Defining Asset Information Requirements isn’t easy, and it isn’t a quick 10 minute job. What we also know is the power and value in having good, accurate, asset data.
How can we bridge the gap in ensuring good, accurate asset data is procured in the first place? How can we validate what is delivered at handover? How can we be certain that it is fit for purpose for the asset managers/Operations and Maintenance teams?
Through the work BIP has been doing with organisations such as the University of Canterbury Capital Works and Asset Management teams, Christchurch City Council, and the Ministry of Education, we have identified some tools and templates that can help resolve the above questions.
This webinar presents the first prototype of an Asset Information Requirements (AIR) tool, that is aligned to the International Information Management Standard ISO19650 and IFC, and aims to:
- Helps organisations identify what data is valuable to them in a database format (as opposed to a pdf for example)
- Provide organisations the means to select IFC attributes (asset data) against a classification system.
- Choose their preferred units of measure.
- Adds flexibility and scalability based on both organisation and project size.
- Provide the means to QA data as it’s received as well as generating an asset register form for capturing asset data.
Whilst the tool is named the AIR tool, it actually incorporates many aspects of ISO19650 by providing organisations the means to ask:
- What asset data do I need? (AIR)
- Why do I need this asset data? (OIR)
- How do I need this asset data formatted? (AIR)
- Who is responsible for providing the data? (EIR)
- When can I/do I need this asset data? (EIR)
- Where do I need the information sent to? (EIR)