UNI 11337: 2017. BIM (Building Information Modeling) and lighting
The UNI 11337 Standard represents an important reference for the whole project chain and a big step forward under the regulatoryBIM Implementation Edification
The national standard
The contents of the different parts of the text
Part 7. Requirements for knowledge, skills and competence of the figures involved in management and information modeling
Part 7 of UNI 11337, published in 2018, identifies four types of professionals: the information manager, or BIM manager , the manager of the ACDat, or CDE manager , the coordinator of information flows, or BIM coordinator , and the operator advanced management and information modeling, or BIM specialist .
Part 8. Integrated Processes of Information and Decision Management
Part 8 of UNI 11337, whose publication is scheduled for 2019, analyzes the integration processes between activities and information figures and traditional activities and figures in the construction sector. In practice this part should act as a trait d'union between the national standard, project management and EN ISO 19650.
Part 9. Information management during operation
Part 9 of UNI 11337, whose publication is scheduled for 2019, is to guarantee the "quality" of the real estate for both the production phase and the use of the asset, validating the work of different market operators. The standard assumes that at present the knowledge of the buildings is proposed in a heterogeneous and uncoordinated way, on the basis of different formats proposed by different operators (public and private, institutional and non), with consequent confusion both by the actors of the building process that of "occasional" operators (in particular small buyers). This part of the series will develop the digital file of the building.
Part 10. Guidelines for the digital information management of administrative practices
The tenth part of UNI 11337, whose writing will take place after the publication of the other works, expresses the general information management criteria, in digital form, aimed at standardizing data exchange procedures and protocols of administrative practices related to buildings, such as authorizations, permits, complaints or reports.