Integrated Buildings & Structures

University study on RFID and BIM in the built environment

  • 1.  University study on RFID and BIM in the built environment

    Posted 10-16-2021 11:04 AM

    Hi ASCE community,

    I'm a new ASCE member. I am a building information management student from the University of Portsmouth, UK, and I'm carrying out a study on the industry perspective towards the use of RFID sensor technology in BIM construction projects. I'm trying to get more engagement with specific sectors of the AEC industry, and more engineering input would be greatly appreciated to balance the outcome, and hopefully be beneficial to the industry.

    If you can read this, then your opinion counts and I'd like to hear your take, whether you know/use RFID in your BIM projects or not!  The study will be published to open access once it is completed. There are no obligations and no personal data collected.Interested parties can access my study questionnaire link, a Google forms document, here:

    Research survey on the industry perspective towards guidelines for the application of RFID sensor technology in BIM construction projects

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    Research survey on the industry perspective towards guidelines for the application of RFID sensor technology in BIM construction projects
    Dear Reader. My name is Dirk Lourens, a MSc Building Information Management student at the University of Portsmouth's School of Civil Engineering and Surveying. The title of my research dissertation is "The adoption of guidelines for RFID sensor technology in BIM-enabled construction methods".
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    Dirk Lourens EIT, R.A., S.M.ASCE
    Prof. Architect, BIM Specialist
    Johannesburg
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