A Digitalized Mosque Maintenance Management In Public University

A remodeling of the as-built using laser scanning technology to overcome the issue of inaccurate as-built drawing, and some missing sections of the as-built. The construction phase had several issues and while the mosque finally completed, it was not documented properly.

The use of laser scans and BIM-enabled 3D data capture ensures that the building is accurately recorded. The information available ensures that the structure's maintenance is adequately managed and strategized.

Central Business District Digital Operation

A smart and sustainable digital facilities management consultation for a property and real estate company located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We assisted them in digitalising their facilities management to automate their traditional operations while reducing their resources. Using a data-driven strategy, we were able to assist the client in increasing the efficiency of their service team without incurring any more expenses or resources.

To assist the client with their unsold properties, we created a virtual open offices environment that allow their prospects to virtually visit and inspect the properties during the pandemic without physical interaction. Furthermore, the virtual open offices environment that we have designed is linked to innovative tools like online measuring and virtual reality to provide prospects with an enhanced experience during the virtual tour and inspection of the properties.

Heritage Building Information Modelling for Historic Temple in Johor Bahru

A 151-year-old historic temple in Johor Bahru, Johor, was remodeled using a Heritage Building Information Modelling (HBIM) approach. The implementation seeks to reproduce an accurate as-built drawing for the temple, which is currently unavailable and has created problems with temple management and upkeep. Our team took a significant time to 3D scan the temple, which is in a congested area surrounded by skyscrapers, using advanced technologies, including a 3D laser scanner, and processing applications such as Scene and Autodesk Revit.

The method utilized was able to capture accurate information about the temple, which was then transformed into a 3D model that could be used for better operation and maintenance planning and management. The 3D model developed was also designed for VR environment, which allows the management and maintenance team to plan effective maintenance strategies remotely, enhancing visualization and making maintenance planning easier.