ISO 15686-4:2014 en

Gebouwen en constructies - Planning van de levensduur - Deel 2: Levensduur bepaald volgens op IFC gebaseerde Bouw Informatie Model


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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 34
Commissie Duurzaamheid van bouwwerken
Gepubliceerd op 15-01-2014
Taal Engels
This part of ISO 15686 provides information and guidance on the use of standards for information exchange for service life planning of buildings and constructed assets and their components as well as the required supporting data. It provides guidance on structuring information from existing data sources to enable delivery of their information content in a structure that conforms to international standards for information exchange. In particular, reference is made to ISO 16739. The Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie) standard for the exchange of facility information in tabular data are used as an alternative representation. COBie is a tabular representation of a handover view of the IFC schema. It is also applicable to the exchange of service life information between categories of design and information management software applications that have standards-based information exchange interfaces including: a) Building construction Information Modelling (BIM); b) Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM). Excluded from this part of the standard are - information exchange using proprietary methods, and - processing and analysis of data within individual software applications, though examples are provided. The main target audience is the Information manager who will use the framework to assist in structuring the International, national or project/facility level BIM guidance document. This Standard specifies the structure and representation of service life data. It is focused on key exchange requirements underlying the common transactions. This document may be used for a variety of purposes a) to achieve and maintain a common understanding within the national and project contexts; b) to establish the desired outcomes and to define appropriate quality; c) to identify appropriate management effort and tools; d) to identify necessary effort and resourcing. Service life planning involves the application of data about elements within a building or constructed assets to enable their design, predicted or estimated service life to be determined and communicated. Buildings are increasingly designed using Building Information Modelling (BIM), an approach that can provide a specification of all the objects in building and how they are aggregated into parts, assemblies and systems. An architect or engineer can define the objects using BIM; it is anticipated that the actor having the service life planning role will apply service life data to these objects and make the data available for other purposes through the use of data exchange standards.


ICS-code 91.040.01
Nederlandse titel Gebouwen en constructies - Planning van de levensduur - Deel 2: Levensduur bepaald volgens op IFC gebaseerde Bouw Informatie Model
Engelse titel Building Construction - Service Life Planning - Part 4: Service Life Planning using Building Information Modelling



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