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BIM

Building Information

Modeling

BIM (Building Information Modeling): digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of an element. In the specific case of construction, BIM can be seen as modelling to optimise the design, construction and management of buildings and infrastructure.

What is 

BIM?

The BIM is a new collaborative design method, i.e. a system that allows the sharing and exchange of information on the components used, not only geometric but above all qualitative (performance and technical characteristics), which is useful in each of the different design phases: architectural, structural, plant engineering and energy.

How does it

work?

The BIM design is managed with the help of a computerised system that allows the entire life cycle of the work to be managed and enables a substantial reduction in time and costs. From the models shared between the professionals involved, all the necessary documents and drawings can be extracted.

Benefits of the BIM method

Costs and Timing 

Reduction of costs and time, both during the design and construction phases.

Mistakes and Variantions

Reduction of errors and subsequent prevention and cancellation of variants during construction thanks to 3D project management.

Standardisation 

Overall increase in efficiency, productivity and project quality through standardisation of documentation.

Maintenance

Traceability of documentation, a very important aspect both during design and in the later stages of operation and maintenance.

GEWISS - BIM models and tools for electrical designers

In order to be able to design with the BIM method, it is necessary to have the models of the various components of the work (structural elements, furnishing objects, fixtures and fittings, architectural and plant components, etc.) produced according to international standards. Electrical designers therefore need BIM models of the electrical components to be included in their designs.

 

BIM models of products: GEWISS makes BIM models of its products available to planners. The data contained in the models are structured to take into account the specific type of each product and its installation aspects. In addition to the graphics, the models contain various information and elements that are needed in projects: technical data, images, symbols, links to data sheets, etc.

Plugin for REVIT®: Designers using REVIT software can use theplugin to directly insert BIM models of GEWISS components. In addition, the plugin makes it possible to realise:

  • Compositions with the inserts of the civil series (device, box, frame, plate) in various types of installation (flush, wall, watertight, etc.);
  • Compositions of switchboards (wall and recessed) with modular devices (circuit breakers, differential, accessories, etc.).

 

Features of GEWISS models

1

Photometries

The luminaire models have their photometric curve incorporated.

2

Simbols

The models have a scalable symbol, visible in plan views and printable.

3

Installation

Box, box and switchboard models can be wall-mounted or flush-mounted depending on the type.

4

Compositions

The compositions of the civil and switchboard series created with the plugin can be inserted directly into Revit® or downloaded.

Software useful for you

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REVIT®

Plugin for BIM design with Gewiss products, with the plugin will be possible to insert single Gewiss products or composition directly in the project created by Autodesk REVIT®. 

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BIM

BIM is an online software that can be used by any device connected to the Internet (smartphones, tablets or PCs) with which you can download the BIM models of GEWISS products.

The program allows you to navigate within the GEWISS catalogue among the various: series, categories and subcategories, obtaining the 3D image of the product and its BIM model (* .RFA format) for Autodesk REVIT program.

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