Building Information Modelling or Building Information Management (abbreviated to BIM) is the process of creating and managing data about a building throughout its lifecycle. BIM is fundamentally a digital model that represents a physical and functional object together with its characteristics. It serves as an open database of information about a building for its construction and operation throughout its lifecycle, and enables the effective sharing of information among all participants in the construction process.
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The exchange and sharing of building information and data between applications developed by various software producers uses the IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) open file format developed by the international buildingSMART association. It is a text file that can easily be used for transferring data between various applications.
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Here is an overview of minimum and recommended requirements for the smooth running of Bim.Point.
Minimum System Requirements:
• Internet connection
• web browser WebGL (compliance test http://get.webgl.org/)
Recommended System Requirements:
• Internet connection 15 mbit/s
• web browser WebGL, Google Chrome (compliance test http://get.webgl.org/)
• dedicated video card 512MB (not integrated into the motherboard)
• 8GB RAM
• processor Intel i3 3. generation
ČSN ISO 16739 Data Format Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) for sharing data in the construction industry and in facility management. Prague: Czech Office for Standards, Metrology and Testing, August 2014. 4 pages + CD ROM. Classification mark 73 0109.
Přehledná tabulka základních FM parametrů pro BIM model (pro fázi projektu DSPS)
Koncepce zpracována z pohledu vlastníka budovy pro účely její správy a provozu. Definované požadavky a principy jsou formulovány za účelem využití BIM pro Facility management ČSOB.