The purpose of the Regulatory Domain is helping project owners and regulatory authorities benefit from the use of openBIM. The vision is an automated regulatory process, achieved by supporting gradual change in workflow from manual to automated, to safeguard the legal perspective.
The Regulatory Domain is led by a steering committee comprised of representatives from international members and local buildingSMART chapters. The steering committee facilitates the project and activities of the domain, interacts with and provides reports to the standards committee, leads the domain sessions at buildingSMART summits, and ensures the buildingSMART Process is followed.
|Franco Coin||Italy Chapter|
|Tamer El-Diraby||Canada Chapter|
|Tomi Henttinen||Finland Chapter|
|Rick Klooster||Benelux Chapter|
|Paulina Magdzicka||Poland Chapter|
|Masaki Muto||Japan Chapter|
|Nick Nisbet||UK & Ireland Chapter|
|Wawan Solihin||Singapore Chapter|
|Adrian Wildenauer||Switzerland Chapter|
- Standardize processes, work-flows and procedures for regulators based on openBIM and support them with tools, guidelines and manuals
- Support interoperability between Regulatory, Requirements and Recommendatory (RRR) content
- Provide an open discussion room for each government’s building regulators, researchers, and implementers to promote openBIM based processes and collaborative issues
- Be an arena for government regulatory bodies to share information, inspire and implement automated code checking using openBIM standards including ISO 16739 in real life situations.
- Lead and manage projects and initiatives to facilitate and influence adoption by stakeholders.
To learn more about the Regulatory Domain and the activities here, or contribute in the work, please contact us.