A summary of the questions within this post include; Why is there a need for PAS 1192-3 and the Asset Information Model (AIM)? Why was there a need to develop 1192-3? Why is PAS 1192-3 crucial to achieving Building Information Modelling … Continue reading Why is there a need for #PAS1192-3 and the Asset Information Model (#AIM)?
There are a number of questions posed within this topic which cover the following areas; what is the definition of a volume and volume strategy; additionally what is a clash, what clash types are there and what is the difference … Continue reading #BS1192 considerations to understand when developing a Volume Strategy and #clashdetection.
Why is COBie so complicated and how can it be improved? When considering the question whether the industry is “ready for Construction Operations Building information exchange (COBie)” this journal will consider what ‘the industry’ is and the potential issues surrounding … Continue reading Is the industry really ready for #COBie?
What are the advantages that can be gained from utilising the BS1192:2007 (note: amended from PAS1192:2007 in original question) processes and what problems may arise from doing so? (Note: this text refers to the previous iteration of BS 1192:2007+A1 and … Continue reading Utilising BS 1192:2007 #BIM processes
Enjoyed this recent discussion regarding the definition of verification and validation held on the 30.10.16 on Twitter. I have placed an ‘A’ next to author of tweet. It appears that Graham Stewart has the final definitive word due to the … Continue reading #BIM validation vs verification – who can validate and who can verify?
In order to examine this question a number of definitions are required; ‘we’ will need to be defined, a clarification on the role of the data ‘caretaker’ is addressed and who performs this role will be critically considered. Further to … Continue reading Who do we want the #BIM data ‘caretakers’ to be?