Developing a strategy to ensure the interoperability of various information systems deployed at the project, asset, and enterprise level
In the construction industry, achieving seamless information exchange across the project and asset value chain is a significant challenge, resulting in complex information management and collaboration issues. To tackle this complexity, establishing interoperability across various information systems is essential. Moreover, aligning Information Systems (IS) with business functions and capabilities drives the need to proactively identify essential elements for transitioning to more interoperable information ecosystems in new project settings. This study introduces the Interoperable Information Environment Framework (IIEF), a tool recognizing interoperability across different levels, spanning from information silos and manual data sharing at Level 0 to the revolutionary impact of digital twins at Level 7. The framework identifies enterprise-level integration gaps and barriers through Enterprise Modelling (EM) techniques, offering a holistic view of an organization’s as-is state. By considering broader contextual factors and emphasizing the role of Common Data Environments (CDEs), the research sets the stage for a more interconnected, efficient, and boundary-blurring construction and asset management industry.
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