Disruptive Evolving, Engineering and Planning in Wood

The project refers to the future further development of the BIM maturity level 2 to 3 and faces the challenge of how the collaboration of several users can be realised simultaneously in a shared model.

Factsheet

  • Lead school School of Architecture, Wood and Civil Engineering
  • Institute Institute for Digital Economy in the Construction and Wood Industries
  • Research unit Digital Building
  • BFH centre BFH Centre for Wood – Resource and Material
  • Funding organisation Innosuisse
  • Duration (planned) 14.10.2019 - 27.03.2022
  • Project management Thomas Rohner
  • Head of project Prof. Thomas Rohner
  • Project staff Prof. Thomas Rohner
  • Partner Hochschule Luzern - Technik & Architektur
    Timbatec Holzbauingenieure Schweiz AG
    Helbling Technik AG
    Dassault Systèmes Suisse SA
    Stuber & Cie AG

Situation

Deep uses an industry platform and its structures as an example for the realisation of the collaboration of several users simultaneously in one model. In this way, new structures for future real-time-based, cross-company and collaborative planning in timber construction can be developed and tested in a living lab. In a closedBIM approach, the "noise" of the interface problems of current BIM projects is eliminated. Disruptive here means the complete solution of previous standards. In a "white" room, the team focuses on the question: How do we want to work together in the future?