The 'BIM' transition between the 'Design & Build' world and the 'Use & Facility Management' world (voertaal: Engels)
BIM best practices currently accepted in the market are almost all inferred from the Design and Construction phases. Unfortunately, very little experience exists on the Facility Management phase.
The issues of the "Design & Construction" phases are different from those of the "Operation" of buildings in real life. How to promote the success of the management of BIM information? What are the technological choices to make so that the BIM data can continue to live after the construction project? What are the preconscussions?
Axel Tasiaux - Director Technologies at AREMIS
Axel’s role at AREMIS is to coordinate the "technological" activities of the group. He is in charge of monitoring the emergence of new technologies and disseminating the best practices of the market. he accompanies customers in the digital transition from their traditional IWMS / FMIS systems to a model open to the creative disruptive of new technologies ("smart building", IoT's, BIM, User Experience ...). Axel also is an occasional professor for various institutions (Haute Ecole de Liège, UCL, ESTP Paris) and active member of associations like IFMA or RICS of which he is Board Member in Paris.
Daniel Hurtubise - Canada - BIM Guru at Data-Shapes
I am part of a BIM consultancy group named Data-Shapes. We work with high-end architectural design firms along with large engineering companies. My job is to plan, support, train and guide parties involve in the BIM process. I work with tools, methodologies but most importantly with human beings. I also happen to be one of the founder of the PRUG (Paris Revit User Group) and the DPUG (Dynamo Paris User Group). I’ve also been a repeated speaker at BILT and Autodesk University.