Journal of Systems Integration, Vol 5, No 2 (2014)

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Metadata and their impact on processes in Building Information Modeling

Vladimir Nyvlt

Abstract


Building Information Modeling (BIM) itself contains huge potential, how to increase effectiveness of every project in its all life cycle. It means from initial investment plan through project and building-up activities to long-term usage and property maintenance and finally demolition. Knowledge Management or better say Knowledge Sharing covers two sets of tools, managerial and technological. Manager`s needs are real expectations and desires of final users in terms of how could they benefit from managing long-term projects, covering whole life cycle in terms of sparing investment money and other resources. Technology employed can help BIM processes to support and deliver these benefits to users. How to use this technology for data and metadata collection, storage and sharing, which processes may these new technologies deploy. We will touch how to cover optimized processes proposal for better and smooth support of knowledge sharing within project time-scale, and covering all its life cycle.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.20470/jsi.v5i2.199

ISSN: 1804-2724

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