Assessment Designer Assessment Designer parameters Analysis bemnext- steeldesigner Legend Part of the sustainability-open framework bemnext modules Places where plug-ins can be plugged in
    27. 27. sustainability-open bemnext- embodied- energy parameters Assessment bemnext- steeldesigner Assessment Legend Part of the sustainability-open framework bemnext modules Places where plug-ins can be plugged in
    28. 28. sustainability-open bemnext- embodied- energy parameters Assessment bemnext- bemnext- steeldesigner operating- energy Legend Part of the sustainability-open framework bemnext modules Places where plug-ins can be plugged in
    29. 29. sustainability-open bemnext- embodied- energy parameters bemnext-total- energy bemnext- bemnext- steeldesigner operating- energy Legend Part of the sustainability-open framework bemnext modules Places where plug-ins can be plugged in
    30. 30. BIM en digitale innovatievoor de civiele techniek PAO cursus: voorjaar 2013
    31. 31. Thank your for attention!From BIM to BIMNext,from BEM to BEMNextJeroen CoendersAssociate | Computation Leader | Arup | AmsterdamAssistant professor | BEMNext Lab | Delft University of Technology@jeroencoenders
    32. 32. BIM Building Information ModelingThank your for attention! BIMNext The missing links in Building Information ModelingFrom BIM to BIMNext,from BEM to BEMNextJeroen Coenders BEM Built Environment ModelingAssociate | Computation Leader | Arup | AmsterdamAssistant professor | BEMNext Lab | Delft University of Technology@jeroencoenders BEMNext The next generation of Built Environment Modeling

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