Facility Life Cycle
Airports, hospitals, office buildings and many other facilities today require complex decision-making throughout all phases of design, construction and operations. Constantly changing conditions require stakeholders to have the most accurate, relevant information to make intelligent decisions. Static documents, in printed or digital format, are a snapshot in time that starts to be outdated the moment it is created. This stale information quickly mixes with new information and decision makers no longer have complete, accurate visibility into the active design project or their portfolio of facilities. Living BIM solves all this. It is possible to push BIM beyond a static model of information. It can become an engine that is continuously capturing live data about the facility that can be shared to the appropriate people to make timely decisions.
We are used to thinking about airplanes and transportations as dynamic. On the other hand planning documents for design, construction and operations are trapped in static files, as master planning documents on a shelf, static PDFs or other static information. The needs of buildings are constantly shifting and changing.
How is it possible to forecast what is needed in the next 10 years and then bake it into a PDF or printed document?
Living BIM planning combines technologies that enable live BIM planning with architects and planners input that are capable of changing the product from a static plan to one that can continue to live and evolve as changes happen. The provides owners with continuous insight into their facility needs and provides a foundation for interacting with projects, life cycle management, security planning and other uses.
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Data drives decisions. As data changes decisions need adjusting. Why stop at a static plan? The ONUMA System captures raw data, and combined decisions from owners, architects, engineers and planners to deliver a dynamic living BIM.
The power of Living BIM, combining architectural /planning services
with technology for transportation planning.
No solution is an island....
A free plug in for Archicad enables the linking of ONUMA System to Archicad BIMs.
A webservices connection between Attainia and ONUMA enables Attainia equipment data to flow into ONUMA and Revit.
BIMObjects has catalogued all the SEPS 1691 Medical Equipment objects in Archicad, Revit, SketchUp and IFC.
A free plug in for NavisWorks enables the linking of SEPS standards to NavisWorks through ONUMA.
ONUMA System can import data and automatically create BIMs of program requirements
A free plug in for Revit enables the linking of Revit to ONUMA.
A free plug in for SketchUp enables the linking of SketchUp to ONUMA
3D Warehouse has catalogued all the SEPS 1691 Medical Equipment objects in SketchUp.
Ultimately this supports better outcomes for the end users of facilities.
This process is built on a foundation of connections that enable communication with other systems.
Open standards for the web as well as BIM, GIS and FM.
Maximum flexibility to create, connect and publish data.