Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
M. Sreckovic, G. Sibenik, D. Breitfuß, T. Preindl, W. Kastner:
"Analysis of design phase processes with BIM for blockchain implementation";
Talk: European Conference on Product and Process Modelling 2020-2021,
- 2021-09-16; in: "ECPPM 2021 - eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction",
CRC Press; Taylor and Francis Group, London,
The increasing digitalization and thus evidently advancing change in the architecture, engineering and con-struction (AEC) industry, requires new business models, processes and strategies. Blockchain (BC), smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps) are still underused in AEC. BC and its potential of inclusion into the communication between project stakeholders has shown that it is not just a technology that is ready to use, but requires a thorough insight into the design process of domain-specific stakeholders, their interests and their collaboration workflows for a holistic Building Information Modeling (BIM) and BC-supported solution for the design phase. This paper introduces process modeling of BIM-workflows in the design phase. We pro-pose a conceptual framework for the implementation of a design process with BC based on the integration of three underlying theories: design theory, configuration theory and task-technology fit. The main assumption is, before we can capture processes (1) we need to understand them (design theory) in order to re-engineer them for distributed ledger technologies (DLT) (2) we need to adapt them to changing requirements (configu-ration theory), and finally (3) continually re-adjust Information Technology (IT) and processes interdepend-ence (task-technology fit).
Blockhain, Smart Comtracts, BIM, Design Phase
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