The Implementation Support Group is responsible to support the implementation and certification activities for buildingSMART standards.
ISG is a standing working group and reports to the Technical Room and has specific responsibility to support the compliance program. It also has an implementation oversight responsibility across the entire standards community.
The Model Support Group – MSG is an expert group to support the building and maintanance of buildingSMART IFC data model standards. MSG is responsible for the integrity and maintenance of the IFC specification and related specifications.
MSG is a standing working group and reports to the Technical Room and has responsibility across the entire standards community.
The Dictionaries Technical Support Group – DTSG is responsible for the development of the bSDD standards and functionality, managing technology issues including management of the software infrastructure, as well as the procedures and quality control of bSDD terminology content.
DTWG is a standing working group and reports to the Product Room.
Technical Advisory Group
The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) is an academic liaison and outreach group with responsibility to assist and support the Technical Room and to ensure the Rooms deliberations are up to date with the latest academic developments.
The specific charter for this group is subject to review by the Technical Room as part of the transitionary process to implement the new operating model.
bSDD Working Group – bsDD-WG is responsible for the evaluation and testing of the bSDD features and functionality and for promoting the development and utilization of data dictionary processes, formats and content. It also acts as a support, coordination and training working group for other working groups or projects with data dictionary requirements.
bSDD-WG reports to the Product Room for the purpose of helping provide guidance and encourage consistency in the development of standardized terminology based on and supporting the bSI standards and utilizing the bSDD platform.
Development of open access global BIM guidelines and best practice recommendations.
The Working group objective is to create access to a compendium of BIM guideline documentation where users can create your own BIM guide based on searching a database of existing sources and set against a standardized Table of Contents.
Groups being formed
The groups in the following table are being formed and they may result in a proposal to the Standards Committee Executive to progress further
|Intended type||Subject||Project related to||Room||Date requested||Date approved||Leader||Alert||Members|
|Informal, Proposed, Working or Support||(Date of SCE meeting)||Call / SCE decision / SC Vote / Publish|
|Informal||Automated code checking||P20||Regulatory||Mar-15||SCE decision||tbc|
|Informal||e-submission common guidelines||P19||Regulatory||Mar-15||tbc|
|Working||Asset Management requirement definition study||P17||Infrastructure||Mar-15||Henk Schaap||SCE decision||tbc|
|Working||Product templates & BIM Objects||P13||Product||Mar-15||Paul Oakley |
|Working||IFC for Roads||P12||Infrastructure||Mar-15||Francois Grobler||SCE decision||tbc|
|Informal||IFC for Bridges||P5||Infrastructure||Mar-15||Christophe Castaing|
|Working||Linked Building Data Group||Technical||Apr-15||Pieter Pauwels||SCE decision||Jakob Beetz|
|Informal||Augmented reality||Technical||Apr-15||Leif Granholm|
|Informal||The integration of spatial and built environment modelling||Infrastructure||Mar-15||Jim Plume|
If you are interested in being involved, or if you have an open BIM project that you would like to be considered, then either contact the leader directly or contact us using the form below.