April 22, 2021, Irvine, CA: The U.S. Institute of Building Documentation (USIBD) is pleased to publish an educational white paper, BIM with the End in Mind. This paper will help facility owners and operators decide whether a digital twin is right for them and help them understand what to consider before recruiting outside support to generate a digital twin.
Though a digital twin is one of the best ways for a facility owner or operator to improve their asset’s data-management strategy, it can be challenging to find the information to get started. We want to help you by defining basic terms and ideas, explaining what facility owners and operators can expect to gain from a digital twin, and showing what it takes to plan and execute a successful digital twin.
In this paper, you’ll learn:
1. How project BIM has looked in the past, and how owners are leaving value on the table
2. How to: Best practices when leveraging BIM for better lifecycle facility management
3. A case study: How an owner of a big asset did it right
4. Caution: How “on the fly” guidelines can be “off the mark”
5. The big picture: Why BIM and digital twins are part of the evolution of computer automation in the building industry
The paper is available for downloaded at no charge from USIBD’s Resources page on the website here.
All USIBD documents are available on USIBD’s website at https://usibd.org/resources/.
For all inquiries, please contact USIBD at: https://usibd.org/contact-us/
The U.S. Institute of Building Documentation (USIBD) is the first U.S. organization to focus solely on supporting the Building Documentation Industry within the United States. The USIBD is committed to advancing the interests of ALL stakeholder groups: architects, engineers, building owners/operators, service providers, and government agencies, with an interest in Building Documentation. As such, the USIBD strives to provide its members with a network of support and information, comprised of industry partners throughout the U.S. and Internationally. Visit us at: http://www.usibd.org