The purpose of the Railway Domain is to accelerate and exploit new digital opportunities for railway systems and create a comprehensive and applicable digital representation of the entire railway ecosystem that will support all phases of the lifecycle. This provides the basis of interoperable support systems, reduced complexity, secure and safe solutions and reduced costs for all stakeholders.
The mission and goals of the Railway Domain are defined in the Domain Charter.
The steering committee is led by representatives from ÖBB-Infrastruktur, SBB, Trafikverket, CRBIM, MINnD, SNCF, FTIA, and RFI. The steering committee facilitates the project and activities of the domain, including overseeing the IFC Rail workshops and online meetings of the domain groups and technical services, leading the domain sessions at buildingSMART Summits, interacting with the Standards Committee and ensuring the buildingSMART Process is followed.
|Kristian Fevejle Andersen||BANE Danmark|
|Xenia Fiorentina||Italy Chapter|
|Konstantinos Kessoudis||STRABAG SE|
|Joachim Krauss||Deutsche Bahn|
|Franz Josef Peer||ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG|
|Susanne van Raalte||Trafikverket|
|Tarmo Savolainen||Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency|
|Winfried Stix||Austria Chapter|
|Eivind Pagander Tysnes||Bane NOR|
- Develop interoperable support systems
- Reduce the complexity of the rail ecosystem
- Assure secure and safe solutions
- Reduce project cost and delay for all partners
- Work with buildingSMART, rail owners and operators, and other stakeholders to:
- Extend the IFC Infrastructure Schema for the rail domain, construction and maintenance
- Contribute to IFC Common Schema development
- Build on international consensus
- Take into account iterative works with complementary data and IFC deployments
- Support early deployment and testing by making the deliverables publicly available and open