What a day has been the 24th of June!

BIM2TWIN had its final Review Meeting in Paris, and we end our project enriched with insightful comments, discussions and achievements.

During the day the Consortium provided at first a demonstration of the tools developed during the project:

TUM showed the different components of the Digital Building Twin Platform: The Graph-based Platform, the Digital Twin Data Model, the Data Injectors and the BIM2TWIN Dashboard.

INRIAUCAM explained the Progress Monitoring & Quality Control Using Volumetric Building Data tool. The progress monitoring application interfaces with the Digital Twin database, enabling authorized users like project managers to access Gantt chart-style progress statuses at the activity level. Each activity corresponds to a group of tasks tied to specific elements on the construction site, providing a detailed overview of progress at the granular level.

UNIVPM  & TECNALIA talked about the tool for Progress and Quality Monitoring of Surface/Textural Work, which detects and classify texture and surface elements as well as their deviations from the “as-planned” through an AI-based model and vision-based algorithms.

DTU showed its tool for occupational health and safety of construction workers through a system of prevention through design in construction operation planning, proactive real-time risk detection and warning on construction sites, and rapid, personalized feedback in learning and decision-making.

RUB talked about the Equipment Optimization tool, which focuses on two main areas: the localisation and status detection of machines and, the monitoring of logistical processes involving the delivery of construction materials. These objectives were achieved by determining the coordinates and dimensions of loading and unloading zones using GPS technology.

TECHNION explained the Proactive Production Planning and Control Tool, a software to simulate and predict operational outcomes based on current conditions and future plans which was tested and validated through on-site simulations.

Eventually, each Work Package’s objectives and accomplishments were showed to the Project Officer and the Thematic Expert.

Although some unforeseen events happened during these last 4 years, the overall project evaluation was positive and satisfactory! Thanks to our Project Coordinator CSTB and to all partners for the cooperative attitude which was fundamental to obtain great project results!