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Architectural Technology at Technological University
Construction and Real Estate Management, a joint program of HTW Berlin and
PhD Degree (Ongoing)
Mechanical Engineering, University College Dublin
Host institution: University College Dublin
Project Title: Data fusion for operational optimisation and facility management
Objectives: The ESR will decompose the facilities management domain into a series of stakeholders, business processes, data definitions and exchange requirements with the ultimate objective of representing this information in a standardised reusable format by using the Information Delivery Manual (IDM) methodology. Development of which will include process related inputs from ESRs 8&9. The overarching objective is to deliver a rule-based facilities management Model View Definition (MVD) for the IFC data model (ISO standard 16739) and in doing so, defining any necessary extensions to the IFC data model.
Expected Results: The ESR’s expected results include the following: 1) objective domain reviews of facilities management and Model View Definitions (MVDs); 2) characterisation of the facilities management domain in line with standardized BIM conventions, detailing omissions or shortcomings with the latest version of the IFC data model, and 3) development of a facilities management MVD for use by the industry at large, particularly through BIM-based CAD software and quality checking tools
Enrolment in Doctoral degree: University College Dublin, PhD Mech. Eng.
Advisor: James O’Donnell
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 860555.
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