keynote Beyond BIM 2015 (Ghent)

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Key note presentation Beyond BIM 2015, Ghent Belgium.
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  • Context
    Steden groeien: in 2050 leeft 70% van de bevolking in steden (nu 50%).
    Leefbaarheid, mobiliteit, gezondheid, energie, middelen, voorzieningen en alle processen die daarmee samenhangen moeilijker (beschikbaar) worden vanwege de toenemende concentratie bewoners in de stad.

    Er is in een stad een grote verscheidenheid aan domeinen die onderling verbonden/afhankelijk van elkaar zijn. Voorbeelden!
    Elk domein heeft een eigen infrastructuur, systemen en diensten voor de burgers. Voorbeelden!

    De verantwoordelijkheden binnen de stadsprocessen zullen veranderen: ze zijn niet meer top-down aan te sturen, ze worden meer een gezamenlijke verantwoordelijkheid, niet 1 partij is op zichzelf aansprakelijk voor het geheel
    De maatschappelijke uitdagingen van de stad kunnen niet langer sectoraal worden opgelost, maar vragen een integrale crossdomein aanpak.

    Integraliteit zorgt voor nieuwe uitdagingen op het gebied van data security (o.a. privacy) en data governance (wie is eigenaar, wie besluit wat er mee mag).

  • Client has the operational data. Doesn’t need a handover from design/construct phase.
  • keynote Beyond BIM 2015 (Ghent)

    1. 1. BEYOND BIM Léon van Berlo
    2. 2. “Want we bouwen aan de toekomst, we leven voor elkaar”
    3. 3. WHAT IS BIM?
    4. 4. WHAT IS BIM? TECHNOLOGY, OR A PROCESS?
    5. 5. WHAT IS BIM?
    6. 6. HOLY GRAIL: CONNECTING EVERYTHING TO BIM Beyond BIM
    7. 7. The backside of the future: Todays practise
    8. 8. “Voorlopig gaan we nog even door Op het lichtend pad het verkeerde spoor”
    9. 9. 1998 (?) “SHARED DATA MODEL” shared data model
    10. 10. COMMON MISCONCEPTION: Shared data model is NOT equal to: Shared data(base) Shared BIM model instance Shared data model comes from the need to share/distribute data in a standardized way…. “let’s agree this is a door” shared data model == creating agreements (interoperability)
    11. 11. SO WHAT IS BIM? Beyond BIM
    12. 12. BIM == DATA Beyond BIM
    13. 13. 2008: BIMSERVER.ORG  IFC DATABASE
    14. 14. 2010/11: NATIONAL BIMSERVER PILOT
    15. 15. 2012: REPORT
    16. 16. “THERE IS NO CENTRAL MODEL” (IN A MULTI DISCIPLINE PROJECT)
    17. 17. DENMARK 2006:
    18. 18. NL 2012:
    19. 19. FOUND CONCLUSION: WORKING (LIVE) IN A ‘CENTRAL’ BIM HAS MORE DOWNSIDES THAN ADVANTAGES. (OWNERSHIP OF OBJECTS, LEGAL ASPECTS, BIM MANAGER, CHANGE REQUESTS, ETC...)
    20. 20. “CENTRALIZING BIM STIMULATES WRONG BEHAVIOUR”
    21. 21. THE REAL QUESTIONS ARE: WHAT DO I NEED TO DO MY JOB? WHAT DO OTHERS NEED FROM ME TO DO THEIRS?
    22. 22. HOW ABOUT ALL THESE “CLOUD BIM” PLATFORMS?
    23. 23. “Open API” “Platform” “Extendable”
    24. 24. ISLAND!
    25. 25. Listoffeaturesontheleft Comparison of ‘islands’
    26. 26. THE SITUATION “integration is nót about sitting on the same island” You can only use the features of your island No crossing over to the other island for that one cool feature they have! No integration of features between islands! More on bimbots.org
    27. 27. BIM BOTS: DECENTRALIZING FEATURES Niche tools connecting to each other Getting the data to flow Connecting the dots! Beyond BIM
    28. 28. THE BUSINESS Automating tasks Individual applications; not dependence on a ‘platform’ Can be closed source / ask money for specific features Can be more than one per topic (competition) Is centralized for the bot provider (big data analyses) This: Creates a new market for niche appliations (you don’t have to choose an island anymore; combine features) Takes advantage of the fragmented nature of the industry Open approach instead of getting everyone on one island
    29. 29. EXAMPLE:
    30. 30. URBAN ECO-SYSTEM Services ICT System Physical Infrastructure Services ICT System Physical Infrastructure Services ICT System Physical Infrastructure Services ICT System Physical Infrastructure Services ICT System Physical Infrastructure Services ICT System Physical Infrastructure Security domain Environment domain Energy domain Mobility domain Buildings domain Health domain EVERY DOMAIN UNIQUE
    31. 31. DATA DRIVEN INDUSTRY Many many (!) more data in the (near) future From many different sources Even ‘shared data model’ will be impossible in the near future IFC is ‘one’ of the many dataformats
    32. 32. AMSTERDAM ARENA “Data driven operations” “Living BIM” Working with information about traffic information, weather reports, seating availability, parking gate, beer taps, heating and cooling, automatic doors, fire system, temperature, waiting lines, video cameras (!), etc...
    33. 33. ANOTHER EXAMPLE: PROCESS MINING
    34. 34. SUPPLIERS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=878Kb_zaAFY Beyond BIM
    35. 35. RIJKSVASTGOEDBEDRIJF NL https://vimeo.com/99710868 Beyond BIM
    36. 36. PRECAST SUPPLIER Beyond BIM
    37. 37. Beyond BIM
    38. 38. ADVANCED MODELCHECKING
    39. 39. CHARTING Beyond BIM
    40. 40. BIM ON A CONSTRUCTION SITE?
    41. 41. BIM PRINT Beyond BIM
    42. 42. FLOORPLANGENERATOR Beyond BIM
    43. 43. BIM AND GEO INFO
    44. 44. 2D MAP AS A START…
    45. 45. USING PROPERTIES FROM THE DATA
    46. 46. Using even more properties…
    47. 47. EXAMPLE: COMPARE DESIGN / ENGINEERING Contractor and lime stone supplier Comparing models 08 April 2015Collaborative design and engineering with IFC in the Netherlands
    48. 48. SO….. Beyond BIM
    49. 49. DON’T HIDE Many data are available A holistic system view will be obsolete the moment it is born There will always be more to link/add/integrate How about your data? Integrated Venue Platform
    50. 50. THINK ABOUT YOUR DATA “MY INFORMATION AGENDA” (MIA) Beyond BIM
    51. 51. AND NO, IT WON’T BE SIMPLE OR EASY Beyond BIM
    52. 52. CONNECT THE DOTS Beyond BIM
    53. 53. your data tools tools
    54. 54. THANK YOU FOR YOUR QUESTIONS
    55. 55. LÉON VAN BERLO I do BIM stuff Carpenter  Architectural Engineer  “Researcher” H-index: 9 @berlotti - leon.vanberlo@tno.nl Open source BIM collective; BIMserver.org; CloudBIM; BIM Quickscan®; BIM compass; BIM Execution plan generator; BIM Quality Blocks; geoBIM.org; bullshitbim.com; National BIM Guidelines NL; Board member Stumico
    56. 56. NETHERLANDS ORGANISATION FOR APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TNO Helmond Eindhoven Rijswijk Delft Leiden The Hague Zeist Utrecht Groningen Soesterberg
    57. 57. INTERNATIONAL OFFICES / AGENCIES Offices Agencies
    58. 58. THE POWER OF TNO FROM IDEA TO INNOVATION
    59. 59. TNO IN NUMBERS Number of employees (effective average) Consolidated turnover 3.276 € 564 million
    60. 60. INDEPENDENT OBJECTIVE KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION READ: “I HAVE NOTHING TO SELL”

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