Publications / 2017 Proceedings of the 34rd ISARC, Taipei, Taiwan

A Study of BIM Based Building Facilities Online Repair System

Nai-Hsin Pan, K.Y. Chen
Pages 352-357 (2017 Proceedings of the 34rd ISARC, Taipei, Taiwan, ISBN 978-80-263-1371-7, ISSN 2413-5844)

When facilities was exceptionally occurs, the traditional operation method is either to repair or replace. Before operation procedures starts, it needs to be taken through a series of actions of notification with paperwork. Thus, the management on site tends to make the operation procedure with inefficiency and inconvenience. The recent rise of BIM. Due to BIM's functionality and data-rich of facilities, it can help improve the efficiency of operation of the management unit. The purpose of this study is to use BIM to generate a facilities repair system platform. When a facility needs to be repaired, the platform can be used to quickly informed and able to understand the current status, the location, and maintenance data of facilities,. In this study, the data of BIM facilities in windows system functions through the list of exporting, importing into the system database, and graphics output with BIM to achieve functional model reveal it. The components of the proposed system includes facilities maintenance records QR Coding , different facilities and equipment positioning method; combined facilities data encoding systems, as well as abnormal conditions different equipment repair orders; Users most concerned about the maintenance status inquiries; management unit management menu. Reporting and management systems will be combined together to explore the use of newspaper repair system users and managers through viewpoints of both. After using the system to get a few results of this study, presented in the visual effects quickly locate facilities, facilities and equipment standard encoding, facilities and equipment exception, BIM model to enhance the convenience and efficiency of users and managers.

Keywords: BIM, QR Code, Facility management