Building Data

Market signals predict significant value in property data for future consumption. Integrated building data accessibility has immediate value to the entire property service provider ecosystem. Including adding value to the property data container itself.

CaPSCi identity infrastructures support property investors as building data owners

Property Data Stack

Building Information Models are the Foundation of a Property's Data Stack and Performance Requirements

PropData includes building data that originates from build and maintenance activities. Fully digitized data environments in build and related property systems / equipment enables automation of user processes in build, operation and maintenance of facilities and grounds. The transition to digital environments extends beyond property ecosystems offering value to supply chains beginning at the concept and design stage of build.

Making build, systems and equipment data accessible can significantly improve manpower efficiency in build and property management ecosystems. Retaining data and ownership enhances BIM information and property values by offering revenue opportunity in data consumer markets.

Operation and Maintenance

Operation and Maintenance Manuals Originate from the Building Information Model and Technical Specifications of Systems and Equipment that Define Ownerships Performance Requirements

Operation and maintenance manuals translate the specifications of build, systems and equipment into performance requirements for management of the property.

Managers schedule maintenance activities as-required either manually or with the assistance of technology. Contractors, service providers and public employees performing maintenance, inspections or enhancing BIM data currently lack methods and applications to update building information models.

CaPSCi’s architecture solves these challenges by integrating building identity’s with service provider identity systems that govern the creation, exchange and updating of BIM data by each property’s service provider ecosystem.

Operation & Maintenance Interface

Digitized Operation and Maintenance Manuals Leverage Building Information Models and Manufacturers Technical Specifications to Automate Maintenance and Operational Performance Requirements

Strategic data exchange standards allow diverse user ecosystems to customize how and what data is consumed based on the specialty of property services performed.

The O&M will become an automated user interface customized to the type or interest of investor and management firms that specialize in managing property at different phases of the serviceable life cycle. CaPSCi’s integrated identity infrastructure was designed to automatically schedule and dispatch contractors within the property’s service provider ecosystem.

Authorized service providers will consume data specific to tasks they perform. A Real Estate agent may access building data for analysis or customization as-required for a field of interest but investment communities should govern third party access and retention.

Authorized AEC professionals, contractors and tenants utilize different pieces of the same information in very different ways. Accessibility is usually associated with data additions and improvements that enhance the value of the property’s building data. Storing third party enhanced data generally falls under the oversight of investor and management firms who commission services but some data writes like IoT will be automated.  

BIM Automated O&M

Building information models are the foundation of a property’s data stack and performance requirements. Operation and maintenance activities originate from the BIM and regulations. User manuals and technical specifications of installed systems and equipment related warranty’s and serviceable life define the performance requirements of ownership.

Digitized operating requirements, performance activity and technical specifications can be leveraged to automatically schedule building maintenance for management approvals, assign contractors and schedule connections with tenants or provide building access to specific personnel.

Contractors consume construction data from manufacturers, suppliers, regulators and PropData sources.

Contractor cloud platforms will be the primary tools used to access Construction Data while exchanging originated data with PropTech and interacting with GovTech applications. Bid submission and design platforms will write contractor generated PropData entries to the buildings’ cloud or BIM data container while supplying supply chains with logistics data.

A property centric identity infrastructure independent of property ecosystems was created to provide secure confidential exchange of data between service providers, applications and platforms, and the property’s proprietary data container(s). Identity’s also facilitated an electronic command structure for independent management of property activities supporting seamless administrative transfers between investors and service providers.

Building Information Models are the Foundation of a Property's Data Stack and Performance Requirements