We meet infrastructure requirements:
modular, fitting, powerful.

 

Object data
what and how

Utilise object data more efficiently

The basis of Building Information Management is that the information on a building or asset is acquired and managed as object data.

The more accessible, independent, and dynamic information is filed, managed, and correlated, the more efficient and fast its evaluation and application becomes.

In object data management, information is universalised, meaning it is separated from its source medium (paper-plans, -quotes, -invoices, -contracts and so on) and managed digitally – independent of context and decentralised.

Because these sources and documents can vary greatly (paper, mail, digital), it is vitally important to make the digitalisation of object data dynamic and flexible but, above all else, platform-independent, valid, and loss-less.

An intelligent solution for this is the use of Open Standards and methods co-developed by Gobar.

Focus on Open Standards.

The methods used by Gobar Consulting Group are always based on Open Standards and have been certified by (inter)national institutes such as ISO.

These standards are designed to ensure the interoperability of digital information and agreements during information exchanges. For the implementation of these standards the information management utilises uniform exchange agreements and data transfer in Open Standard.

This also applies to updates of the asset- and facility-management data bases.

 

Open. Frank. Consistent.

The latest BIM evolutions take the ever changing demands and needs of modern information management into account – asset management increasingly employs Open Standards and information models.

These specific open BIM-methods are targeted at clients who have various information systems and data structures at their disposal. Open BIM-standards offer a perfectly universal and powerful structure to facilitate ideal information transfer.

Gobar compiles a perfectly coordinated combination of a construction's various data structures, matching it precisely to project, client, function and life cycle of the respective structure or project.

 

Data transfer for asset- and facility-management.

Our methods were developed based on the idea that BIM, GIS, system engineering, and life cycle information should be perfectly combinable.

With our help, the various forms of information are tied into a comprehensive, intelligently structured package. This is then upgraded continually and all data and files are combined intelligently and feasibly.

This fundamental information structure adheres to the so-called COINS-standard and can therefore be applied to all major construction projects. The comprehensive package is transmitted to the client digitally and periodically, in form of an attachment inside an IDM-report. The client can then use the individual components and forward the relevant files to various information systems.

 

 

Benefits
  • First-class, sustainable, and complete object data supply across the entire life cycle of a structure
  • Continued use of existing information systems and inventory information (platform independent)
  • Methods adapt continually to information needs and support all types of inventory information
  • Clients create uniform structures, defined processes, responsibilities, and regular communication at the contractor interfaces
  • The use of 3D software is not necessary