Desktop Audit and Analysis of Model Server Capability
Singh, Vishal, Gu, Ning, London, Kerry, Brankovic, Ljiljana, & Taylor, Claudelle (2007) Desktop Audit and Analysis of Model Server Capability. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.
This report presents the current state and approach in Building Information Modelling (BIM). The report is focussed at providing a desktop audit of the current state and capabilities of the products and applications supporting BIM. This includes discussion on BIM model servers as well as discipline specific applications, for which the distinction is explained below. The report presented here is aimed at giving a broad overview of the tools and applications with respect to their BIM capabilities and in no way claims to be an exhaustive report for individual tools. Chapter 4 of the report includes the research and development agendas pertaining to the BIM approach based on the observations and analysis from the desktop audit.
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|Keywords:||CRC for Construction Innovation, Extension Program, Project 2007-003-EP : Collaboration Platform|
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