Laces Actively Involved in ILS Configurator
- Case study
Suppose you work with several engineering parties on a large construction, like an office building. And for this, you have to share information from multiple sources. How do you do that efficiently? The agreements that define which person should transfer which information in which way are laid down in information delivery specifications (ILS in Dutch). To draft and assess these quickly and efficiently, digiGO BIM Loket is developing the user-friendly ILS Configurator together with Ambrero.
Less Time-consuming, Complicated, and Prone to Errors
We want to be able to reuse existing guidelines and specifications, particularly in situations where processes are defined in procedures and are repeated a lot. This makes arriving at an ILS less time-consuming, complicated, and error-prone. Statements such as ‘I’m not getting what I need’ and ‘I’m not meeting expectations’ are a thing of the past with the ILS Configurator.
Always Available With Laces Library Manager
Laces is used to combine and reuse relevant pieces from standards and previous information delivery specifications (ILS). By managing this information with Laces Library Manager and then publishing it as linked data on the Laces Data Platform, the input for the ILS configurator is always available.
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