Digital transformation is influencing the strategy to develop virtual repository able to collect data from different disciplines and domains in a useful way for the building lifecycle. In this framework, Building Information Modelling (BIM) can be the innovative methodology to optimize the overall workflow including a proper definition and management of geometrical and alphanumerical contents. The article aims to investigate the meaning of standardization according to specific model uses that goes through the identification of the owner’s objectives and their operational declination by means of a defined protocol of activities and tailor-made solutions. The study presents a progressive increasing of the complexity of the BIM process, which, starting from the definition of an As-is model, is enriched through the integration with other data domains and improves its usability through customized virtual experiences.

BIM model uses through BIM methodology standardization / Barbero, Andrea; Del Giudice, Matteo; Ugliotti, Francesca Maria; Osello, Anna. - ELETTRONICO. - (2021), pp. 35-41. ((Intervento presentato al convegno European Conference on Product and Process Modeling (ECPPM) 2020-2021 tenutosi a Moscow nel 15-17 September, 2021 [10.1201/9781003191476-5].

BIM model uses through BIM methodology standardization

Barbero, Andrea;Del Giudice, Matteo;Ugliotti, Francesca Maria;Osello, Anna
2021

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Digital transformation is influencing the strategy to develop virtual repository able to collect data from different disciplines and domains in a useful way for the building lifecycle. In this framework, Building Information Modelling (BIM) can be the innovative methodology to optimize the overall workflow including a proper definition and management of geometrical and alphanumerical contents. The article aims to investigate the meaning of standardization according to specific model uses that goes through the identification of the owner’s objectives and their operational declination by means of a defined protocol of activities and tailor-made solutions. The study presents a progressive increasing of the complexity of the BIM process, which, starting from the definition of an As-is model, is enriched through the integration with other data domains and improves its usability through customized virtual experiences.
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