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André Borrmann
Technische Universität München
EngineeringSystems engineeringComputer scienceSimulationBuilding information modeling
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#1Marco Häußler (TUM: Technische Universität München)
#2André Borrmann (TUM: Technische Universität München)H-Index: 18
Abstract A primary motive for adopting the methodology Building Information Modeling (BIM) in planning processes is to improve planning accuracy, cost security, and in turn quality. Up to now, however, a generally applicable, standardized means of validating design quality has been lacking. To address this shortcoming, this article presents 14 quality parameters in the domains of clash detection, semantics as well as quantities and costs, that apply to the field of infrastructure planning. The s...
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#1Alexander Braun (TUM: Technische Universität München)H-Index: 6
#2André Borrmann (TUM: Technische Universität München)H-Index: 18
Abstract Image-based object detection provides a valuable basis for site information retrieval and construction progress monitoring. Machine learning approaches, such as neural networks, are able to provide reliable detection rates. However, labeling of training data is a tedious and time-consuming process, as it must be performed manually for a substantial number of images. The paper presents a novel method for automatically labeling construction images based on the combination of 4D Building I...
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The paper reports on the buildingSMART International project IFC-Bridge that developed an extension of the vendor-neutral data exchange standard Industry Foundation Classes (IFC). The paper highlights the importance of a well-defined development process and the involvement of an international expert panel. It also discusses the need to focus on "low hanging fruits" by considering only the most widespread bridge types and implementing the data exchange scenarios that provide the most benefit. The...
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Exact data in the form of technical drawings and plans of built assets are a significant requirement for the successful operation and reconstruction of such assets. When the consistency between this data and the real world situation cannot be assured, the data is not reliable and needs to be updated by comparing plans and reality. Depending on the size and number of assets this may involve an enormous amount of manual effort. In the scope of this research , an approach for supporting and automat...
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#1Alexander BraunH-Index: 6
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#1C Di Biccari (University of Salento)
#2J. Abualdenien (TUM: Technische Universität München)
Last. Angelo Corallo (University of Salento)H-Index: 12
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The Circular Economy paradigm seeks to shift products and systems from linear to "closed loop" life cycles applying specific business models and strategies to their designs and lifelines. The implementation of the circular economy in buildings depends on the efforts made by all the stakeholder involved in the life cycle of a building, where it can draw most of the benefits if the application of a circular business model is planned during the design phases. Building Information Modelling is an ap...
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