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Improving facility management with vectorised 3D-indoor maps

Reference number
Coordinator Vyer Technologies AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 000 000
Project duration December 2017 - July 2018
Status Completed
Venture Innovative Startups

Purpose and goal

Thanks to support from Vinnova, Vyer has been able to run a successful project. The project shows improved facility maintenance of real estate with the aid of vectorised 3D models, also known as BIM-models. BIM-models together with Vyer’s digital platform enable real estate owners to digitise the flow of information in their buildings and to use this capacity to enable facility maintenance with improved efficiency.

Expected results and effects

Vyers digital platform that have been in the centre of tests in this project enable mobile access to BIM-models which in turn is essential for maintenance work. The platform introduces a maintenance oriented user interface with features that enable facility mangers to access and enhance information in BIM-models. Tests of the platform, conducted on over 100.000 sqm of buildings over the course of several different customer groups have shown enhancement of maintenance of real estate through improved use if the working hours of facility managers, electricity, inventory and space.

Planned approach and implementation

The real estate owners and facility maintenance organisations that we have worked with in this project have proven larger and slower than first expected. It has been of great value to work with an existing data-format that the owners and facility managers were already comfortable with since it speeded up discussions and made it quicker and easier for new organisations to join the project. It enabled more, valuable and unplanned tests that contributed to stronger test results.

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Last updated 8 October 2019

Reference number 2017-04553

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