BIM catalog included: IMSWARE certified for the 5th time GEFMA 444
IMSWARE is certified for the fifth time in all criteria catalogs of GEFMA 444. This also includes the recently introduced A15 "BIM Data Processing" catalog. 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 June 25th by Prof. Joachim Hohmann and Prof. Michael May at IMS in Dinslaken. In this context, data handling was also carried out according to the specifications of the new catalog A15 "Abbreviation for "Building Information Modeling": Describes a method of optimized planning, execution and management of buildings using software. All relevant building data are digitally recorded, combined and networked. CAFM software ... more“Checked. IMSWARE solved all tasks immediately.
"We are delighted that IMSWARE, with its recently launched BIM interface, immediately meets all the requirements of the BIM-enhanced GEFMA 444 certification," said Michael Heinrichs, IMS Managing Director. "The certification for BIM by the GEFMA examiners shows that we have already today recorded and solved the central tasks in the mediation between BIM and CAFM," says Heinrichs.
With the most recent recertification according to GEFMA 444, IMSWARE proves the future viability of the software. With it, users are already equipped for the integration of BIM and can precisely import data from a building model into it Abbreviation for "Computer Aided Facility Management": CAFM is the support of facility management by information technology in the form of a computer program consisting of a database and a user interface. Here ... more convict. In addition to IFC-based data, proprietary formats can also be integrated in IMSWARE.
"The positive results of the first GEFMA 444: 2018-05 recertification confirms our conviction that the inclusion of the BIM subject in certification, despite some critical voices, was a valid and important step. 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 the CAFM users, "adds Prof. Michael May arguments for the new catalog A15 of the GEFMA 444.
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