The registry principle and SMART documents as conditions for the digital transformation of technical building operation

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Ilya Alexandrovich Zvonov
Natalia Vladimirovna Kashirina

Abstract

The transition to “Industry 4.0” or the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” is a difficult step, within which automated technologies are being introduced into all areas of production industries. The aim of this introduction is to provide the exchange of data between devices, databases and systems of varying difficulty level without human intervention. This transition is also a transition to formalization and standardization, and therefore requires the use of new formats of regulatory and regulatory-technical, organizational-technical documents. It becomes obvious that these formats should be not only human-readable, but also machine-readable. They will allow documents to be systematically and effectively formed, applied and adjusted at all stages of the building's life cycle. The technical operation of buildings does not stand aside. Effective operational activity is impossible without effective management of its regulatory and technical documentation and regulatory requirements for operated buildings, their elements and systems. The same applies to improving the efficiency of all organizational, production, and technological processes of operation.

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Zvonov, I. A., & Kashirina, N. V. (2023). The registry principle and SMART documents as conditions for the digital transformation of technical building operation. Real Estate: Economics, Management, (1), 49–53. https://doi.org/10.22337/2073-8412-2023-1-49-53
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Urban regulation and management of housing and public utilities

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