BIM catalog included: IMSWARE certified for the 5th time GEFMA 444

BIM catalogue included: iTWO fm for the 5th time GEFMA 444 certified

IMSWARE is included for the fifth time in all criteria catalogues of the GEFMA 444 certified. This also includes the recently introduced catalogue A15 "BIM-data processing". This makes IMSWARE one of the first CAFM solutionsthat meets all the requirements of the new BIM catalog.

The recertification of IMSWARE took place on 25 June by Prof. Joachim Hohmann and Prof. Michael May at IMS in Dinslaken. In this course, the data handling was also checked according to the specifications of the new catalogue A15 "BIM Data Processing". IMSWARE solved all the tasks immediately.

"We are pleased that IMSWARE, with its recently introduced BIM interface, was able to meet all the requirements of the BIM-enhanced GEFMA 444 certification fully met," says Michael Heinrichs, Managing Director of IMS. "The certification for BIM by the GEFMA auditors shows that we are already meeting the key tasks in mediating between BIM and CAFM have grasped and solved," says Heinrichs.

With the latest recertification according to GEFMA 444, IMSWARE proves the future viability of the software. With it, users are already equipped for the integration of BIM today and can dates from a building model precisely into their CAFM-system. Besides IFC-based data, proprietary formats can also be integrated into IMSWARE.

"The positive results of the first recertifications according to GEFMA 444:2018-05 confirm our conviction that the inclusion of the BIM topic in the certification was a correct and important step, despite some critical voices. Particularly noteworthy is the fact that BIM is no longer just a future topic for the FM but that interfaces to BIM are increasingly demanded by CAFM users," adds Prof. Michael May arguments for the new catalogue A15 of GEFMA 444.

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