Enterprise Architecture of Built Environment
The purpose of digitalisation in the built environment and construction sector is to provide public services that are user-centric and primarily digital by modernising the practices.
The enterprise architecture method combines existing studies, reports and analysis produced by different stakeholders into a big picture.
It helps to establish how information on the built environment is being used or could be used in different contexts, for example in the provision of services for land use, construction, water area or land use or environmental protection across the boundaries of administrative sectors and projects.
The enterprise architecture method is also used to coordinate sub-projects, define common identifiers and verify their semantic interoperability as part of the terminology and nomenclature work.
The Enterprise architecture of built environment: present and target state document (in Finnish) gathers together information and views on information management and its principles in the sector. The work is ongoing and the document is updated as the work progresses.
Ecosystem of built environment
An ecosystem description for the ecosystem of the built environment is currently being drawn up by the Ministry of the Environment. An ecosystem means a flexible entity in which communities, people, services and technologies are linked together through a natural customer need, utilising all operators in the ecosystem. The ecosystem model is divided into three parts: enablers, platform services and end-user services.
A draft ecosystem description has been published, which you can read by clicking the link in the bar on the right.
Get in touch!
Antti Autio, Ministry of the Environment
Tel. +358 295 250 330
Ari Anturaniemi, Siili Solutions