Digital twin technology is revolutionizing the way we manage and operate buildings throughout their lifecycle. Traditional building management methods often resulted in various problems after several years of operation due to poor management. However, with the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Building Automation Systems (BAS), data-driven management is now possible throughout the entire lifecycle of a building.
QRInno’s digital twin roadmap for buildings combines BIM and BAS to create a virtual representation of a physical building. This mapping of data in the virtual space allows for real-time monitoring of all systems and equipment in the building, providing a major evolution from traditional information and automation technology. Our high connectivity PC-based control system also provides an integrated solution that bridges the gap between building, IT and automation, reducing investment and construction time and costs.
Our competences with open control technology make it easy to integrate all equipment into the building management system, providing capabilities for self-diagnostics, self-analysis, and even autonomous decision-making. For example, our digital twin technology can monitor and control equipment such as a photovoltaic power station on the roof and a rainwater collection device, to minimize the consumption of fresh water and energy.
The project is driven by digitalization in the field of BIM, with the aim of implementing a smart building that satisfies the requirements of the entire industrial value chain and enables the application of building management functions across the full life cycle. The smart building management system incorporates various sub-systems such as building automation, energy management, facility management, fire protection, access security, and environmental monitoring, all combined through the “Intelligent building operation and maintenance management platform.” Through mutual mapping and bidirectional control between the real physical environment and the virtual digital space, it provides the building with capabilities for self-diagnostics, self-analysis, and even autonomous decision-making within the framework set by the facility management, to optimize the building’s operation and achieve a harmonious coexistence of human beings, building and nature.