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 OJCE  Vol.6 No.3 , June 2016
Standardization of BIM Objects: Development of a Proposal for Portugal
Abstract: The management of information systems contributes to the economic development of the construction sector by organizing and structuring technical and economic information. It is proposed how BIM (Building Information Modelling) and a Portuguese information system-ProNIC (abbreviation for Protocol for the Standardization of Construction Technical Information) may be interconnected. The scope of this information transmission in construction sector is a step to solve several problems that have been identified in conception of BIM models.
Cite this paper: Salvado, F. , Silva, M. , Couto, P. and Azevedo, Á. (2016) Standardization of BIM Objects: Development of a Proposal for Portugal. Open Journal of Civil Engineering, 6, 469-474. doi: 10.4236/ojce.2016.63039.
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