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    33= Other Interoperability Initiatives = 
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    5 ---- 
     5The '''ISO 15926 Primer''' has been replaced with '''An Introduction to ISO 15926''', a free download from Fiatech. 
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    7 [[PageOutline(2-4,Contents,inline)]] 
     7This page is out of date and has been deprecated. 
    88 
    9 == Abstract == 
     9If you reached this page from a link in another web page please inform the webmaster. 
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    11 In addition to the major players in the development of ISO 15926 there are a number of other organizations that also have interoperability initiatives. 
     11For a peek at the new book and instructions on how to download a copy please follow this link. 
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    14  
    15 == aecXML == 
    16  
    17 A.k.a.  Architecture, Engineering, Construction XML 
    18  
    19 aecXML started life in the late 1990s. 
    20  
    21  
    22 '''References''' 
    23  
    24   * [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AecXML Wikipedia: aecXML] 
    25  
    26  
    27 == ARC (ARC Advisory Group) == 
    28  
    29 From it's website:  "ARC Advisory Group is a research and advisory firm for manufacturing, energy, and supply chain solutions..." 
    30  
    31 ARC is a frequent participant in Asset Lifecycle conferences.   
    32  
    33 '''References'''  * http://www.arcweb.com 
    34  
    35 == buildingSMARTalliance == 
    36  
    37 The buildingSMARTalliance (bSa) was created to support advanced digital technology in the real property industry, from concept, design, and contruction to operations and maintenance.  It more-or-less expands the goals of the North American chapter of the International Alliance for Interoperability.  It is very much a proponent of Building Information Modeling. 
    38  
    39 '''References''' 
    40  
    41   * http://www.buildingsmartalliance.org/index.php/about/ 
    42  
    43 === IFC  (Industry Foundation Classes) === 
    44  
    45 The Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) is a data model developed by the buildingSMARTalliance.  It is a neutral and open specification that is not controlled by a single vendor or group of vendors. 
    46  
    47 The IFC specification is written using the EXPRESS data definition language, defined as ISO10303-11 by the ISO TC184/SC4 committee. It is the same data definition language as used e.g. in STEP or CIS/2.  
    48  
    49 '''References''' 
    50   * http://www.iai-tech.org/products/ifc-overview 
    51   * [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industry_Foundation_Classes  Wikipedia: IFC] 
    52  
    53 == EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) == 
    54  
    55 From its website:  "The Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. (EPRI) conducts research and development relating to the generation, delivery and use of electricity for the benefit of the public..." 
    56  
    57 One of EPRI's mandates is to promote cooperation between its members.  One aspect of cooperation is the easy interoperability of digital information. 
    58  
    59 '''References''' 
    60   * http://www.epri.com 
    61  
    62 == COBIE (Construction Operations Building Information Exchange) == 
    63  
    64 COBIE is primarily concerned with commercial buildings.  Its premise is "Why wait till the job is over to start gathering handover information?"  The COBIE approach is to start accumulating handover information while the building is still being designed.  Using COBIE-compliant commercial software, engineers and constructors can put appropriate documents into the turnover datastore just once, and make reference to it wherever it is needed. 
    65  
    66 A formal demonstration of the current version of COBIE, COBIE2, is planned for the National Institute of Building Science annual meeting in Washington, DC, in December 2009. 
    67  
    68  
    69 '''References''' 
    70   * http://www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php 
    71  
    72 == IOHN  (Integrated Operations in the High North) == 
    73  
    74 Oil and gas operations in the high north are remote sites, leading to heavy demands on communication.  Instrumentation and efficient transfer of real time data between fields and centralized operations is critical to profitable development.   
    75  
    76 '''References''' 
    77   * https://www.posccaesar.org/wiki/IOHN 
    78  
    79 == MIMOSA (Machinery Information Management Open Systems Alliance) == 
    80  
    81 From its website:  "MIMOSA is a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to developing and encouraging the adoption of open information standards for Operations and Maintenance in manufacturing, fleet, and facility environments. MIMOSA's open standards enable collaborative asset lifecycle management in both commercial and military applications." 
    82  
    83 '''References''' 
    84   * http://www.mimosa.org/ 
    85  
    86 == Open O&M == 
    87  
    88 From its website:  "OpenO&M is an initiative of multiple industry standards organizations to provide a harmonized set of standards for the exchange of Operations & Maintenance (O&M) data and associated context." 
    89  
    90 '''References''' 
    91   * http://www.openoandm.org/ 
    92  
    93  
    94 == Other FIATCH Projects == 
    95  
    96 === Active Projects === 
    97  
    98 At any given time, FIATECH sponsors a number of projects, many of which have something to do with exchanging information. 
    99  
    100   * [http://fiatech.org/tech-projects/active-projects.html Active FIATECH Projects] 
    101  
    102 === Automating Equipment Information Exchange (AEX) === 
    103  
    104   * [http://fiatech.org/active-projects/54-automating-equipment-information-exchange-aex-roadmap-element-3.html?showall=1 Automating Equipment Information Exchange (AEX) - Roadmap Element 3] 
    105  
    106 The Automating Equipment Information Exchange (AEX) project is developing XML specifications to automate information exchange for the design, procurement, delivery, operation and maintenance of engineered equipment. The AEX project is part of FIATECH's Roadmap Element 3. It it being developed in conjunction with the IDS-ADI project because of the large overlap between them. 
    107  
    108 === Global Valve Cross-Reference eCatalog (GVCC) === 
    109  
    110   * [http://fiatech.org/active-projects/53-global-valve-cross-reference-e-catalog-gvcc-roadmap-element-3.html Global Valve Cross-Reference e-Catalog (GVCC) - Roadmap Element 3] 
    111  
    112 At the beginning of every detailed engineering project, materials engineers have the task of reconciling their internal valve descriptions with those of valve manufacturers.  In this project, valve manufacturers are cross-referencing their valves to the descriptions of the Process Industries Practices (PIP) reference valve catalog using FIATECH’s automation equipment information exchange (AEX) XML protocols.  The resulting cross-reference tool will be available to project sponsors on a GVCC website.  The GVCC web site will enable participating companies to automatically cross-match their internal valve catalogs and technical specifications with their business collaboration partners via a common cross-match to an electronic version of the PIP valve catalog. 
    113  
    114 == Next == 
    115  
    116   [wiki:ISO15926Primer_HowItWorks Primer: How Does ISO 15926 Work?] 
    117  
    118 ---- 
     13  * [wiki:ISO15926Primer An Introduction to ISO 15926] 
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