Builds the BIM data of your future digital twin from early phase.
STRUCTURE THE ASSET REGISTER
- Define the properties library;
- Structure the assets and their properties.
FEED THE REGISTER
- List the assets;
- Modify the properties of an asset;
- Feed the links between assets.
LINK 3D MODELS TO ASSETS
- Import models in 60 different formats;
- Visualise the models in a web navigator;
- Define the links between 3D objects and assets.
SHARE BIM DATA
- Connect the tool to the client’s asset register;
- Reinject the data into the BIM models.
FOCUS ON AIM
What is an Asset Information Model (AIM)?
The Asset Information Model centralises and structures the asset information required for its operation and maintenance. It supports the strategic and daily asset management processes established by the project owner.
What data does it contain?
An AIM could contain equipment records, accumulated maintenance costs, records of installation and maintenance dates, ownership details and other details that the owner considers valuable and wishes to manage in a systematic way.
How is it produced?
It is determined or updated from the Project Information Model (PIM), which contains project-related information and was developed as part of the planning and implementation process. Only part of the PIM is included in the AIM, as much information is not required for the operation and management phase.
Who uses the information in AIM and for what purpose?
The AIM is used by operators and maintainers to optimise their activities and improve their services to end users.
Within the BIM process, when should an AIM be built?
It is important to structure and build the AIM in the design phases of the project to have a global view of your assets and thus facilitate the transfer of information that takes place between the construction phase and the commissioning of the infrastructure. The operator and maintainer participate in the structuring of the AIM and define the information they will need according to their future needs.
Why is AIM essential?
Without AIM, your As Built information delivered, which is mandatory under the ISO19650 standard, will be of little use: the data will be heterogeneous, unstructured, not compatible with the Client CMMS and will not be able to feed the digital twin.