Object-oriented compliance checking: an automated approach and a case study
Omar Doukari, David Greenwood, Kay Rogage, Mohamad KassemNorthumbria University, United KingdomDOI: 10.35490/EC3.2021.152Abstract: This paper proposes a novel 'bottom-up' object-oriented approach for automated model checking and the corresponding plugin prototype.
The approach and the prototype enable four key processes: define and interpret the requirement rules, prepare the BIM object data, execute the requirement rules, and report the results that were made available to the user.
To demonstrate the feasibility and accuracy of the approach, we use a case study from the foodservice equipment industry using an existing object library of foodservice equipment.
The results show savings of around 125' per object between the automated approach and traditional manual methods of working. Keywords: Automated compliance-checking, BIM, case study, Foodservice equipmentPages: 293 - 302 Paper:Contribution_152_final