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Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC)
The primary goal of BIM in its early research days still holds true. The founding fathers of BIM hypothesized that such a system would be important to contractors of large projects for both a visual and quantitative model of the build. They also figured it would be useful for materials ordering and scheduling.
The early hypothesis for BIM holds true. Even today, leading providers of BIM software appeal to AECs (architects, engineers and contractors) by explaining the cost-saving benefits of having a central point of building reference in a 3D digital model. This model makes it easier to collaborate and recalibrate design during in-flight projects. Its benefits include lowering the risk of projects through a reduction in errors, better timeline and budget management. It sounds quite comprehensive, similar to the Digital Twin, yet they differ in a few key aspects.
Digital Twin & Smart Factories
Digital Twins is digitalization of your facilities, all info on your facilities has been on digital such as: Facilities layout (3D), position, all assets, all information of assets.
Now that we know a little bit about what it is and its history, you might be wondering what is included in a digital twin when it comes to the design and built environment. As we noted earlier, a true digital twin records every single step of the construction cycle, so there is lots of data packed into each one. This data includes:
BIM and 3D models
Construction documents (i.e., submittals, change orders, RFIs, etc.)
Operational data collected by the embedded sensors
Data from AI and machine learning technology
Here’s a look at top-level benefits of digital twins in the AEC industry:
Reduce risk: Digital twins can help identify, predict, and analyze risk. In addition to reducing risk on a job site, digital twins can also help facility managers identify potential risks for building occupants and visitors
Improve project efficiency and quality: Thanks to data collected from AI and machine learning, digital twins can help project teams streamline operational efficiency and improve construction quality. Furthermore, jobsites can run smoother with real-time information automation.
Aid decision-making: Simulations can help project stakeholders make better overall decisions regarding changes.
Lower costs: Digital twins can reduce construction costs, which can help improve a project’s profitability. Thanks to better risk mitigation and predictions, certain costs can be avoided entirely.
Enhance coordination: Improved coordination potential is another benefit. Digital twins can allow project teams to have a greater overall understanding of how systems interact and where there are potential conflicts. They can also improve sequencing for installation and can help connect the office with the field, improving overall day-to-day operations.
Provide security: Digital twins provide security of data and information, in addition to physical security with better identification of safety issues.
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