HBIM FOR CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF BUILT HERITAGE

13Apr18

by D. Orenia, R. Brumana, A. Georgopoulos y B. Cuca

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Conservation of built heritage is progressively linked to the regular maintenance of buildings, defining the preventing conservation as a real necessity in everyday practice. In this view, it is necessary to have an instrument that allows to collect, compare, share and manage all the data available concerning the geometry and state of conservation of buildings. Such data include, among others, products of surveys, drawings, thematic and historical contents, but the information about maintenance or restoration activities should also be added. This paper discusses the possibility to advance from 3D content models to a Historic Building Information Models (HBIM) in order to support preventive conservation, information sharing and knowledge dissemination of heritage for professionals, public institutions and experts involved in the decision making process. Paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2 describe in detail three-dimensional content models, while paragraph 2.3 gives a brief overview on the use of HBIM for built heritage, at Italian and European level, analysing the questions of data sharing, interoperability and standards in using different software. Some case studies, section 3, illustrate the use of BIM solution for the documentation and management of architectural heritage.



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