G449 – Building Information Modeling (BIM)

Module
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Module number
G449
Version: 1
Faculty
Spatial Information
Level
Master
Duration
1 Semester
Semester
Summer semester
Module supervisor

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Clemen
christian.clemen(at)htw-dresden.de

Lecturer(s)

Dr.-Ing. Helga Tauscher
helga.tauscher(at)htw-dresden.de

Course language(s)

English
in "Building Information Modeling (BIM)"

ECTS credits

5.00 credits

Workload

150 hours

Courses

4.00 SCH (2.00 SCH Vorlesung | 2.00 SCH Internship)

Self-study time

90.00 hours

Pre-examination(s)
None
Examination(s)

Alternative examination - Computer project
Module examination | Weighting: 50% | wird in englischer Sprache abgenommen
in "Building Information Modeling (BIM)"

Alternative examination - Written academic assessment
Module examination | Examination time: 60 min | Weighting: 50% | wird in englischer Sprache abgenommen
in "Building Information Modeling (BIM)"

Form of teaching
keine Angabe
Media type
No information
Instruction content/structure
  • Motivation and practical examples for BIM
  • Differences and similarities of the BIM method with CAD and GIS
  • Methods of solid modeling
  • Semantic building models and component orientation
  • Component libraries, classification systems
  • Level of Information Needed (LOIN)
  • Collaboration and Management
  • Legal framework and standards
  • Georeferencing of building models
  • Digital terrain models (DTM) in BIM
  • Open and proprietary data formats (Industry Foundation Classes, Revit)
  • Visual programming and creation of plugins for BIM software
Qualification objectives
  • Understanding the concepts of semantic and component-oriented building models
  • Applying commercial BIM software for AEC-planning and asset management, applying BIM and GIS models together
  • Knowing open BIM standards and data models
  • Developing simple plugins or software for the BIM method
  • Understanding BIM as a management method
Social and personal skills
No information
Special admission requirements
Recommended prerequisites
Continuation options
Literature
None
Current teaching resources
None
Notes
No information