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IBM BIM and Maximo: Values for Owners and Operators

IBM BIM and Maximo: Values for Owners and Operators

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Speakers: Kawan Park and Derek Fu, IBM

Overview: With rapid worldwide BIM (Building Information Modelling) adoption, more owners and operators are taking advantage of the BIM data in operation and maintenance cycle of their assets. This session will cover an overview of how Maximo leverages BIM to create additional values for the owners and operators.

Speakers: Kawan Park and Derek Fu, IBM

Overview: With rapid worldwide BIM (Building Information Modelling) adoption, more owners and operators are taking advantage of the BIM data in operation and maintenance cycle of their assets. This session will cover an overview of how Maximo leverages BIM to create additional values for the owners and operators.

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IBM BIM and Maximo: Values for Owners and Operators

  1. 1. Building Information Modeling(BIM) and Maximo: Values for Owners and Operator Feb 12th, 2018 Speakers: Kawon Park – IBM Maximo Offering Manager Derek Fu – IBM Watson IoT WW Technical Consultant FMMUG18 :: Seattle 1
  2. 2. FMMUG18 :: Seattle 2 IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract.The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here. Please note
  3. 3. FMMUG18 :: Seattle 3 Overview  Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a global trend that affects projects across the industries.  More IBM Maximo customers will adopt BIM and it is important to understand the value of BIM and how it relates to the operation of maintenance system like Maximo.  This session design to give you some basic ideas on BIM’s value and experience sharing how BIM can create if used together with Maximo.
  4. 4. FMMUG18 :: Seattle 4 Agenda • What is Building Information Modeling? Why do we care? • What’s behind the scene and the eco-system around BIM • Q & A
  5. 5. FMMUG18 :: Seattle 5 What is Building Information Modeling(BIM)? Why do we care?
  6. 6. What do you see? FMMUG18 :: Seattle 6 DataVisualization Process Collaboration *. A model taken from UCSF Health presentation at Autodesk University 2017 “UCSF Health: BIM4FM Revit 2017 Integrated Maximo 7.6 Lifecycle”
  7. 7. What is Building Information Modeling? FMMUG18 :: Seattle 7 Building Information Modeling is a process involving the collaborative production & management of digital representations (in 3D models) of the physical and functional characteristics of a facility or asset. Building information modeling (BIM) is a process involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places. Building information models (BIMs) are files (often but not always in proprietary formats and containing proprietary data) which can be extracted, exchanged or networked to support decision-making regarding a building or other built asset. - Wikipedia
  8. 8. Why do we care? - Imagining construction’s digital future1 FMMUG18 :: Seattle 8 BIM provides data and visualization that IBM can utilize to create additional values for customers 1. Cost and schedule overruns are the norm in the construction sector 2. Labor productivity has not kept pace with overall productivity 3. Low and volatile profitability for engineering and construction companies  Fixing the basics no easy task  Technical challenges specific to the industry  Projects are even more complex and larger in scale  Each project is unique Issues within construction Causes “The McKinsey Global Institute estimates that the world will need to spend $57 trillion on infrastructure by 2030 to keep up with global GDP growth1” “The situation is rapidly changing, however, since construction-technology firms have garnered $10 billion in investment funding from 2011 through early 2017 2”
  9. 9. BIM in Construction should follow through to…… …….. BIM in FM To optimise value to the client and the contractor Design Construction Handover FM
  10. 10. BIM is not just about buildings FMMUG18 :: Seattle 10 We have engaged in multiple industries including Transportation, Education, Healthcare, Service Providers, Government, Utilities, etc
  11. 11. IBM Market Point-of-View FMMUG18 :: Seattle 11 Data & Visualization drive values Beneficiaries of BIM1 – Owners, planners, realtors, appraisers, mortgage bankers, designers, engineers, occupational health providers, environmentalist, contractors, lawyers, contract officers, subcontractors, fabricators, code officials, operators, risk managers, renovators, first responders and demolition contractors 1 National BIM standard- United States, National Institute of Building Sciences
  12. 12. BIM Integration for Maximo was available since Feature pack 7.6.0.6 FMMUG18 :: Seattle 12 Two apps were added to support BIM Integration BIM Projects – COBie import • Configure global COBie and Maximo settings to streamline the data import process • Manage BIM projects directly from one location • Manage the building commissioning process and the update of all your Maximo assets and locations Manage BIM Viewer - 3rd party viewer • Integrate a 3rd party viewer with Maximo to view your building in 3D • Create or review service requests and job plans for assets directly in the viewer
  13. 13. Sample BIM Imported Structure + 3D Viewer FMMUG18 :: Seattle 13 Viewer API is available to enable customer choice of a viewer
  14. 14. Why use BIM integration for Maximo FMMUG18 :: Seattle 14 BIM integration improves customer operational efficiencies and provides the bases for visualization and further capabilities in the IoT era Save time and cost (Data integration) Accelerated schedules and reduced costs on transfer of the building data at hand-over and at the time of commissioning of a building Improve information management(Data integration) Availability and accuracy of building information will assist operations, maintenance, and communication Visualization 3D viewer provides efficient operations, reduced risks, and operational costs and rich context by providing accurate graphical representation of the assets Reduced time and improved accuracy in loading Asset Register into FM system Improved overall management of asset throughout lifecycle Architects/ Engineers gain visibility to actual building performance Reduced cost and lead time for renovation Reduced labor and improved accuracy in building commissioning Reduced time to plan and assign work orders Owner / operator data requirements communicated to design build process EAM/ IWMS/ FM
  15. 15. What’s behind the scenes and eco system around BIM FMMUG18 :: Seattle 15
  16. 16. Typical Lifecycle Process Concept Design Prelim Design Detail Design Procure / receive materials Build Manage Gather requirements Concept Design Detail Design Procure / receive materials Build Manage Gather Requirements Prelim Design BIM allows you to collaborate throughout the lifecycle, get information earlier, and upload asset information even before the building is completed. Current processes are typically serial, non-collaborative and ‘over the wall’.
  17. 17. Hand-over challenges 17  Define what data is required for operations and how it is to be used  Provide the organization's data standards  Get the hand-over data requirements into the BIM Execution plan  Capture the required data as its generated not at the end of the projects  Make the data available to the owner when you have it  Review Design for Maintainability  What equipment has perfumed well in the owners environment? (From the product catalog)  Is access to the equipment adequate and safe?  Is there sufficient space around the equipment to work  Communicate the capabilities of operational systems such as CAFM and IWMS TIME Planning Design Construction OperationsPHASE ROLE TOOL Contractor OEM Architect/Engineer Operator Design Tools Operational Systems Operator INFORMATION Goal: Close this gap Connecting Roles and Tools helps eliminate information loss  Lack of understanding of the data required for operations  Lack of understanding of the capabilities and needs of the operational systems (CAFM, IWMS, BCS)  Construction and commissioning information is not communicated to owner  Portfolio vs project approach The building operator should have a representative on the BIM team. They should
  18. 18. 18 Data exchange during construction Bid Model • Equipment make and model Installation • Asset Tag – What item is install at each location? Commissioning • Installation data • Warrantee start data • Asset Tag • Commissioning issues Owner FM teams participates in commissioning process. CAFM system is directly updated on site via mobile Data: Asset Tag, Install date, issues owner needs to track Hand-over • Pre hand-over maintenance • Commissioning issues resolution • Final documentation %100 of hand-over data available Product Data (From manufacturer) • Manufacture, Model number • Equipment actual specification • Product documentation (pdf) • Maintenance Procedures • Preventive maintenance schedule • Parts manifest COBie Tables: • Type, Job, Spare, Resource %75 of hand-over data available Design Model • Floors and Spaces (Facility, Floor, Space) • Equipment Schedule (Component) • Equipment design specification (Type) • Definition of building systems (System) • Definition of space zones (Zone) %50 of hand-over data available
  19. 19. Autodesk and IBM had Joined Together at Green Sigma™ Coalition 19Oct 1st, 2010 - http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/32588.wss Building Technologies
  20. 20. Solution Debut at 2010 Autodesk University 20http://autodesk.mediasite.com/mediasite/SilverlightPlayer/Default.aspx?peid=f3fe57e57d7044fdb8a77734b78c4079
  21. 21. BIM to FM workflow 1. Project Execution Plan 2. Produce BIM Model 3. Clash Coordination for construction 4. 4D program visualization 5. As Build BIM 6. Asset Information 7. Trim down model details 8. Export to FM BIM Model (Revit) Attribute (COBie) Geometry 3D Viewer Asset Portal (Maximo) Export Import GUID
  22. 22. Model Visualization 9 Exchange of Maximo classifications and Revit Templates 1 2 Maximo Asset DB Common Data Model Published Interchange Format IBM Maximo utilization of Building Information Models 22 Design Intent Revit Templates Renovation Building Commissioning Model Definitions Model Elements Model Life Cycle Discovered (Laser Scanned) Engineering Construction “As Built” 3 4 5 Maximo key returned to model 6 “As Maintained” Operational Updates 8 Operational Updates Maximo 7 Walk thru Inventory
  23. 23. Asset Information Data Set Up  In our reference implementation using Autodesk technologies starting with Revit to populate BIM object related Asset information  It is critical to have a clear understanding on what kind of data will impact FM usage
  24. 24. COBie Toolkit connect Revit to COBie sheets  Using CoBIE Extension for Revit, it generate CoBIE required attributes into Excel format  There are fine details where you can extract certain segment, format, naming, etc…
  25. 25. COBie Import Log Record  Based on CoBIE common format, Maximo import asset related data with fine tuning 25 Once started, all of the COBie processes such as the import show here run in the background. • Both the dialog and the browser can be closed and returned to at a later time • The log is stored in the database providing a permanent record of the import Updates the % complete and the # of errors.
  26. 26. Associate Model with a location  Optionally we also can import BIM geometry files into Autodesk’s Cloud platform and using Autodesk Forge API to pull streaming data based on WebGL.  IBM also provide a reference implementation based on Autodesk Forge API to illustrate how to incorporate viewer technologies within Maximo. 26
  27. 27. 3D View within IBM Maximo  With the CoBIE imported asset data with geometry reference, we can link directly into 3D view of the BIM structures with the asset reference context as shown. 27
  28. 28. FMMUG18 :: Seattle 28
  29. 29. IBM Maximo BIM Team FMMUG18 :: Seattle 29 Public BIM Wiki https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/wikis/home?lang=en#!/wiki/IBM%20Maximo%20Asset%20Management/page/Maximo%20ext ensions%20for%20Building%20Information%20Models%20(BIM) Managing Digital Hand-over https://www-950.ibm.com/events/wwe/grp/grp007.nsf/vLookupPDFs/BIM Lounge final presentation/$file/BIM Lounge final presentation.pdf Maximo BIM Integration install https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/wikis/home?lang=en#!/wiki/IBM Maximo Asset Management/page/BIM Extensions
  30. 30. Thank you . Share with us your stories on BIM FMMUG18 :: Seattle 30
  31. 31. FMMUG18 :: Seattle 31
  32. 32. Persona – Design Manager Tools: • Office applications, such as MS Project & Excel • Design tools such as Autodesk CAD/Revit • Email • Desktop and mobile devices Works mostly at the construction site during a build, only at the office for weekly status calls. Tasks: • Act as the owner representative for A&E firms (manages operations) • Creates & iteratively updates company-specific build design templates, and design standards & guidelines, to which A&E contractors must adhere. • Hosts all project calls with the Construction Mgr & sub contractors, communicates back to owner on status • Manages the digital data through design and build phases • Adds the as-built model to the system. “Are we building to the design requirements? If not, why not?” Name: Dan Role: Design Manager Skills: 10 -12 years architecture experience, experienced contractor. Proficient with design tools, can create & read 2D drawings, and read 3D drawings. Can read and understands all A&E drawings. Project Management skills. Motivations: • Ensuring that the design requirements are followed during design to minimize issues during build, and during build to minimize maintenance issues • Optimizing processes and templates so that the design phase is completed on schedule. • Minimizing unplanned changes (costs/schedule) Frustrations: • Design/build issues that cause project risk and increase costs. • Bad / no communication
  33. 33. Persona – Facilities Manager / Coordinator Skills: High school diploma to degree, experience working in facilities, project management or real estate. Organized, detail oriented with strong analytical, project management and leadership skills. Name: Fred Role: Facilities Manager / Coordinator “How can we save time & get more done?” Tools: • Office applications, such as MS Project & Excel • Email • Desktop and mobile devices • Phone / radio Tasks: • Manages the security, maintenance, and services at multiple sites / a site • Splits his time between operations, special projects, and strategic planning • Oversees building commissioning process to ensure building and assets are as specified for handover • Liaises with Construction Mgr for first year of occupancy • Reports to Execs / Facilities Mgr Motivations: • Ensuring the safety of the site • Keep PM work on track & minimizing emergencies • Keeping costs down and keeping to budget • Finding creative ways to get more done Frustrations: • Shrinking resources – having to do more with less people • Buildings that make maintenance difficult
  34. 34. Persona – Facilities Manager / Coordinator Skills: Engineering, computer engineering, or computer science background. Able to decipher highly technical data, and solve complex technical problems. Strong communications skills and is a multi-tasker. Name: Ibrahim Role: Implementer / Integration Developer “Right, but have you thought about…? Tools: • Cube-based desktop/laptop with multiple monitors • Laptop with lots of memory and processing power • Proficient with Service oriented Architecture (SOA) / Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) / Data Integration, Web Service, and REST APIs. • Programming languages: Java/.Net/PHP/Pythin/Ruby, Integration standards: SOAP and REST and Database technologies (Oracle, MySQL, JDBC, SQL, PL/SQL) Tasks: • Research, evaluate, and recommend systems/equipment/technologies based upon client needs • Develop and conduct testing plans and procedures based upon system recommendations • Implement the integration • Provide post integration support Motivations: • Ensuring that vendor solution compliment each other & support performance, scalability and reliability • Researching and testing processes to minimize issues in a production environment Frustrations: • Hardware-specific issues when building or debugging a program • Bug fixing in general • Merging code • Poorly documented code –working with other people’s code
  35. 35. 10/22/15 As a Designer, I can: • Configure global COBie settings for all model uploads to Maximo • Map Maximo attributes to COBie attributes • Add filters to specifically include/exclude COBie attributes from the model upload to Maximo • Create a BIM project in Maximo • Validate COBie data for a model • Import COBie data from a model into Maximo • Merge COBie data with existing Maximo data • Update COBie data in Maximo • Export Maximo data to a COBie spreadsheet • View helpful log files for all session types • Access the BIM applications from one location • Verify that the correct data has been created in the Asset, Locations, Job Plans, PM apps Scenarios we’ve worked on Scenarios – Facilities Manager / Coordinator
  36. 36. 10/22/15 As a Facilities Manager, I can: • Configure global Maximo settings for all model uploads to Maximo • Map customized Maximo attributes to COBie attributes • Access the BIM applications from one location • View the data that has been created in the Asset, Locations, Job Plans, PM apps • View a 3D model of a building in Maximo Scenarios we’ve worked on Scenarios – Facilities Manager / Coordinator As an Implementer/Integration Developer, I can: • Integrate Maximo with a 3rd party Viewer • View a 3D model of a building in Maximo Scenarios – Implementer/Integration Developer

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • This slide shows what COBie data is available in each phase of the design and construction process.

    Data should be exchanged between contactor and owner at four points:
    Three distinct COBie deliverables
    An interactive and collaborative process for equipment commissioning

    The Document and Attribute table applies to all phases
  • Presenter – Derek Fu
  • Presenter – Derek Fu
  • Portions of the facilities management data model can be established from the BIM model. This supports green field scenarios where creation of the building model precedes establishment of the facilities management system.
    Portions of the facilities management data model can be use to define temples and shared parameters for the building modeling design tool. This support scenarios in which Maximo is establish and the user commissions’ additional construction. This allows the facilities manager to specify to the constructing process the data they wish to have provided at building commissioning.
    The building model can be imported into Maximo. This can be used to establish the location structure of the facility (Floor, zones, rooms), the location of assets and information about assets such as manufacture and warranty. As Maximo evolves to include concepts of building systems, it may also be used to define such systems.
    Object imported into Maximo can be linked bi-directionally with the source objects in the build model. This facilitates later updates to the building model and allows modeling and visualization tools to access maintenance information from the context of the building model.
    Other source of building model information such as the results of laser scans of the building may also be imported into Maximo. This actual or discovered view of the building may be reconciled with the view provided by the model.
    Model visualization tools may be either directly embedded in the Maximo UI or launched in context from various Maximo applications such as asset or Work Order. This supports visualization of assets and work site to improve maintenance efficiency. In addition, the visualization tools may be used to directly enter work orders or service requests.
    Normal building operations updates the Maximo database
    After a facility has been operational for some period of time, the current state of the building model including maintenance updates can be exported and synchronized with the “as Built” model that was ordinal imported. This effectively converts the “As Built” to and “As Maintained” model. This model can then be used as accurate input to a renovation or retrofit design process.
  • The model must be associated with a Maximo location. It is then displayed for that location and all child locations and assets. The locations is typically the facility created by the COBie import of the model data.
    Create a new Mange Building Models record
    Select the location the model is linked to. This is typically the facility created by the COBie import of the model data
    Select the model from the list of viewable models. The site and origination, if specified, must match the site and organization of the selected location

  • Use the view tab to preview the model

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