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Session 1.3 semantic asset management in the dutch rail engineering and construction industry (pro rail)

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Session 1.3 semantic asset management in the dutch rail engineering and construction industry (pro rail)

  1. 1. THYMO VAN DEN BRUG | RENE WUBBELS | 12-09-2017 ProRail | SEMANTiCS 2017 CollaborativeCollaborativeCollaborativeCollaborative |||| DataDataDataData drivendrivendrivendriven Engineering | Construction | Asset ManagementEngineering | Construction | Asset ManagementEngineering | Construction | Asset ManagementEngineering | Construction | Asset Management
  2. 2. MENU THYMO VAN DEN BRUG | RENE WUBBELS | 12-09-2017 ProRail | SEMANTiCS 2017 INTRO BIM A IIS USE CASE RAALTE APPEAL AND DISCUSSION COINS
  3. 3. MENU INTRO BIM USE CASE RAALTE APPEAL AND DISCUSSION COINSINTRO
  4. 4. Introduction speakers Program manager BIM | semantic asset management evangelist Thymo van den Brug is program manager BIM at ProRail Asset Management. His goal is to create excellent data with railpartners (Engineering Companies, Contractors, etc.) to become the World Class Asset manager. To transform the rail industry in the Netherlands his team is creating a new digital world based on (open) standards. In his job he loves to create new ways of working, to make happier employees and better data. thymo.vandenbrug@prorail.nl Business information analist | member of the COINS technical management group Rene is a business information analist at ProRail’s IT department. His focus is (semantic) standards for information modelling and information exchange and the systems engineering method. Rene participates in the initiatives of the Building Information Council (Dutch: Bouw Informatie Raad). His goal is a seamless information exchange between (public) asset owner and (private) contractors especially in the engineering and construction phase in the lifecycle of an object. rene.wubbels@prorail.nlRene Wubbels Thymo van den Brug
  5. 5. What we do ManagingManagingManagingManaging stations InformingInformingInformingInforming operators ControllingControllingControllingControlling all rail traffic AllocatingAllocatingAllocatingAllocating the space on the track MaintainingMaintainingMaintainingMaintaining existing rail network ConstructionConstructionConstructionConstruction laying new track, building new stations Introduction ProRail
  6. 6. Infrastructure 12.09312.09312.09312.093 signals 7.219 km7.219 km7.219 km7.219 km of track 56565656 bridges 15151515 tunnels 7.0067.0067.0067.006 switches 2.3682.3682.3682.368 railroad crossings 404404404404 stations 3.434 km3.434 km3.434 km3.434 km network lenght Introduction ProRail
  7. 7. Engineering & construction Infra projects Collaboration platform Asset Information Managing InformationInformation supplyData integration & review BIM as a way of working
  8. 8. MENU INTRO BIM A IIS USE CASE RAALTE APPEAL AND DISCUSSION COINSBIM
  9. 9. BIM Characteristics Characteristics of BIM from an information management perspective • Sharing of information across organisational boundaries • Interoperability Definition: the ability of organisations (and their processes and systems) to share information with their environment effectively and efficient. • Integration • Assumption: The more integrated the better (better information, less costs) Definition: Standardisation of data/information structures and -definitions through the use of the same conceptual model by different data/information sources.
  10. 10. Levels of standardisation Level 0: Non standardisation • agreements on an infra projectlevel; bilateral • 250 infra projects each year • many transformations Level 1: Exchange standards • agreements on a industry level; e.g. COINS • use of libraries (reuse of information/knowledge); e.g. OTL Spoor • less transformations Level 2: Shared conceptual schema • agreements on an industry level • no transformations Our ambition: from level 0 level 1
  11. 11. MENU INTRO BIM USE CASE RAALTE APPEAL AND DISCUSSION COINSCOINS
  12. 12. COINS Constructive Objects and the INtegration of processes and Systems ISO (new working item): Information Container for Data Drop (ICDD) • Container (Information Container) • Semantic model (RDF / OWL)
  13. 13. COINS Container a .CCR file ZIP file with standardised structure BIM folder • (project) data file • Repository folder • semantic models (e.g. COINS core) DOC folder • All kinds of documents WOA folder • (never used in practice)
  14. 14. COINS Core (UML representation) http://www.coinsweb.nl/wiki2/index.php/Coins_2.0_Core_Model
  15. 15. COINS Core characteristics • Generic (scope: Dutch Engineering and Construction Industry) • Extension of the OWL Ontology Structure • Closed World Assumption (CWA) • Cardinality Restriction • Domain Range property • Unique Naming Assumption (UNA) • Functional property
  16. 16. COINS Core a few extensions available • Object Type Libraries • e.g. OTL RWS (Rijkswaterstaat, Dutch Road authority) • e.g. OTL Spoor (under construction) • Reference Frameworks • e.g. RF Systems Engineering (under construction)
  17. 17. COINS Support in its early stages / a small COINS community • COINS software support • COINS API (COINS container creation) • COINS Validator (Schema and data validation) • COINS Navigator (primarily a demonstration tool) • COINS WIKI and Documentation • COINS Governance • BIM loket (Management and support organisation) • TMG COINS (Development organisation)
  18. 18. MENU INTRO BIM USE CASE RAALTE APPEAL AND DISCUSSION COINS USE CASE RAALTE
  19. 19. Use Case participants Engineering company IT company Construction company Dutch Rail authority
  20. 20. Use Case Raalte “Ganzeboomlaan” Level crossing 18.2Level crossing 18.2Level crossing 18.2Level crossing 18.2 “Level crossing 18.2 to be replaced by under crossing” ProRail schematic representation “safety in rural eara” Use Case Raalte “Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9i x1S5kkbyk” Level crossing 18.2Level crossing 18.2Level crossing 18.2Level crossing 18.2
  21. 21. Exchanged Projectdata (instances) • Level crossing 18.2 “Ganzeboomlaan” • Departure sign 128 • Signal 128 • Single switch 123
  22. 22. OTL Spoor (Endpoint) COINS Exchanged Projectdata (three organisations, two ontologies) ProRailMovares Strukton
  23. 23. DATA COINS container RDF DOCDMS OTL Spoor (Endpoint) COINS ProRailMovares Strukton rdf:type rdf:type Exchanged Projectdata (datatyping, container creation and validation) Validation rdf:type
  24. 24. IMX collaboration and integration platform • Data gathering and integration • Data distribution Exchanged Projectdata (data exchange, validation, storage and distribution) DATA COINS container RDF DOCDMS OTL Spoor (Endpoint) COINS rdf:type rdf:type Validation rdf:type ProRailMovares Strukton
  25. 25. IMX collaboration and integration platform • Data gathering and integration • Data distribution Exchanged Projectdata (quering schema and data) DATA COINS container RDF DOCDMS OTL Spoor (Endpoint) COINS rdf:type rdf:type Validation rdf:type ProRailMovares Strukton SPARQL
  26. 26. Exchanged Projectdata (conclusions) IMX collaboration and integration platform • Data gathering and integration • Data distribution DATA COINS container RDF DOCDMS OTL Spoor (Endpoint) COINS rdf:type rdf:type Validation rdf:type ProRailMovares Strukton SPARQL • We succeeded in the exchange of information by using the open semantic standard COINS thus creating semantic interoperability. • Improved data quality through validation early in the exchange process. • Validation of data calls for a closed world and unique naming assumption (CWA, UNA) • Efficiency (less costs) and better adoption of COINS can be improved through better software support. More suppliers, software less technically driven, better user interfaces, hiding complexity from users.
  27. 27. MENU INTRO BIM USE CASE RAALTE APPEAL AND DISCUSSION COINS APPEAL AND DISCUSSION
  28. 28. Appeal to you (members of the semantic community) • Get involved in COINS, increase of the COINS community • http://www.coinsweb.nl/wiki2 • Better software support • More efficiency, Less costs • Better adoption of COINS • A standard for validation of data • Software implementations of SHACL
  29. 29. Discussion

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