Course - Digital interaction - BYGT2203
BYGT2203 - Digital interaction
Examination arrangement: Work
Grade: Letter grades
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The course deals with how future engineers will work and collaborate in the building, construction, and real estate (BAE) industry. Today's students must have the relevant expertise that contributes to the active implementation of the digital shift that is now taking place in the BAE industry.
This course will provide students with a new type of digital competence for a comprehensive understanding of the content and relationship between digital technology, changed processes, and changed interaction throughout the construction/project life cycle. The subject emphasizes data-driven project management, information management and system thinking.
This topic is not just about using new BIM-based data tools to solve today's tasks, but also about new ways of organizing the interaction and information flow throughout the construction process based on the next-step roaming norm and process modeling.
The course enables students to explore a range of programs and digital equipment as guided self-study. Examples of software are Autodesk Revit for engineering, Solibri Office for quality control of digital models, Bizagi Process Modeler for modeling information flow in construction processes, dPlan for project management, Miro as a digital mural, and Hoylu for engineering, coordination, and planning. The students have the opportunity to try Virtual Reality (various types of glasses) and Mixed Reality with HoloLens glasses, as well as associated software. Teams are used for collaboration and sharing of information in student projects.
Awareness of procedures for increased digital security is also included in the topic. Standards are used to provide students with competence in information management and delivery principles. The Integrated Design and Delivery Solutions (IDDS) framework from CIB is used to understand and analyze the interaction: Process-People-Technology.
Digital String: Digital skills with BIM tools, Digital navigation skills in databases, digital processing skills in VDC and project work, and digital collaboration skills with a web-based presentation in groups to demonstrate digital competency.
Knowledge The student has
- In-depth knowledge of how future engineering tasks can be solved with support of digital technology and changing work processes
- knowledge of best practices in using BIM software and processes in the BAE industry
- knowledge of relevant national and international standards and frameworks for BIM-supported projects
- Knowledge of principles and procedures for increased information security -Knowledge of research and development in digitization / building information modeling (BIM)
Skill The student can:
- apply principles of Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) in project work
- apply digital technology and custom processes to solve engineering tasks
- Specify building processes and information deliveries using NS-EN-ISO 29481-1: 2017 and Model Maturity Index (MMI) and NS 3467:2022 Civil construction project (lifecycle) - phases and deliverables
- Specify information deliveries and BIM implementation plans in accordance with the principles of NS/EN/ISO 19650-series of standards within information management
General competence The student can
- demonstrate the use of new digital technology and custom processes for solving existing / future-oriented tasks in the BAE industry
- produce existing relevant information and systematize it for further digital processing
- identify technological and organizational challenges related to the development and implementation of digital technologies and processes in the BAE industry
Learning methods and activities
Lectures and learning on computer spaces. The learning is based on real engineering tasks where groups of 3-4 will prepare a feasibility study before increased digitization. The project work is presented as a consultant report and related online presentation.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Civil Engineering (BIBYGG)
Recommended previous knowledge
No formal requirements for specific topics. Generic knowledge of design and construction processes is recommended. High motivation for digitalization is positive.
Required previous knowledge
Admission to the Bachelor programme in Civil Engineering, Trondheim (BIBYGG)
Eilif Hjelseth og Tor Tollnes (2022). BIM! Program og prosess, med innføring i Revit 2023. ISBN 978-82-691753-1-8, 280 sider, http://bimversity.com Selges på forelesningene.
NS/EN/ISO ISO19650 (siste versjon) Organization of information about construction works -- Information management using building information modelling, Part 1: Concepts and principles, Part 2: Delivery phase of assets og Part 3: Operational phase of assets
NS-EN-ISO 29481-1:2017 Building information models - information delivery manual, Part 1: Methodology and formats.
NS 3467:2022 Civil construction project (lifecycle) - phases and deliverables
Model Maturity Index (MMI)
Integrated Design and Delivery Solutions (IDDS), CIB, Research Roadmap, Publication 370. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/71070/
Additional reading to be distributed via Blackboard.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: SPRING 2024
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- Building and Construction Engineering
Examination arrangement: Work
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- Spring ORD Work 100/100 A INSPERA
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