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Project management for linear infrastructure: studying PLM and BIM for an efficient set of basic functionalities

Abstract

Managing an infrastructure today from the idea to the in-use phases is mainly addressed through BIM (Building Information Modelling) functionalities. As BIM often focuses on the management of building data, it hardly covers the specificities of infrastructures. The problem becomes critical when dealing with linear infrastructures. Such infrastructures are driven by linear installations across multiple constructions in which interactions with specific information, geotechnical or topographic information for example, are required. As PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) has shown its efficiency in the past decade for the management of different expertise through a common information system, we propose to study the functionalities covered by PLM. By comparing them to those covered by BIM, we will be able to identify a basic set of functions that could meet linear infrastructures management requirements.
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hal-02151742 , version 1 (09-06-2019)

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Yvan Tchana de Tchana, Guillaume Ducellier, Sébastien Remy, M. Cassé. Project management for linear infrastructure: studying PLM and BIM for an efficient set of basic functionalities. 12 th International Conference on Modelling, Optimization and SIMulation - MOSIM'18, Jun 2018, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02151742⟩
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