This chapter presents a methodology based on Building Information Modelling (BIM) and interoperability to convert existing buildings, even historical, into smart buildings. The chapter starts describing the main concepts of BIM and interoperability in the Architecture, Engineer and Construction (AEC) industry with special attention on integrating information from heterogeneous devices deployed in the building. Then, it details the SEEMPubS (Smart Energy Efficient Middleware for Public Buildings) middleware, which consists on three layers: (i) Integration Layer, (ii) Middleware Layer, and (iii) Application Layer. The validation of the most significant results is presented using both gamification and technical approaches involving different end-users. Finally, Apps for data management are introduced with a Community Portal and an Android Application for real-time data visualization. Future works introduce the integration of smart building into smart district context.

BIM and Interoperability for Cultural Heritage through ICT / Osello, Anna; Acquaviva, Andrea; Dalmasso, Daniele; Erba, David; DEL GIUDICE, Matteo; Macii, Enrico; Patti, Edoardo - In: Handbook of Research on Emerging Digital Tools for Architectural Surveying, Modeling, and Representation / Stefano Brusaporci. - STAMPA. - [s.l] : IGI Global, 2015. - ISBN 1466683791. - pp. 281-298 [10.4018/978-1-4666-8379-2.ch008]

BIM and Interoperability for Cultural Heritage through ICT

OSELLO, Anna;ACQUAVIVA, ANDREA;DALMASSO, DANIELE;ERBA, DAVID;DEL GIUDICE, MATTEO;MACII, Enrico;PATTI, EDOARDO
2015

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This chapter presents a methodology based on Building Information Modelling (BIM) and interoperability to convert existing buildings, even historical, into smart buildings. The chapter starts describing the main concepts of BIM and interoperability in the Architecture, Engineer and Construction (AEC) industry with special attention on integrating information from heterogeneous devices deployed in the building. Then, it details the SEEMPubS (Smart Energy Efficient Middleware for Public Buildings) middleware, which consists on three layers: (i) Integration Layer, (ii) Middleware Layer, and (iii) Application Layer. The validation of the most significant results is presented using both gamification and technical approaches involving different end-users. Finally, Apps for data management are introduced with a Community Portal and an Android Application for real-time data visualization. Future works introduce the integration of smart building into smart district context.
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