Denver International Airport (DIA) in Colorado, US, has appointed Microdesk to provide its ModelStream solution that will help connect every building information model (BIM) data with its new airport facility asset management systems.
ModelStream, provided by the architecture, engineering, construction, and operations and maintenance (AECO) industry consultancy, links the information-based power of BIM with IBM Maximo, the asset lifecycle and maintenance management system.
The facilities and operations team working at Denver airport will be able to use the ModelStream solution to access BIM data required to identify probable problems, identify assets and track equipment for handling the wide range of facilities at the airport.
The BIM data is developed during the design and construction process.
Microdesk president Michael DeLacey said: "ModelStream is a cutting-edge new product that finally delivers a solution to a major pain point for owners and facility managers by creating a bi-directional connection between Autodesk Revit and IBM Maximo information to build a fully integrated asset management system."
ModelStream, which connects Autodesk Revit and IBM Maximo information, allows configuration and assets synchronisation to be completed in no time.
This helps to eliminate the time-taking process of manually populating a computerised maintenance management system (CMMS).
Microdesk introduced its Revit Asset Management Solution ModelStream, a new enterprise asset management solution, in September 2015.
According to Michael DeLacey, ModelStream is a solution that helps Microdesk in its continuous struggle to identify ways to align and support the AECO industry.
Image: Denver International Airport selects Microdesk's ModelStream solution. Photo: courtesy of Sox23/Wikipedia.