Information supplies with BIM as a base for Asset Management

The Province of Gelderland has taken important steps since 2011 to get the area data of the management objects around the provincial roads in order and to keep them up to date. With the use of BIM standards and tools the exchange of information with the contractor is now also standardized in a number of projects. Gelderland is working on an integrated management system and is developing its own "object type library" (OTL). In the process also the connection tot the CB-NL is examined. Niels Reyngoud shows how these developments connect to each other and what role Relatics plays in there.

 

Presentation (in Dutch)


About the author

Niels Reyngoud has been working as an information advisor at the Department of Management and Maintenance Roads of the province of Gelderland since 2010. In recent years he managed to specialize himself in BIM. From this point he is constantly looking for ways to further streamline the information supplies around Asset Management, using standards such as IMBOR, IMGEO, COINS and CB-NL.

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