eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction: ECPPM 2016

Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Product and Process Modelling (ECPPM 2016), Limassol, Cyprus, 7-9 September 2016
CRC Press
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eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction 2016 collects the papers presented at the 11th European Conference on Product & Process Modelling (ECPPM 2016, Cyprus, 7-9 September 2016), The contributions cover complementary thematic areas that hold great promise for the advancement of research and technological development in the modelling of complex engineering systems, encompassing a substantial number of high quality contributions on a large spectrum of topics pertaining to ICT deployment instances in AEC/FM, including:

. Information and Knowledge Management . Construction Management . Description Logics and Ontology Application in AEC . Risk Management . 5D/nD Modelling, Simulation and Augmented Reality . Infrastructure Condition Assessment . Standardization of Data Structures . Regulatory and Legal Aspects . Multi-Model and distributed Data Management . System Identification . Industrialized Production, Smart Products and Services . Interoperability . Smart Cities . Sustainable Buildings and Urban Environments . Collaboration and Teamwork . BIM Implementation and Deployment . Building Performance Simulation . Intelligent Catalogues and Services

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Dr. S.E. Christodoulou, associate professor and vice dean of Engineering at the University of Cyprus, is the author of several scientific publications, the recipient of significant research funding from a variety of national and international funding sources (including a prestigious grant from the United States' National Science Foundation, NSF) and the recipient of two international research awards (London, 1999; Athens, 2015). He is a reviewer for over 25 peer-reviewed scientific journals, and a member of several editorial boards for scientific conferences, and he has also been the national representative on the COST Domain Committee for Transport and Urban Development (COST/TUD). Dr. Christodoulou's research and teaching interests are founded on two pillars: (1) Construction informatics (incl. Building Information Models), and (2) Rehabilitation of Urban Infrastructure and Risk Analysis.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Raimar J. Scherer is the head of the Institute of Construction Informatics at Technical University Dresden since 1994, has more than 30 years of experience in construction IT, including 7 years as full professor for CAD/CAM at the University of Karlsruhe and several years of practice in the construction industry including ICT consultancy and a one-year stay at a world leading CAD provider. His research activities include the broad spectrum of construction ICT aspects. He has been involved in 20 BIM related EU research projects, out of which he co-ordinated five, and several German ones, the most recent one was the ICT leading project Mefisto. He was member and vice chairperson of the building product model group in ISO 10303 from 1988 to 1999, the forerunner of IFC (ISO 16739). In 1994 he founded the first European BIM conference, the ECPPM. In 1999 he implemented the first BIM Server in Europe, based on the later standardized IFC building core model. He was founder and vice chairperson of the IFC-ST4 structural model group. He developed the simplified MVD/IDM method in 2012 and the multimodel method in 2014. Both were accepted as official documents by BuildingSmart.

Keynote speakers

Data rich design, construction, and operations of sustainable buildings and infrastructure systems
L. Soibelman

Virtualizing infrastructure
I. Brilakis

What's in a model? Intelligent semantic enrichment of BIM models
R. Sacks

Information & knowledge management (I)-technologies

SimpleBIM: From full ifcOWL graphs to simplified building graphs
P. Pauwels & A. Roxin

IFC model checking based on mvdXML 1.1
M. Weise, N. Nisbet, T. Liebich & C. Benghi

Querying linked building data using SPARQL with functional extensions
C. Zhang & J. Beetz

Context aware information spaces through adaptive multimodel templates
F. Hilbert & R.J. Scherer

Access control for web of building data: Challenges and directions
J. Oraskari & S. Törmä

Collaboration and teamwork

Integrated buildings and systems design: Approaches, tools, and actors
A. Mahdavi & B. Rader

Ecosystem and platform review for construction information sharing
I. Peltomaa, M. Kiviniemi & J. Väre

Building Information Modeling (BIM) for LEEDR IEQ category prerequisites and credits calculations
G. Bergonzoni, M. Capelli, G. Drudi, S. Viani & F. Conserva

Emotional intelligence-improving the performance of big room
O. Alhava, E. Laine & A. Kiviniemi

A comparative review of systemic innovation in the construction and film industries
S.F. Sujan, G. Aksenova, A. Kiviniemi & S.W. Jones

Information & knowledge management (II)-building and urban scale

An agile process modelling approach for BIM projects
U. Kannengiesser & A. Roxin

Implications of a BIM-based facility management and operation practice for design-intent models
P. Parsanezhad, V. Tarandi & Ö. Falk

Seamless integration of common data environment access into BIM authoring applications: The BIM integration framework
C. Preidel, A. Borrmann, C. Oberender & M. Tretheway

Pragmatic use of LOD-a modular approach
N. Treldal, F. Vestergaard & J. Karlshøj

Identifying and addressing multi-source database inconsistencies: Evidences from global road safety information
L. Dimitriou & P. Nikolaou

Standardization of data structures and interoperability

Facilitating the BIM coordinator and empowering the suppliers with automated data compliance checking
L.A.H.M. van Berlo & E. Papadonikolaki

DRUMBEAT platform-a web of building data implementation with backlinking
N. Vu Hoang & S. Törmä

A versatile and extensible solution to the integration of BIM and energy simulation
D. Mazza, E. El Asmi, S. Robert, K. Zreik & B. Hilaire

IfcTunnel-a proposal for a multi-scale extension of the IFC data model for shield tunnels under consideration of downward compatibility aspects
S. Vilgertshofer, J.R. Jubierre & A. Borrmann

Delivering of COBie data-focus on curtain walls and building envelopes
J. Karlshøj, P. Borin, M. Carradori, M. Scotton & C. Zanchetta

5D/nD modelling, simulation and augmented reality

Software library for spatial-temporal modeling and reasoning
V. Semenov, K. Kazakov, K. Petrishchev & V. Zolotov

BIM registration methods for mobile augmented reality-based inspection
M. Kopsida & I. Brilakis

Generation of serious games environments from BIM for a virtual reality crisis-management system
A. Wagner & U. Rüppel

Simulation model generation combining IFC and CityGML data
G.N. Lilis, G.I. Giannakis, K. Katsigarakis, G. Costa, Á. Sicilia, M.Á. Garcia-Fuentes & D.V. Rovas

Information & knowledge management (III)-life cycle operations and energy efficiency

Information requirement definition for BIM: A life cycle perspective
G.F. Schneider, A. Bougain, P.S. Noisten & M. Mitterhofer

A flexible and scalable approach to building monitoring and diagnostics
M. Schuss, S. Glawischnig & A. Mahdavi

Acquisition and processing of input data for building certification: An approach to increase the reproducibility of energy certificates
U. Pont, O. Proskurnina, M. Taheri, A. Mahdavi, B. Sommer, G. Nawara & G. Adam

Utilization of GIS data for urban-scale energy inquiries: A sampling approach
N. Ghiassi & A. Mahdavi

Semantic interoperability for holonic energy optimization of connected smart homes and distributed energy resources
S. Howell, Y. Rezgui, J.-L. Hippolyte & M. Mourshed

Smart cities

Energy matching and trading within green building neighborhoods based on stochastic approach considering uncertainty
S.S. Ghazimirsaeid, T. Fernando & M. Marzband

Using a mobile application to assess building accessibility in smart cities
N. Forcada, M. Macarulla & R. Bortolini

Prediction of traffic characteristics in smart cities based on deep learning mechanisms
V. Gkania & L. Dimitriou

Monitoring drivers' perception of risk within a smart city environment
K. Stylianou & L. Dimitriou

Special session: Energy efficient neighborhoods (ee-Neighborhoods)

A collaborative environment for energy-efficient buildings within the context of a neighborhood
M. Bassanino, T. Fernando, K. Wu, S. Ghazimirsaeid, K. Klobut, T. Mäkeläinen & M. Hukkalainen

KPI framework for energy efficient buildings and neighbourhoods
K. Klobut, T. Mäkeläinen, A. Huovila, J. Hyvärinen & J. Shemeikka

Multiscale building modelling and energy simulation support tools
A. Romero, J.L. Izkara, A. Mediavilla, I. Prieto & J. Pérez

From District Information Model (DIM) to Energy Analysis Model (EAM) via interoperability
N. Rapetti, M. Del Giudice & A. Osello

Energy modelling of existing facilities
N. Nisbet, J. Cartwright & M. Aizlewood

A collaborative platform integrating multi-physical and neighborhood-aware building performance analysis driven by the optimized HOLISTEEC building design methodology
H. Pruvost, R.J. Scherer, K. Linhard, G. Dangl, S. Robert, D. Mazza, A. Mediavilla Intxausti, D. Van Maercke, E. Michaelis, G. Kira, T. Häkkinen, E. Delponte & C. Ferrando

Collaboration requirements and interoperability fundamentals in BIM based multi-disciplinary building design processes
G. Calleja-Rodriguez, R. Guruz, M.-C. Geißler, R. Steinmann, K. Linhard & G. Dangl

Technical challenges and approaches to transfer building information models to building energy
F. Noack, P. Katranuschkov, R. Scherer, V. Dimitriou, S.K. Firth, T.M. Hassan, N. Ramos, P. Pereira, P. Maló & T. Fernando

Task-specific linking for generating an eeBIM model based on an ontology framework
M. Kadolsky & R.J. Scherer

Visual support for multi-criteria decision making
T. Laine, F. Forns-Samso & V. Kukkonen

An IT-based holistic methodology for analyzing and managing building life cycle risk
H. Pruvost, T. Grille & R.J. Scherer

Open eeBIM platform for energy-efficient building design
R.J. Scherer, P. Katranuschkov & K. Baumgärtel

BIM implementation and deployment (I)-principles and case studies

Is BIM-based product documentation based on applicable principles?-Practical use in Norway and Portugal
E. Hjelseth & P. Mêda

Necessary conditions for the accountable inclusion of dynamic representations of inhabitants in building information models
A. Mahdavi & F. Tahmasebi

Methodology for tracking BIM benefits on project level
T. Mäkeläinen, J. Hyvärinen & M. Rekola

BIM for the integration of building maintenance management: A case study of a university campus
R. Bortolini, N. Forcada & M. Macarulla

A comparative case study of coordination mechanisms in design and build BIM-based projects in the Netherlands
A.A. Aibinu & E. Papadonikolaki

Information & knowledge management (IV)-construction

Construction information framework-the role of classification systems
P. Mêda, E. Hjelseth & H. Sousa

A semantic web approach to efficient building product data procurement
N. Ghiassi, M. Taheri, U. Pont & A. Mahdavi

BIM adoption for on-site reinforcement works-a work system view
A. Figueres-Munoz & C. Merschbrock

Classification of detection states in construction progress monitoring
A. Braun, A. Borrmann, S. Tuttas & U. Stilla

Introducing process mining for AECFM: Three experimental case studies
S. van Schaijk & L.A.H.M. van Berlo

Building performance simulation

Method of obtaining environmental impact data during the project development process through BIM tool use
M.H.C. Marcos & E.Y. Yoshioka

A novel approach to building performance optimization via iterative operations on attribute clusters of designs options
A. Mahdavi, H. Shirdel & F. Tahmasebi

BIM-based building design platform-local environmental effects on building energy performances
D. Da Silva, P. Corralles, P. Tournier & M. Cherepanova

Intelligent emergency exit signage system framework for real-time emergency evacuation guidance
J. Zhang & R.R.A. Issa

Using BIM to support simulation of compliant building evacuation
J. Dimyadi, R. Amor & M. Spearpoint

BIM implementation and deployment (II)-human resources and economics

Human-resources optimization & re-adaptation modelling in enterprises
S. Zikos, S. Rogotis, S. Krinidis, D. Ioannidis & D. Tzovaras

A review of resource based view in the construction industry: A BIM case as a strategic resource
O. Geylani & A. Dikbas

Building information modeling in use: How to evaluate the return on investment?
A. Guerriero, S. Kubicki & S. Reiter

A new training concept for implementation of 5D planning with regard to construction of large-scale projects
L. Herter, K. Silbe & J. Díaz

Combining BIM models and data with game technology to improve the decision making process: 'PlayConstruct'
H. Jeffrey

Sustainable buildings and urban environments

Energy savings and maintenance optimization through the implementation of GESTENSIS energy management system
M. Macarulla, M. Casals, M. Gangolells & B. Tejedor

Responsiveness based material-[a] passive shading control system
M.J. de Oliveira, V. Rato & C. Leitão

Promoting energy users' behavioural change in social housing through a serious game
M. Casals, M. Gangolells, M. Macarulla, A. Fuertes, R. Jones, S. Pahl & M. Ruiz

Total life cycle and near real time environmental assessment approach: An application to district and urban environment?
C. Kuster, Y. Rezgui, J.-L. Hippolyte & M. Mourshed

Information & knowledge management (V)-infrastructure

Detecting, classifying and rating roadway pavement anomalies using smartphones
C. Kyriakou, S.E. Christodoulou & L. Dimitriou

Patch defects detection for pavement assessment, using smartphones and support vector machines
G.M. Hadjidemetriou & S.E. Christodoulou

Comparing diurnal patterns of domestic water consumption: An international study
J. Terlet, T.H. Beach, Y. Rezgui & G. Bulteau

Waterloss detection in streaming water meter data using wavelet change-point anomaly detection
S.E. Christodoulou, E. Kourti, A. Agathokleous & C. Christodoulou

Construction/risk management, regulatory and legal aspects

Managing constructability on a construction stage: BIM methods
M. Tauriainen, J. Helminen & J. Puttonen

Integrating BIM and agent-based modelling for construction operational optimization-a LBS approach
F.L. Rossini, G. Novembri, A. Fioravanti & C. Insola

Topological robustness and vulnerability assessment of water distribution networks
A. Agathokleous, C. Christodoulou & S.E. Christodoulou

Contractual and legal issues for building information modelling in Turkey
Z. Sözen & A. Dikbas

Description logics and ontology application in AEC

Structured building monitoring: Ontologies and platform
A. Mahdavi, S. Glawischnig, M. Schuss, F. Tahmasebi & A. Heiderer

SemCat: Publishing and accessing building product information as linked data
G. Gudnason & P. Pauwels

Automatic ontology-based green building design parameter variation and evaluation in thermal energy building performance analyses
K. Baumgärtel & R.J. Scherer

A comprehensive ontologies-based framework to support the retrofitting design of energy-efficient districts
G. Costa, Á. Sicilia, G.N. Lilis, D.V. Rovas & J. Izkara

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