Themes of Event

  • Rapid digitization of cultural heritage: managing complexity, policies and technologies
  • HBIM IN&OUT: informative content models, data acquisition, data processing and data transfer. Lowering costs, gaps and barriers, boosting potentials
  • HBIM IN: Scan-to-BIM modelling and automation: data acquisition, registration, 3D Object Recognition and Reconstruction, accuracy assessment
  • Point cloud analysis and modelling of complex scenes
  • LOD LOG LOI LOA. Level of Development, Level of Geometry (Surveying, Modelling, Design, Preserving and Monitoring), Level of Accuracy and Level of Information. Towards technical specifications
  • Content modelling: object libraries, inventory models, construction techniques, thematic mapping, external DB, recording, cost estimation
  • On site rapid HBIM data acquisition and data management: ‘as-found, construction site, as-built and communication
  • HBIM OUT: Virtual IDentities; multi-actor cloud based cooperative Hubs; BIM-GIS, BIMtoFEA; Informative model to VM-AR-MR, Virtual Museum, Landscape Museum and Built Environment; Object Libraries; Virtual HUB and GEODB BIM; semantics and vocabularies
  • The use of digital images in visible and not-visible multi-spectral ranges, information extraction from LiDAR Intensity Data
  • Low-cost sensors and open-source image based innovative tools for on-site data registry: real time thematic mapping documenting pathologies, materials, decay
  • OpenBIM and OpenTools for 3D Object generation, conservation plan, construction site, and communication
  • Preservation, Planned Conservation, Risk and Resilience management for Cultural Heritage
  • Protocols and open specification for streaming massive heterogeneous 3D geospatial informative model data sets on the web
  • Archaeology and informative systems
  • BIM and preservation of buildings for Cultural Heritage
  • Public Administration and management of the historic heritage
  • Landscapes and needs of data collecting
  • Management of Cultural Heritage
  • Different forms of control: urban scale and civil infrastructures
  • Structural analysis/interpretation of the historic buildings and geomatics
  • Physical and cognitive accessibility of historic buildings
  • Hydro-geologic disasters, seismic risk assessment by geomatics strategies
  • Cultural Heritage education, skill development and communication by innovative systems
  • Standardisation and interoperability in the GEO&RES information: open standards and ontologies for representing the cultural heritage knowledge

The accepted articles will be published in the ISPRS International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.