Thu, May 06|
Building information modeling in fire protection
Online workshop on basics, methods and opportunities
Zeit & Ort
May 06, 2021, 10:00 AM – May 07, 2021, 4:00 PM
Über die Veranstaltung
BIM, Building Information Modeling, is more than a current hot topic in the construction industry.
A consistent and continuous digital exchange of information in construction projects offers real opportunities.
With the help of the BIM working and planning method, planning and execution errors can be minimized and costs reduced as a result. Higher planning quality combined with potentially higher execution speeds create enormous market opportunities for BIM users.
Our workshop explains the basics, shows potential for BIM in fire protection, conveys methodical approaches and addresses organizational requirements that result from changed work processes.
“We would like to make our participants able to speak on the topic of 'BIM in fire protection. We want to compare knowledge and give a more precise understanding of what is currently possible and what we should work towards together,” says Peter Dahnke from hhpberlin.
The 2-day online workshop is aimed at both BIM newcomers and firefighters with BIM experience.
Find out about the possibilities and opportunities that arise from BIM. Be inspired and discover sustainable market potential for your company.
Give your employees a well-founded insight into innovative working and planning methods and an outlook on development opportunities.
- Establish BIM compatibility
- BIM in the legal context
- Open and edit BIM models
- Enter fire protection requirements
- Digital collaboration with BIM
- Use of building products
- Creation of 2D documents for VBSK
- Transfer templates to new models
- IFC Viewer BIMcollabZOOM
- model checks
- BIM2SIM application scenarios
- Automatic attribute expansion
- Testing of fire protection certificates
- Verifiability of BIM models
- BIM in fire protection - use cases
- BIM and GIS
- BIM fire protection vision
M.Eng. Tim Obermeier
Dipl.-Ing. Dominique Max
MSc Peter Dahnke
MSc Isabel Fitkau
Dipl.- Inf. Business Economist (VWA) Stefan Truthän
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