Design, implementation and management constitute the cornerstones of the building process and the current trend, albeit still at an embryonic state in Italy, is represented by the application of a problem-solving approach combining integrated analysis and research between interdisciplinary professionals able to integrate their know-how and experience. The project SEEMPubS (Smart Energy Efficient Middleware for Public Spaces), which ended in August 2013, investigated the theoretical and operational possibility of using a network of sensors to monitor energy consumption and raise awareness of this issue among end-users in academic and working places. The project DIMMER (District Information Modeling and Management for Energy Reduction), that kicked off on October 01st, 2013, represents its evolution, as the research extends from buildings (building scale) to the neighborhood (urban scale), simultaneously expanding the areas of study. Data and information to be processed and analyzed call, in this case, for a reconsideration of the activities to be carried out, through the use of innovative instruments and procedures to ensure correct information flow and optimal data management. For this purpose, we adopted the BIM methodology (Building Information Modeling) for digital representation and modeling of our case studies, facility management and analysis of interoperability between different software applications, investigating how the tools currently available on the market and the interdisciplinary collaboration between professionals from different areas may constitute the standard for tomorrow’s communication
Information interoperability and interdisciplinarity: the BIM approach from SEEMPubS project to DIMMER project / Anna Osello; Daniele Dalmasso; Matteo Del Giudice; David Erba; Francesca Maria Ugliotti; Edoardo Patti; Sanaz Davardoust. - In: TERRITORIO ITALIA. - ISSN 2240-7707. - 2/2013(2013), pp. 9-22.
|Titolo:||Information interoperability and interdisciplinarity: the BIM approach from SEEMPubS project to DIMMER project|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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