1 1 2 November 2018 Novotel Amsterdam City, The Netherlands THEME: Enabling Tomorrow s Connected Infrastructure Mieczyslaw (Mitch) Boryslawki Co-Founder Executive Director EcoDomus
2 While building information modeling (BIM) is widely embraced by the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, BIM adoption in facilities management (FM) is still relatively new and limited. BIM deliverables from design and construction generally do not fulfill FM needs unless they are clearly specified and carefully managed..
3 Bi-Directional Transfer of Meta Data via API Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Oracle Financials, SAP R/3, NetSuite, IFS, Microsoft Dynamics, Infor, etc. Building Information Model (BIM) Autodesk Revit, Bentley AECOsim, Graphisoft ArchiCAD, Tekla, IFCs Geographical Information System (GIS) ESRI ArcGIS, Google Maps, Oracle Spatial Space Management (CAFM/IWMS) Oracle Unifier, TRIRIGA, ARCHIBUS, Planon, Manhattan, etc. Project Management (PM) Oracle Unifier, Procore, PMWeb Aconex, Prolog, e-builder, etc. Maintenance Management (CMMS) IBM Maximo, Oracle Unifier FMRE, FSI, TMA, AssetWorks, Anacle, etc. Building Automation System (BAS) Honeywell EBI, Siemens Apogee, Schneider Electric StruxureWare, OPC, BACnet, etc. Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) Documentum, Alfresco, Lascom, Autodesk A360, Aconex, ProjectWise, etc.
4 ipad EcoDomus Mobile Interface
5 Smart Phone EcoDomus Mobile Interface
6 Client Meta Data Delivery Requirements
7 EMPA/NEST A Living Lab. Exploring the Future of Buildings
8 EMPA/NEST Laser scan of the Mechanical Space
9 EMPA/NEST Digital Model of the Mechanical Space
10 Jump to any location within the building using viewpoints. EcoDomus Interface See the real-time and historical values from the corresponding sensors.
11 Howard Hughes Medical Institute M.Square
12 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Boilers Laboratory Electrical HVAC Chillers IT
13 Howard Hughes Medical Institute META DATA Existing Drawings Laser Scanning Fabrication Models Technical Documentations
14 Howard Hughes Medical Institute
15 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Visualization Information Having the Exhaust System in BIM, separated into colored subsystems (subsystem 100 is purple, subsystem 200 is red), allows the Janelia Facilities Group to easily identify which parts of the system deliver air flow to specific spaces.
16 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Visualization Information Having the Exhaust System in BIM, separated into colored subsystems (subsystem 100 is purple, subsystem 200 is red), allows the Janelia Facilities Group to easily identify which parts of the system deliver air flow to specific spaces.
17 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Visualization Information Having the Exhaust System in BIM, separated into colored subsystems (subsystem 100 is purple, subsystem 200 is red), allows the Janelia Facilities Group to easily identify which parts of the system deliver air flow to specific spaces.
18 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Building Information Model Content Balance of Details, Information and accuracy.
19 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Saturating model with information to provide clear Data visualization
20 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Interconnecting Model with P&ID Diagrams and sensors
21 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Building Information Model (BIM) Environment Classic Database PAST Integrated Database Ecosystem PRESENT FUTURE Lifecycle Oriented Building Information Model Creating Robust Data Structure that can be utilized next years.
22 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Safety in Operation Illustrating Energy Control Procedures (ECP) documents When included in an ECP, this BIM of a chiller can help technicians in the field quickly locate and safely repair equipment.
23 The Facilities Group responsible for the (HHMI) expects any BIM platform to provide value in operations and maintenance. Their BIM vision goes beyond transferring BIM data to computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) and integrated workplace management system (IWMS) platforms. Instead, (HHMI) creates and maintains FM-capable BIM, utilizes the models to solve operational challenges and improves safety and efficiency in various ways, including engineering analysis for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), electrical and plumbing; building automation systems (BAS) analysis; operational impact analysis; and BIM-aided operation safety. Grace Wang, Mark Philip and Mark McKinley
24 Driven by its BIM vision, the Facilities Group maintains a BIM strategic planning process to prioritize organizational goals and establish BIM objectives for planning, design, construction and operation. This detailed planning process helps the Group achieve improved clarity of key BIM competencies and priorities. Janelia developed a BIM roadmap with actionable tasks and defined milestones. The Facilities Group is working on a Construction Operations Building information exchange (COBie)-based BIM and CMMS integration, as well as utilizing BIM for space management. The Group also is exploring shutdown scheduling via 4D simulation of shutdown impacts on related systems, asset management integration to enable asset allocation and tracking and visualization of condition assessment information. Grace Wang, Mark Philip and Mark McKinley
25 Thank you. Questions? Mieczyslaw (mitch) Boryslawki Co-Founder Executive Director EcoDomus USA EU UAE