Visualise spaces with panorama photos linked to PDF

Video (5min) Your browser does not support iframes.  Your browser does not support iframes.    A quick survey method, where a general overview is required quickly, would be to use 360/180 degree panoramic photos. These are good to quickly identify conditions in spaces and also relationships with other rooms (through doorways) and to show items

Revit data extraction for Asset Management Information System (AMIS)

Capturing information on existing assets is a challenge Wellington City Council (WCC) has over 2200 social housing units and so getting good information on them in a consistent manner was a challenge. They undertook a condition survey with surveyors on the properties. It took the surveyors on average 4 hours to survey each unit. There

Building Information Site and Bar/QR Codes

Note: a QRcode reader would be useful to read the codes to understand the usefulness of accessing data for Facilities Management. After capturing data about buildings, the information generally gets stored in an AMIS (Asset Management Information System) for use for forecasting and managing assets. These systems are usually sophisticated and not easily used. There

BIM back capture Building Services Data Part 2 -Systems

In the first article here regarding capturing building services data on existing buildings, the focus was mainly on discrete components that sit in a system, with for instance lights, there may be an issue regarding which circuit they are linked to which switch or circuit fused in a sub-board, and this could easily be added