Manuale Dell’Opera

(Building’s Handbook)

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R&D Project co-funded by the AUTONOMOUS PROVINCE OF TRENTO in the context of the L.P. 6/99 “Provincial law for business incentives”


MDO Targets

The goal of the MDO project is the design and test of a service which realizes the Building’s Handbook, both with the use and development of qualified professional resources in the Trentino area, and through the creation of an information system for the treatment and integration of processes and data.

Currently, building’s information are fragmented, hard to find and not shared.

The MDO’s service enables heterogeneous users to consult, update and share informations about the work – even on-site – cooperatively across many areas of interest.

A fundamental aspect of the MDO’s  service is the dynamism, the information availability (also “on-site“) and the complete interaction with users; therefore it will be based on service-oriented architecture (SOA).

Users with different roles, use and update MDO’s services each with their own levels of access.

The same way they can be informed directly by the MDO’s services (SMS, e-mail, fax or otherwise) for occurred updates, whether normative or related to a periodic review (as, for example, that required for fire-fighting).

The information will be certified by a metadating system that will ensure the correct and complete description of the data itself.

The monitoring is done using a computer system integrated with innovative technologies (RFID) to manage the immediate availability of information/documents relating to a building or parts of it using also mobile devices (PDAs, mobile NFC, mobile, etc.).

Users can access data at any time (because stored in a central system and served with technologies like the Internet of things).

MDO project involving  the cooperation between 2 Trento’s companies (Trilogis Srl – GPI SpA) and D-Recta Srl consulting company Conegliano Veneto (Trilogis’s partner since 2008), the DISI department of University of Trento, the RFID Competence Center of the Polytechnic of Milan, the consortium Habitech – Technology Cluster, and collaboration with some test site for the testing of the prototype development.