What are the possibilities when we talk about IoT (Internet of Things) and BIM (Building Information Modeling)? Well, when we integrate through Forge intelligent models and Microsoft Azure IoT Hub, we can have a world of possibilities and insight with machine learning. In this lecture, you will see how data collected with BIM 360 software to make an inventory were connected with equipment in the building to monitor what was going on and make predictive analysis, in order to cut building maintenance costs. You’ll see how BIM 360 Ops software can be used to open and close maintenance tickets.
- Learn how to use BIM 360 as an IoT hub
- Learn how to use BIM 360 Build to collect data in the BIM 360 Field
- Learn how to link equipment in the building with the BIM model in BIM 360 Docs
- Learn how to make predictive analysis from what you are seeing
Tiago Ricotta is an architect and urban planner. He has a master’s degree in planning and technology and a master’s degree in business administration, project management professional (PMP). He received a Technical Highlight Award for Creativity and Innovation from Autodesk Brazil, and he has 14 years of experience in the architecture, engineering, and construction market. Today he is the Head of Business Development at Brasoftware Informatics, where he is responsible for integrating Microsoft Cloud with Autodesk and other Manufactures products to drive digital transformation in the clients of his company. Ricotta was an Autodesk Revit Gunslinger (2014) and Insider (2018) event participant, an Autodesk University Las Vegas Speaker (2012/2016/2018), and an Autodesk University Brazil speaker (2013/2014/2016), he is an Autodesk Revit Certified Professional. He was the technical responsible for the first LATAM BIM 360 Field / BIM 360 Plan / Building Ops software enterprise agreement contract and implementation.