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Global trends in BIM research-Amarnath CB

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Transcript of Global trends in BIM research-Amarnath CB

Model Uses
An Overview of Global Research Trends in BIM from Analysis of BIM Publications
Amarnath CB, Yun-Tsui Chang & Shang-Hsien Hsieh
National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Domain Model Use
General Model Use
Custom Model Use
BIM Fields - Most researched countries
Interactive map for Categorization of Global BIM Publications into BIM Fields, PLC stages & BIM Uses
Global trends in BIM publications
Categorizations of BIM publications into Project life cycle stages
Country-wise BIM publications
Globally, 19 highly researched DMUs.
BIM publications classification by research directions
Model Uses categories & series
Source: Model uses Taxonomy, URL: http://www.bimframework.info/paper-a10/
This study aims at critical assessment of the BIM research in building’s project life cycle, with the aim of bringing together the present-day body of knowledge from global research outputs & delivering a comprehensive & collective perspective of BIM till date.
Objective of this Study
Introduction & methodology
USA & UK has 100+ featured BIM publications
Australia & China close to 100 &
Other countries less than or close to 50
Isikdag, U. & Underwood, J. (2010). A Synopsis of the Handbook of Research on Building Information Modeling. Proceedings of CIB 2010 World Building Congress. May: Salford, MA, 2010.
BIM Fields
2 DMUs & 60 CMUs were identified as new and added in our study
Out of 52 GMUs, majority of publications fall into 16 GMUs category
& these 16 GMUs is represented here.
Summary
BIM research started booming from 2010. USA, the UK, China & Australia have researched & published large volumes of
BIM publications.

Process simulation & monitoring, building information services & standardization are most researched
BIM fields/directions
.
Real life cases and lean & green BIM fields are the emerging ones.

Researchers in North American & European countries focus more on the “standardization” & “building information services”
BIM fields/directions
, while researchers in emerging Asian countries focus more on the “process simulation & monitoring” direction.

Parametric modeling is the most explored
GMU
.

Planning & designing and simulation & quantifying are most researched
DMU series
.
While, Constructing & fabricating and Operation & maintaining DMU series are the potential areas to be explored.

Design authoring, construction planning, cost estimation & laser scanning are widely researched
DMUs

BIM implementation and BIM for CCC are most explored
CMUs
.


Ongoing work
Includes, social networking analysis, project life cycle associated analysis, keywords analysis, publication sources analysis, etc. for delivering the road map for future BIM research & identifying BIM related research gaps.

Suggestions on current & ongoing works are appreciated.
Thank you
References
BIM ThinkSpace. (2015). Episode 24: Understanding Model Uses. Retrieved from BIM Think Space website:http://www.bimthinkspace.com/, accessed on September 10, 2015.

Cheng, J.C.P. & Lu, Q. (2015). A Review of the Efforts and Roles of the Public Sector for BIM Adoption Worldwide, Journal of Information Technology in Construction, 20 (October), 442–478.

Cooper, H.M. (1988). Organizing knowledge syntheses: A taxonomy of literature reviews. Knowledge in Society, 1 (x), 104-126.

Isikdag, U. & Underwood, J. (2010). A Synopsis of the Handbook of Research on Building Information Modeling. Proceedings of CIB 2010 World Building Congress. May: Salford, MA, 2010.

Kassem, M., Succar, B., & Dawood, N. (2014). Building Information Modeling: analyzing noteworthy publications of eight countries using a knowledge content taxonomy' in R. Issa & S. Olbina (Eds.), Building Information Modeling: applications and practices in the AEC industry, ASCE Technical Council on Computing and IT. University of Florida.

Kreider, R. & Messner, J. (2015). A Model Use Ontology. Proceedings of CIB 2015 World Building Congress.

Merschbrock, C. & Erik Munkvold, B. (2012). A research review on building information modeling in construction-an area ripe for is research. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 31(1), 207–228.
Conceptual boundaries
Adoption
Maturity
Standardization
Lean & Green
Emergency response
Process simulation & monitoring
Building information services
Building & geo-information integration
Industry-wide adoption
Education & training
Real-life cases
Emerging Asian countries
North American & European countries
North American & European countries
BIM publication data
1500+ BIM publications
65 Countries
25 Years BIM publication data
Literature search process
Querying scholarly databases
Journal search
Searching by topic using the keywords
Backward & forwards searches, i.e. referenced & cited papers
BIM publication screening
with typical evaluation criteria applied, 1500+ BIM publications were screened to 1000 featured BIM publications
Categorization
BIM Publications were tagged with
publication type, author(s),
year of publication, country & region,
BIM fields,
Project life cycle stages
BIM Uses
Analysis & Visualization
BIM publications were analyzed & visualized, quantitatively & qualitatively under the three BIM research frameworks, i.e.
BIM research compass (Iskidag & Underwood, 2010), Model uses (BIM ThinkSpace, 2015) &
Project life cycle stages.

https://public.tableau.com/shared/NB7K6DCQT?:display_count=yes
52 GMUs
73 DMUs
No fixed number of CMUs
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