Integrating building information modelling and
semantic web technologies for the management of
built heritage information
...
AIMS OF THE PROJECT
Ghent University Library,
Book Tower,
Ghent, Belgium

Documenting the built heritage
AIMS:
- Communicate cultural values a...
Book Tower in Building Information Modelling (BIM) application (Autodesk Revit Architecture)
Book Tower in ontology editor
(Topbraid Composer)
THE MODELLING PROCEDURE
1. LEARNING PHASE
2. DIGITAL RECONSTRUCTION PHASE
3. ANALYSIS PHASE
4. SEMANTIC ENRICHMENT PHASE
5. INTEGRATION PHASE
INTEGRATION OF INFORMATION
http://demo.mmlab.be/IFC-repo/
RDF graph structure: triples

predicate
subject

object
STL/RDF

X3D/RDF

IFC/RDF
• keep similar representations as parallel as
possible from each other
ITALIAN UNI NORMATIVE
- ‘vertical elevation structu...
Conclusions
1. Built heritage information can be modelled
using BIM applications and semantic web
technologies
2. BIM info...
Questions
Pieter Pauwels
p.pauwels@uva.nl
pipauwel.pauwels@ugent.be

Danilo Di Mascio
ddimascio@danarchitect.com
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationP...
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationP...
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationP...
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationP...
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationP...
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationP...
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationP...
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Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage informationPresentation

  1. 1. Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for the management of built heritage information Pieter Pauwels - University of Amsterdam Danilo Di Mascio - G. d’Annunzio University Pescara Rens Bod - University of Amsterdam Ronald De Meyer - Ghent University
  2. 2. AIMS OF THE PROJECT
  3. 3. Ghent University Library, Book Tower, Ghent, Belgium Documenting the built heritage AIMS: - Communicate cultural values and construction aspects of a building - Manage, maintain and preserve built heritage artefacts
  4. 4. Book Tower in Building Information Modelling (BIM) application (Autodesk Revit Architecture)
  5. 5. Book Tower in ontology editor (Topbraid Composer)
  6. 6. THE MODELLING PROCEDURE
  7. 7. 1. LEARNING PHASE
  8. 8. 2. DIGITAL RECONSTRUCTION PHASE
  9. 9. 3. ANALYSIS PHASE 4. SEMANTIC ENRICHMENT PHASE
  10. 10. 5. INTEGRATION PHASE
  11. 11. INTEGRATION OF INFORMATION
  12. 12. http://demo.mmlab.be/IFC-repo/
  13. 13. RDF graph structure: triples predicate subject object
  14. 14. STL/RDF X3D/RDF IFC/RDF
  15. 15. • keep similar representations as parallel as possible from each other ITALIAN UNI NORMATIVE - ‘vertical elevation structure’ - ‘envelope’ - ‘exterior vertical frame’ - ‘horizontal and sloping elevation structure’ - ‘building system part’ - ‘interior partition’ -… IFC ? - ‘IfcColumn’ - ‘IfcBeam’ - ‘IfcWall’ - ‘IfcStair’ - ‘IfcBuildingElement’ - ‘IfcSpace’ - …
  16. 16. Conclusions 1. Built heritage information can be modelled using BIM applications and semantic web technologies 2. BIM information can be integrated with other heritage information in the Linked Open Data cloud 3. Link resources / models with order and care
  17. 17. Questions Pieter Pauwels p.pauwels@uva.nl pipauwel.pauwels@ugent.be Danilo Di Mascio ddimascio@danarchitect.com

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