• Abhishek Sanjay Relekar
  • Piotr Marek Smolira
The AEC industry (Architecture, Construction, and Engineering) is going through a technological paradigm shift due to the growing user needs, and the demand for making sustainable built environment to improve people’s quality of life. Due to the establishment of BIM in the AEC industry, design data is stored and can be utilized for connection to other data sets in order to develop innovative user-oriented applications. Although this is generating challenges for the users from different knowledge areas of the construction sector in collaborative decision making while interacting with and understanding such data. Through a technological perspective, there is a demand to integrate different fields extending from Building Information Models, IoT devices and ultimately the end user services to build intelligent, user-oriented applications. A broader theme is presently trending in the construction industry about cyber physical systems also known as Construction Digital Twins. This project report is looking into integrating BIM and IoT data to make user-oriented tools for visualizations while increasing the understanding and aiding the communication process between project stakeholders as well as corelating with the developing digital twin paradigm in the construction industry.
Publication date8 Jan 2021
Number of pages140
External collaboratorTorben Østergård
Building energy consultant Torben Østergård TOD@Moe.dk
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