Symposium BIM International
Le nouveau symposium international sur le BIM de deux jours, organisé à Tour & Taxis Brussels lors de Digital Construction Brussels les 23 et 24 octobre, est en fait la 7ème BIM-praktijkdag, mais avec un cachet international considérable. Les partenaires ie-net, Cluster BIM, Confederatie Bouw et le CSTC ont élaboré un programme en anglais axé
• Hybrid multidisciplinary projects • Circularity, Digital Twin and O&M • 3D scanning projects • Future thinking & Innovation
Lieu : Tour & Taxis – venue du Port 86 c – 1000 Bruxelles – Shed 1 Salle 1
Prix pour un congrès de deux jours :
- 320 excl. 21% TVA pour les membres d’IE-NET, Cluster BIM, Confédération Construction et le CSTC ;
- 400 excl. 21% TVA pour les non-membres
Wednesday 23 October 2019: Morning Session
Theme Hybrid multidisciplinary projects
09.15 – 10.15 Keynote: Large Scale Projects with OpenBIM
Keynote speaker Thomas Liebich, AEC3 (DE), OpenBIM expertise and IFC guru
Thomas Liebich is involved in OpenBIM from the beginning. He is a real guru. Also workgroup leader at ISO and CEN committees on BIM standardisation. With his company AEC3, he is providing consultancy for project organization and managing large scale projects combining Building and Infrastructural information. Meer info :Thomas Liebich
10.15 – 10.30 Break
10.30 – 11.00 BIM Implementation at the SBB
The SBB, the Swiss Railway Company, has a long-term policy to implement BIM for all its construction and infrastructural projects. Billal Mahoubi testifies on the implementation process of BIM and other digital methods in this large organization. Successes and failures. Do’s and don’ts. How to deal with change management? And all this with an OpenBIM View.
Billal Mahoubi, CFF (CH), BIM manager CFF
BIM Manger CFF
11.00 – 11.30 The developments at Schiphol Airport and the exchange of information with contractors and internal stakeholders.
Anouk Van Otterlo, BASED (NL) & Maya Tryfona, Royal Schiphol Group (NL)
The developments at Schiphol Airport (Schiphol’s Object Type Library and Common Data Environment) and the exchange of information with contractors and internal stakeholders. Translating the Schiphol business needs to information requirements into a data model based on linked open data.
Anouk van Otterlo
Working on technical innovations in the AECO-market is what motivates me every day. I like to be part of the implementation of new technologies and improving processes at different companies.
Meer info: Anouk van Otterlo
I work as a Data Engineer in the Information Management team of the Asset Management Department of Schiphol Airport. I started working at Schiphol two years ago, in the BIM team, for the integration of 3D information within the GIS environment and the other stakeholders of the Airport. Meer info: Maya Tryfona Royal Schiphol Group
11.30 – 12.00 Case 3
12.00 – 14.00 Lunch
Thursday 24 October 2019: Morning Session
Theme: 3D scanning projects
09.15 – 10.15 Keynote: Complex projects 3D scanning, openBIM workflows, and COBie.
Complex projects involving 3D scanning, model comparisons, openBIM workflows, and the role of COBie.
Shawn O’Keeffe, BIM & Scan Ltd. (IRE)
CTO, Chief Scientist, Co-Founder at BIM&Scan Ltd. and BIM Development Director and PI of R&D at MMA Consulting Engineers Dublin, Ireland.
10.15 – 10.30 Break
10.30 – 11.00 The Geneva Airport Project
The Geneva Airport is currently being fully scanned to build up a LOD 300 reference model. The whole process is semi-automatic, drastically reducing cost and delivery time. Laurent Chiaramello is testifying on how and what and best practices.
Laurent Chiaramello, BIMact (CH)
11.00 – 11.30 Scanning, Quality Control & AI
Innovative techniques and tooling for construction verification and quality control using BIM models and 3D Scans. What is the role of AI?
Hesh Fekry, airsquire (NL)
11.30 – 12.00 Scanning Best Practices in smaller projects
Is 3D Scanning process also useful and cost effective for smaller projects? Lessons learned on how to reach maximal benefits.
Pieter VandeWalle, Studio V2/Howest (BE)
12.00 – 14.00 Lunch
Wednesday 23 October 2019: Afternoon Session
Theme Circularity, Digital Twin and O&M
- 14.00 – 15.00 Keynote: Digital twins throughout the life cycle
Keynote speaker Mieczyslaw (Mitch) Boryslawski, Ecodomus (USA)
15.00 – 15.15 Break
15.15 – 15.45 The Vinci project, Paris
At the construction of the new HQ of Vinci in Paris, the reuse of materials & cradle-to-cradle techniques are applied intensively. Drees & Sommer has developped a specific approach and tooling to steer and check the process.
Michael Moradiellos del Molino, Drees & Sommer (BE)
Head Of Real Estate at EPEA GmbH – Part of Drees & Sommer
After his studies in architecture at the ISAVH in Brussels, Michael Moradiellos went to Spain to write a doctorate in sustainable urban planning and start a professional activity in young structures of international projection.
15.45 – 16.15 Integrating Simulation & BIM for mep
Integrating Simulation & BIM within an innovative engineering practice for MEP within construction projects
Niels Vercaemst, Ingenium (BE)
Project manager bij Ingenium te Brugge
16.15 – 16.45 Full automated design for Building concepts with CADblanche
Johan De Groot, CADblanche (NL)
After many years of preparation, the company CADblanche was launched in early 2019. The Dutch Design Automation Engineers from CADblanche create smart parametric custom tools for the building industry and deliver the CADblanche framework for the configuration of building concepts. It is an online configuration platform for composing your building concept without technical knowledge. The output modules create construction data that is needed for production and communication. The automatically generated output data can contain instruction files for machines, IFC models, ERP information, AR models and/or Bills of Materials. Johan will passionately explain how CADblanche is automating engineering with the knowledge of tomorrow.
Thursday 24 October 2019: Afternoon Session
Theme: Future thinking & Innovation
14.00 – 14.30 BIMBOTS, what to expect?
In the meantime, it has become impossible to imagine the world of construction and infrastructure without open BIM. The focus is increasingly shifting from design and engineering to execution and asset management. More than ever, the Information Delivery Specifications and the exchange between more and more stakeholders are becoming increasingly important. Through the use of machine learning and artificial intelligence, the interpretation of user input is becoming increasingly sophisticated and decisions can be made faster, better and more efficiently. At TNO, a lot of attention is paid to the link between data structure and software, just think of the contributions that TNO makes to the Open Source BIM server and the most modern developments such as BIM bots.
Rob Roef, TNO (NL)
Known as the BIM Captain from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Rob soon discovered that construction would be more beneficial if there was better cooperation. From a design role at an engineering firm, he started to develop CAD software, support it and later also sell it. Because technology does not stand still, and neither does Rob, he has grown being a champion of (open) BIM, transparent working methods and open standards. Meer info: Rob Roef TNO
14.30 – 15.00 Le BIM Séquentiel
How to optimize the dataflow throughout the project life cycle using integrated and linked data models.
Gabriel Castel, Abvent (FR)
15.00 – 15.30 Innovative Design Methods & Fabrication
Applying innovative industrial robots and numerically controlled techniques in an expressive architectural design and fabrication practice.
Wessel Van Beerendonk, studio RAP (NL)
15.30 – 15.45 Break
16.15 – 17.00 Keynote Future thinking & innovation
Martin Fisher will guide us through the projects and experiences of Virtual construction and CIFE and Stanford university (US).
Martin Fischer, CIFE, Stanford University (USA)
Professor Fischer’s research goals are to improve the productivity of project teams involved in designing, building, and operating facilities and to enhance the sustainability of the built environment. His work develops the theoretical foundations and applications for virtual design and construction (VDC). VDC methods support the design of a facility and its delivery process and help reduce the costs and maximize the value over its lifecycle. His research has been used by many small and large industrial government organizations around the world. See also https://profiles.stanford.edu/martin-fischer