The introduction of the Uniform Objects Library seems to have made a leap forward in the link between manufacturer data and the BIM process.
The UOB defines neutral system solutions on which manufacturers can release their own data. The installation sector is currently playing a pioneering role, but ZeeBoer expects that the B&U and GWW will also join in.
A link between specification service and UOB is very interesting. Investing in large BIM libraries is expensive, time consuming and may not even be necessary. Linked disadvantages such as topicality (how do you maintain the data) and compatibility (is such a library actually used) play a major role for the manufacturer.
Combining a specification service and UOB is also possible. This way, you no longer distribute individual BIM objects, but a complete system, including help for the user. Knowing more? Please contact us for additional information and in the meantime, visit www.openuob.nl/over-de-uob.
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