The future of Building Information Modeling (BIM) is closed loop lifecycle management (CL2M). With the availability of cost-effective radio frequency identification (RFID) sensors to get real-time data, and automatic receivers linked with databases, we can make use of the Internet of Things (IoT) to enhance the built environment. To use CL2M in projects, we have to start within the design phase (beginning of life), and then use this data in the maintenance phase (middle of life). In this course, we will model and use data for a tunnel design and construct project to ensure the requirements and the lifetime of prestressed parts. With the help of Vault software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, and Navisworks software, you will learn how to make use of real-time sensor data inside of your BIM models. Using these tools, you can implement RFID tags in your design (for example, Dynamic corridor solids with property data) and connect to external databases (in this example, Excel) communicating with sensors used in the field to measure construction requirements and feeding this info back into the lifecycle. This session features Navisworks Manage, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and Vault Professional. AIA Approved
- Understand the importance of real-time data in design workflows
- Understand the principles of CL2M and learn about using it in various projects
- Learn how to use dynamic corridor solids and property data in AutoCAD Civil 3D
- Learn how to use database tools in Navisworks to link real-time data from various sources
Joschy Rausch has a bachelor’s degree in built environment and has been in the civil infrastructure / urban planning industry for more than 9 years. He currently works as Building Information Modeling (BIM) civil coordinator in infrastructure and urban development projects, and is responsible for structured workflows and the integrity of BIM models in project teams for large projects (10-400 km²) for Royal HaskoningDHV. Rausch also teaches various classes globally within his company, ranging from one-on-one coaching and distributing screencasts, to giving the keynote and running in-depth software classes in his company’s annual global designer event (200-plus attendees). His side activities include leading and operating VDC (virtual design and construction) and integrated concurrent engineering (ICE) sessions; providing insight into BIM and product lifecycle management processes through data visualization; developing real-time visualizations based on BIM models; giving real-time presentations of Masterplans (interactive drive through); and developing Oculus Rift models for further enhancement of perception of BIM models.