This book presents how Building Information Modeling (BIM) and the use of shared representation of built assets facilitate design, construction and operation processes (ISO 19650). The modeling of public works data disrupts the art of construction. Written by both academics and engineers who are heavily involved in the French research project Modélisation des INformations INteropérables pour les INfrastructues Durables (MINnD) as well as in international standardization projects, this book presents the challenges of BIM from theoretical and practical perspectives. It provides knowledge for evolving in an ecosystem of federated models and common data environments, which are the basis of the platforms and data spaces.
BIM makes it possible to handle interoperability very concretely, using open standards, which lead to openBIM. The use of a platform allows for the merging of business software and for approaches such as a Geographic Information System (GIS) to be added to the processes.
In organizations, BIM meets the life cycles of structures and circular economy. It is not only a technique that reshapes cooperation and trades around a digital twin but can also disrupt organizations and business models.
1. Disruptive Technology and Economic Issues, Régine Teulier and Marie Bagieu.
2. 3D Engineering and Lifecycle Management of Manufactured Products, Benoît Eynard, Alexandre Durupt, Matthieu Bricogne, and Julien Le Duigou.
3. Interoperability Through Standards: IFC, Concepts and Methods, Pierre Benning and Claude Dumoulin.
4. Structuring Information for the Digital Twin, Ana Roxin, Christophe Castaing, and Charles-Édouard Tolmer.
5. Complex Systems Modeling Approaches, Ana Roxin and Christophe Castaing.
6. Building Information Modeling and Lean Construction, Lauri Koskela, Saeed Talebi, Algan Tezel, and Patricia Tzortzopoulos.
7. Building Information Modeling for Existing Buildings – Deconstruction Planning and Management, Rebekka Volk.
8. BIM, GIS: Complementarity and Convergence, Hervé Halbout, François Robida, and Mojgan A. Jadidi.
Régine Teulier is an associate researcher at the i3-CRG (UMR CNRS 9217, École Polytechnique, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Palaiseau), France. Her research interests concern the knowledge and cooperation processes through the observation of practices. Since 2007, she has participated in the Communic and MINnD projects.
Marie Bagieu is an engineer and has a doctorate in physical sciences. She is director of educational innovation at Builders École d’Ingénieurs, France, and is a member of the steering committee of the EduBIM network, an offshoot of the MINnD collaborative research project.
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