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DPP and the adoption of GS1 standards for the identification of construction products

How GS1 standards can be applied to construction products in order to meet the DPP requirements for globally unique, interoperable and non-proprietary methods of product identification.

Exploring advantages of implementing GS1 standards with BIM and Revit

Antonio Ianni from GS1 Ireland explores the advantages of implementing GS1 standards and identifiers with BIM and Revit.

Case Study: hospital plant room asset management with GS1 barcodes

Hospital plant room management at CHI Urgent Care Centre leveraging GS1 asset and location identifiers and barcode tags and the Fexillon data management platform.

What do Facility Managers need from BIM?

The goal of this whitepaper is to provide an insight into the reasons why healthcare sector owners and operators should adopt openBIM standards for the lifecycle management of their estate portfolios, facilities, and assets.

Benefits of GS1 identifiers for facilities and asset maintenance

GS1 standards and identifiers make the entire building lifecycle more efficient, from design through to procurement, commissioning, handover, on-going maintenance and recycling.

Video: a call for industry collaboration

Industry has recognized the need for a standards-based traceability framework that enables visibility and interoperability across the supply chain. There is a need for collaboration between all parties.

Video: Enabling Data Sharing in Construction - GS1 Norway

A video by GS1 Norway on Enabling Data Sharing in Construction