In the era of the fourth industrial revolution, the cyber physical systems, intended as enabling tools to generate an autonomous system, able to facilitate the relationships between different and distant objects and subjects, allow to digitalize the production system, in order to better outline what constitutes the smart factory. The benefit of such systems is the ability to associate to physical objects and virtual or digital models useful information related to the analyzed object, such as life cycle, geometry, mechanical properties, and parameters related to management and maintenance. This contribution aims to evaluate building information modeling methodology in the industrial context, as a cyber-physical system, developing flexible 3D parametric models as a data set, where information can be visualized and optimized management, using different visualization tools. The research has underlined the importance to share information between virtual and real worlds through virtual and augmented reality (VAR) systems.

Connected BIM Models Towards Industry 4.0 / De Luca, Daniela; Dettori, Monica; Del Giudice, Matteo; Osello, Anna. - (2021), pp. 219-242. [10.4018/978-1-7998-7091-3.ch011]

Connected BIM Models Towards Industry 4.0

De Luca, Daniela;Dettori, Monica;Del Giudice, Matteo;Osello, Anna
2021

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In the era of the fourth industrial revolution, the cyber physical systems, intended as enabling tools to generate an autonomous system, able to facilitate the relationships between different and distant objects and subjects, allow to digitalize the production system, in order to better outline what constitutes the smart factory. The benefit of such systems is the ability to associate to physical objects and virtual or digital models useful information related to the analyzed object, such as life cycle, geometry, mechanical properties, and parameters related to management and maintenance. This contribution aims to evaluate building information modeling methodology in the industrial context, as a cyber-physical system, developing flexible 3D parametric models as a data set, where information can be visualized and optimized management, using different visualization tools. The research has underlined the importance to share information between virtual and real worlds through virtual and augmented reality (VAR) systems.
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