Level of information need

The term describes the details and amount of information required. It is a framework which defines the extent and granularity of data to be exchanged. The term related to information which is exchanged and delivered throughout the life cycle of built assets Level of information need describes the Exchange Information Requirements (EIR) as part of […]

Level of model definition

The PAS1192 term is replaced by ‘Level of information need’ an ISO19650 term Level of information need is a more generic term than any of the existing “Level of …” terms used in 1192. It is not supposed to be shortened to an acronym.

Level of information (LOI)

The term used in relation with management of the progression and uses of information. There is general confusion with the use of the term, due to range of other interrelated terms often used without due explanation. Level of information is related to: Level of Information Level of Accuracy Level of Coordination Level of Granularity The […]


An electronic, three-dimensional representation of built asset or facility elements with associated intelligentattribute data (“Facility Data”). A Model term used in PAS 1192 specification has been replaced by term ‘Information model’ in ISO 19650 set of standards. ISO 19650 focuses specifically on the concept of the information model containing multiple types of information geometrical and/or […]

Level of information (LOI)

used to describe non-geometrical information LOI + LOD = Level of information need LOI it is PAS 1192 term, now superseded by BS EN ISO 19650 term …’Level of information need’… BS EN ISO 19650:2018 set of standards introduced a new term ‘Level of information need’ which is designed to replace the terms used in […]


a measure of ability to perform and function [cited from ISO 19650-1:2018(en), 3.3.18]

Organisational maturity

a measure of an organisation’s readiness and capability expressed through its people, workflows, information, technologies and the reliable measurement procedures that are in place [source: Understanding Organizational Maturity

Organisational capability

Potential and expertise suggesting ability. Capability implies an organisation’s capacity to engage in a range of constructive activities Organisational capability is also referred to as organisational competence, although a capability refers to the potential and competence suggests an applied and well-practised capability [source: Strategic view of performance ]

Complete information

adjective In Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC), complete information is information which includes all the necessary and typical parts or elements, lacking nothing. For the information to be deemed complete, its completeness must be verified through the provision of objective evidence. The term complete information in the AEC industry is often written into Exchange Information […]