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Название Asset information model requirements for industrial facility
DOI 10.17580/em.2023.02.23
Автор Sharafutdinova A. A., Bryn M. Ja., Sharafutdinov R. A.
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Emperor Alexander I St. Petersburg State Transport University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

A. A. Sharafutdinova, Post-Graduate Student, Geodetic Engineer, anzhelikaalexeevna@gmail.com
M. Ja. Bryn, Professor, Doctor of Engineering Sciences


LLC AVEVA, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
R. A. Sharafutdinov, Senior Technical Consultant, Candidate of Engineering Sciences


An Asset Information Model (AIM) is increasingly being developed to manage an industrial facility efficiently and safely. Despite many studies and current regulatory documentation, the topical issue is creating the AIM industrial facility requirements. Given the complexity and intensity of processes at an industrial facility’s operation stage, the requirements development for AIM creating is an urgent issue. This article is focused on the study of requirements, including three general components: level of development (LOD), level of information (LOI) and level of accuracy (LOA) of model elements. In the research, the key components that should be contained in AIM have been identified, and the LOD and LOI requirements are developed based on research. A new level LOD 550 is introduced to solve deformation monitoring problems. The LOA specification for AIM elements and requirements for the accuracy of determining the spatial position of elements is developed. Lastly, the requirements for laser scanning and modeling objects accuracy are formulated. This study provides insight into a general idea of the AIM requirements and helps developers and users create AIM for solving operation tasks based on this information.

Ключевые слова Asset Information model of industry, facility management, level of development, level of information, level of accuracy, requirements, terrestrial laser scanning
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