Connecting PAS 14191 to EN ISO 23386 & 23387 standards The construction industry is incomparably complex, fragmented and siloed. Almost every business in construction often works quite independently [...]
In recent years, different organisations have developed data models that are gradually being adopted across the construction sector to facilitate data exchange and accelerate the digital transformation. In this article we will compare the two most prevalent approaches and consider the pros and cons of applying them on industry level. The first approach is the use of classification systems to digitise information about construction objects. The second alternative is Data Templates proposed by the standardisation bodies ISO and CEN for use in Building Information Modelling.
FAQ about the newly published EN ISO 23386 Standard and their answers March 2020 saw the arrival of a new standard - EN ISO [...]
The new standard EN ISO 23386 adopted in Cobuilder Define After more than 3 years of work, the construction industry has finally received a [...]
A major step forward for BIM Standardisation - EN ISO 23386 published At Cobuilder we have been focusing a great deal of our communication around the development of [...]
DSCiBE Munich meeting - key takeaways for non-technical people This 5th edition of the Digital Supply Chains in Built Environment (DSCiBE) workshop was held at the IBM Watson IoT centre in Munich on the [...]
IFC plus Data Templates – the right recipe for interoperable data We experience confusion in the market regarding how manufacturers should be using IFC. This is partly because ‘BIM community’ terms like IFC, IFD, [...]
Today, within the construction sector procurement is a slow, labour-intensive and generally cumbersome process. This is because digital marketplaces are just coming into existence.