Clash detection for data
Designers spend a considerable amount of time working with the attribute meta data in 3D Models. It is critical that the attribute meta data is correctly structured following the rules from the AIDP (Asset information delivery plan). The rules are often applied via the use of classifications-sets, and it is critical that the correct classifications are in use.
Edocuments solution for Autodesk Construction cloud users is to enable Edocuments model health checker, which automatically validates the model when ever it is uploaded to ACC. The validation rules can be customised, or picked from a library of commonly used tests.
Importance of data to designers
Designers are increasingly being expected to deliver more data linked-to, or within BIM models, and the requirements of what data is, or is not, required can be complex and time consuming.
Edocuments works with Designers, BIM Modelers and Autodesk to create solutions to improve the accuracy of data within models and linked to models.
Essential information available at design stages (RIBA stage 3 and 4) can be collected and manged, using data templates or directly extracted from BIM Models that help users to provide the necessary information that will be valuable to future phases, thus simplifying the handover to manufacturing and construction.
ACC and Revit plugins
Autodesk construction Cloud. formally BIM 360 has seen considerable development in the last few years and is a popular choice for 3D model management.
Use Edocuments tools to automatically validate that the attribute data in your models is fit for the next stage.
Edocuments data connectors can be set up to save time in pulling and pushing files and data between software platforms.
Why designers use Edocuments platform?
Essential information available at design stages (RIBA stage 3 and 4) can be collected and manged, using data templates that help users to provide the necessary information that will be valuable to future phases, thus simplifying the handover to manufacturing and construction.
FIREie BS8644 (Digital Management of Fire Safety Information) information is available at design stage and should be controlled within an information management platform. Edocuments has a wealth of experience with this standard and how to best collect the data.
Designers should be using agreed naming conventions as hopefully defined in the BIM execution plan and asset information requirements. The Edocuments platform can control the classification sets required and then use them to validate against any data being managed.