What information is handled by BRUCE Platform?
BRUCE Members are everyone who uses BRUCE Platform. Members are handled at the level of the organization.
Engineers, builders, designers, maintenance, facility managers, government officers, landlords, tenants, etc.
BRUCE Contracts (Smart Contracts) define connections between BRUCE Members and the synchronization of data. In other words, what kind of information is exchanged and between whom.
BRUCE Contracts enable continuous automatic information exchange without human intervention. The transactions are secure, traceable and immutable.
Handling different types of transactions is the core functionality of BRUCE Platform. Transactions can only happen based on existing Smart Contracts.
Transactions will define the Essential Dataset to be Exchanged in BRUCE Platform. They also permit to embed documents (XML or JSON) based on data templates approved by BRUCE Platform to map with industry standards.
- Properties (Buildings and Facilities)
- Objects (Furniture and Equipment)
BRUCE Platform will define and force to use a Common Standard for assets and e-information exchange about the assets by:
1) Mandatory use of Basic Dataset for Assets Information Exchange
2) Allowing to embed documents in the transaction. The documents must be JSON or XML filetypes and they must use templates provided by BRUCE as standards. The embedded documents or sub Datasets will permit to exchange and map information using industry standards like COBIE, IFC, Uniclass, ISO, etc.
Assets must be linked to a Location to permit positioning and offering services.
Locations are defined by: longitude, latitude, building, floor, room. Auto-positioning by 5G.