14/10/2021 - CIB W78

Venue: Abbaye de Neumünster  - Luxembourg

8.30 - Registration and welcome coffee

9.00 - Keynote speeches [Streamed]

  • 9.00 - Can IFC (mentality) be the basis of digital twins? No
    Dr. Tamer El-Diraby, Professor, Dept. of Civil & Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada (P)
  • 9.45 - Digital Built Environment – From Challenges to Breakthrough Impacts
    Prof. Dr. Abdul Samad (Sami) Kazi, Research Team Leader, Smart Cities & Intelligent Buildings, VTT (FIN) (O)

10.30 - Coffee break

11.00 - Parallel sessions

  • 11.00 - Talk 39 - 40 (P) - Towards realizing the information backbone of robotized construction – Computational methods and cyber-physical architectures for collaborative robotic fleets - André Borrmann, Tobias Bruckmann, Kathrin Dörfler, Timo Hartmann and Kay Smarsly, Germany
  • 11.15 - Talk 40 - 183 (P) - Enrichment of an IFC model with Information from tracked building inspection - Christian Kreyenschmidt, Bernd Hobbie, Sebastian Hollermann and Jakob Beetz, Germany
  • 11.30 - Talk 41 - 48 (O) - Impact of Smart Technologies on Construction Projects: Improvements in Project Performance - Jasmine Ngo, Bon-Gang Hwang and Jeremy Teo,  Singapore
  • 11.45 - Talk 42 - 81 (P) - Leveraging Extended Reality technologies with RFID to enhance on field maintenance of buildings - Berardo Naticchia, Massimo Vaccarini, Alessandra Corneli, Leonardo Messi and Alessandro Carbonari, Italy
  • 12.00 - Talk 43 - 201 (O) - Rebar Diameter Classification Using Scan Planning - Fangxin Li, Min-Koo Kim, Heng Li and Sung-Han Sim, Republic of Korea
  • 12.15 - Talk 44 - 98 (P) - Building-CPS: Cyber-Physical System for Building Environment Monitoring - Yingying Zhang and Jakob Beetz, Germany

In at least five finalizing European H2020 research projects** focusing on digitization in the building industry, Linked Data technologies are actively applied to tackle well-known interoperability challenges in the sector. Naturally, this resulted in the creation of a series of technical deliverables (ontologies, data modelling patterns constraints, processes, tools, etc) with both similarities and differences between the different ongoing projects. During the workshop, each of the five projects will share their technical insights on the subject through short technical presentations. The audience might expect to get a view on the reasons for applying Linked Data, the progress made during the project and the lessons learned. At the end of the presentations a roundtable discussion will be held between the different projects to discuss how the Linked Data related outcomes of the different projects can support each other and persist through the BDTA after the independent projects have ended.

** H2020 research projects involved in the workshop:

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12.30 - Lunch

13.30 - Parallel sessions

  • 13.30 - Talk 45 - 45 (O) - Risk Extraction and Analysis of Technical Specifications Based on Machine-Learning Algorithms for EPC Bid Documents - Minji Park, Seung-yeab Lee, Jong-hyun Kim and Eul-Bum Lee, Republic of Korea
  • 13.45 - Talk 46 - 33 (O) - 3D Scene Semantization using 2D Image Segmentation Models: Application to Public Buildings - Sven Oesau and Mathieu Thorel, France
  • 14.00 - Talk 47 - 165 (P) - Room Type Classification for Semantic Enrichment of Building Information Modeling Using Graph Neural Networks - Zijian Wang, Timson Yeung, Rafael Sacks and Zhiya Su, Israel
  • 14.15 - Talk 48 - 154 (O) - Neural Network-based Predictive Control System for Energy Optimization in Sports Facilities: A Case Study - Mariam Elnour, Hamdi Mohammedsherif, Fodil Fadli, Yacine Rezgui, Ioan Petri, Ahmad M. Ahmad, Andrei Hodorog and Nader Meskin, Qatar
  • 14.30 - Talk 49 - 103 (O) - Predicting the Energy Consumption of Single-Family Houses using ANNs and Big Data - Rita Elias and Raja. R.A. Issa, USA
  • 14.45 - Talk 50 - 92 (O) - A systematic review on the requirements on  BIM  maturity  and  formal   representation of sequencing knowledge for automated construction scheduling - Yoonhwa Jung, Fouad Amer and Mani Golparvar-Fard, USA

In at least five finalizing European H2020 research projects** focusing on digitization in the building industry, Linked Data technologies are actively applied to tackle well-known interoperability challenges in the sector. Naturally, this resulted in the creation of a series of technical deliverables (ontologies, data modelling patterns constraints, processes, tools, etc) with both similarities and differences between the different ongoing projects. During the workshop, each of the five projects will share their technical insights on the subject through short technical presentations. The audience might expect to get a view on the reasons for applying Linked Data, the progress made during the project and the lessons learned. At the end of the presentations a roundtable discussion will be held between the different projects to discuss how the Linked Data related outcomes of the different projects can support each other and persist through the BDTA after the independent projects have ended.

** H2020 research projects involved in the workshop:

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  • 13.30 - Introduction
  • 13.45 - (P) Keynote speech by Eilif Hjelseth, Building Information Modelling (BIM) professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • 14.15 - (P) From bold sustainability objectives to BIM requirements - Artur Tomczak
  • 14.30 - Discussions

15.00 Coffee break

15.30 - Parallel sessions

  • 15.30 - Talk 51 - 61 (O) - A review of interoperability in the AECO sector compared with the Oil & Gas sectors - Robert Doe, Karamjit Kaur, Matt Selway and Markus Stumptner, Australia
  • 15.45 - Talk 52 - 203 (P) - Enabling automation of BIM-based cost estimation by semantic web technology - David Fürstenberg, Lars Wikström, Eilif Hjelseth and Ola Lædre, Norway
  • 16.00 - Talk 53 - 12 (P) - Development of Information Delivery Controlling Tool based on Process Modeling - Zhiwei Meng, Noemi Kremer, Brian Klusmann, Anica Meins-Becker and Jakob Beetz, Germany
  • 16.15 - Talk 54 - 139 (P) - Data Templates and Digital Building Logbooks boosting Digital Twin in Construction - Pedro Mêda, Eilif Hjelseth, Diego Calvetti and Hipólito Sousa, Portugal
  • 16.30 - Talk 55 - 80 (P) - Ontology-Based Spatial and System Hierarchies Federation for Fine-Grained Building Energy Analysis - Xiang Xie, Nicola Moretti, Jorge Merino, Janet Yoon Chang and Ajith Kumar Parlikad, United Kingdom
  • 16.45 - Talk 56 - 8 (O) - Managing and publishing standardized data catalogs to support BIM processes - Benjamin Thurm, Sebastian Schilling and Christian Clemen, Germany
  • 17.00 - Talk 57 - 42 (O)  - IFC Extension for Dynamic Data Communication during Fire Safety Evacuation Simulation - Nidhal Alsadoon, Fangzheng Lin and Raimar Scherer, Germany
  • 17.15 - Talk 58 - 31 (P) - Future of the Industry Foundation Classes: towards IFC 5 - Léon van Berlo, Thomas Krijnen, Helga Tauscher, Thomas Liebich, Arie van Kranenburg and Pasi Paasiala, United Kingdom
  • The workshop will adress the BIM workflows enabling the collaboration amongst architects and structural engineers
  • Special focus will be on the Structural Analysis Model (SAM) and the Structural Analysis Format (SAF) enabling interoperability and automation amongst Architectural BIM and Structural BIM environments.
  • SAM/SAF aims at optimized coordination, automation of models' transformations, bi-directional information communication
  • The practical demonstrations will rely on Archicad and SCIA

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  • 15.30 - Talk - 43 (P) - Towards the Establishment of a BIM-supported FM Knowledge Management System for Energy Efficient Building Operations - Zsuzsa Besenyői and Markus Kraemer, Germany
  • 15.45 - Talk - 32 (P) - Use of “Reasoner” for automated building code compliance assessment - Eilif Hjelseth and Beidi Li, Norway
  • 16.00 - Talk - 144 (P) - SHACL is for LBD what mvdXML is for IFC - Jyrki Oraskari, Madhumitha Senthilvel and Jakob Beetz, Germany
  • 16.15 - Talk - 36 (O) - A formal Approach for Interfaces and Requirements of Smart Objects in Building Models - Jakob Kirchner and Wolfgang Huhnt, Germany
  • 16.30 - Discussions

P = Physical

O = Online

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