George Broadbent, Director of Asset Management and Jeff Chen, AECO Strategic Implementation Manager are scheduled to present at the Transportation Research Board’s 98th Annual Meeting in Washington DC on January 14th. Their Lightening Talk Presentation will cover ModelStream™ and how it fits into the BIM to Maximo Integrated Workflow. Microdesk’s solution, ModelStream™, connects the information-driven power of BIM with the comprehensive asset lifecycle and maintenance management system Maximo.
Jeff Chen, AECO Strategic Implementation Manager
George Broadbent, Director of Asset Management
With the help of the BIM to Maximo Integrated Workflow, facilities and operations teams can now easily visualize potential problems, track equipment, identify assets, and access data essential for effectively managing a built-asset throughout its lifecycle. During the presentation the team will showcase that the ModelStream™ configuration can be accomplished in a matter of hours, assets synchronized in just a few minutes and completely eliminate the time-consuming process of manually populating a CMMS. The information is synchronized between the two programs and staff can access all project data, including the BIM model, right from IBM Maximo.
ModelStream™ eliminates the need to sift through multiple data sources, so personnel can access all space, asset, and maintenance information from a single comprehensive enterprise asset management system. O&M inputs can also easily be synchronized back to Revit, combined with view templates and filters to create customized 3D visualization to present asset conditions based on real O&M meters and specifications.
If you are interested in learning more about this topic please register for the TRB 98th Annual Meeting by visiting the event page here and if you’d like to learn more about Microdesk’s ModelStream™ solution or how to implement a BIM to Maximo Integrated workflow contact us by filling out the form above.