Jon Mirtschin

Geometry Gym
Typist

Jon Mirtschin received his Bachelor of Engineering/Science from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He worked for Connell Wagner and Expedition Engineering (London) before starting Geometry Gym in 2009. Geometry Gym develops BIM software tools specifically for Model Exchange using OpenBIM standards such as IFC. These are primarily in the form of plugins for applications such as Revit, Rhino, Grasshopper, Tekla and various Structural Analysis applications.

My Speakers Sessions

  • Friday, 10 December, 2021
    • BILT ANZ 2021, Sydney | Disclosing Infrastructure OpenBIM
      Jon Mirtschin, Geometry Gym
      Design, Construction, Operations and Maintenance
      BILT
      Data Management
      Non Vendor Specific

      Synopsis: OpenBIM for Infrastructure is advancing. Candidate IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) are scheduled for the end of 2020.
      This presentation will cover in detail use cases of this data model. It will reveal software vendors and implementers testing and using the extensions. Learn how to get involved in testing and reviewing the improvements as a user or implementer.Learning Objectives: 1. Learn about published and intended improvements to equip IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) to better serve infrastructure assets.
      2. Learn about eary adoption and implementation of the candidate standard, and how you can get involved as a user or implementor.
      3. Learn about target use cases for infrastructure exchanges (including GIS and digital cadastre), and planned improvements for further development of IFC for infrastructure.Body: Improvements to better equip openBIM IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) for Infastructure projects have been underway for some years now.
      Candidate standards will be published late 2020 but implementation and testing is already underway.
      This presentation will reveal details on how users and implementers might get involved in this.
      It will also reveal intended use cases (ie design transfer, model renovation, asset operation and maintenance) above and beyond coordination use of IFC to date in buildings. Other uses wtih GIS and digital cadastre will be presented. Examples and demonstrations of the exchanges will be included.
      Details on further planned enhancements and changes will also be included.

      Synopsis:

      OpenBIM for Infrastructure is advancing. Candidate IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) are scheduled for the end of 2020.
      This presentation will cover in detail use cases of this data model. It will reveal software vendors and implementers testing and using the extensions. Learn how to get involved in testing and reviewing the improvements as a user or implementer.

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