Il BIM (Building Information Modeling) è divenuto ormai anche in Italia, un tema di grande interesse tra i professionisti del settore delle costruzioni.
A marzo 2015, Engisis ha contribuito alla costituzione dell’ Istituto per il BIM – Italia (Institute for BIM – Italy), in breve «IBIMI»: un’associazione di soggetti accomunati dalla cultura, dalla formazione, specializzazione e pratica professionale di attività inerenti l’impiego ed utilizzo del Building Information Modeling (BIM).
L’ Associazione è aperta a tutti coloro che operano ed intervengono nel campo dell’ ...
One of our recent articles, published by the Order of Engineers of Rome, shows why interoperability plays a strategic role in the delivery of capabilities.
Product data exchange and sharing is complex and existing solutions are not totally satisfying
Traditional interface designs use a point-to-point interface whereby each information system directly interacts with each other system. The point-to-point integration strategy does not scale well as new interfaces are required every time a new system needs to be integrated.
Managers and IT have understood the value of using a canonical model as a neutral data format to facilitate product data integration. When each system is able to process the ...
Within the OPTIMUS project, Engisis participated to a training session on standard and interoperability in Naples, Italy. The goal of the OPTIMUS is to provide to the companies of the Campania region in Italy the opportunity to improve the management of their product data by using product data standards.
On January 20th in Naples, Italy, Engisis talked about how to use product data standards to enhance enterprise integration and interoperability for Product Lifecycle Management.
Check out this video presentation (in italian):
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Codification, interoperability, and total lifecycle systems management:
these are the three concepts that we tied together at the NATO Codification Forum in Copenhagen, November 6th and 7th , 2013.
More than 150 people from all over the world attended this forum, most of them being representatives of the National Codification Bureaus of the NATO countries. Our US partners at Nexus sponsored this well organized event, and they kindly invited us to show the “Data as a Service” concept that we developed together.
When I ...