BIM based Construction with RFID-Technology
||Helmus, Manfred; Dr.-Ing. Anica Meins-Becker, Agnes Kelm
||BIM based Construction with RFID-Technology
||23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Regensburg, Germany
||Since approximately 2005 the Chair of Construction Management & Economics of the Bergische University of Wuppertal deals with the application of modern technologies and methods, f. e. the RFID technology in connection with the method of the Building Infor-mation Modeling. In this connection a comprehensive draught with the aim of the digitiza-tion of the supply chain was developed within the scope of a huge number of research pro-jects. On this occasion, the data delivered from the planning process are complemented with the real data grasped by the AutoID technology, as f. e. logistics and implementation or decrease data during the execution of construction, servicing and rebuilding data during the building use up to building back construction. These data are linked with the building data models by means of the method BIM. The results of the research and the added value for everybody in the construction sector are united within a demonstration module. For two years this demonstration module is presented to the public in Germany to provide the suita-ble knowledge in the construction sector for all partners. These projects and the demonstra-tion module should be discussed in the contribution paper which is meant as an introduction to an exemplary application which has found its relation to practice. This example deals with the so-called “tool-box”. With the help of the “tool-box” material, machines and ac-cessories are available any time and on site. The individually modula table and everywhere applicable “tool-box” can be used according to demand as a rent station, material shop, spare parts store, key and document management or as a meeting demand order system. About accompanying information technology belonging to company and communication technology material, construction machines and construction equipment can continuously be rented in seconds, sold and administered. Complicated commercial processes can be unwound by the application of the "tool-box" from order one up to the payment fast, effi-ciently and extremely friendly to customers. The "tool-box" was moved in the beginning of 2014 with the "Johann Augel Bauunternehmung GmbH". First analyses of economic effects will be done and results will be introduced in the conference contribution.
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||Building Information Modeling (BIM)
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