| Diagram of the BIM model during the design, construction, and maintenance phases of the building artefact.

| Diagram of the BIM model during the design, construction, and maintenance phases of the building artefact.

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Recent emergencies have triggered a series of proposals, revisions, and regulatory updates. In Italy, as part of the Italian Decreto Rilancio, a proposal to introduce a compulsory building file seems to have been accepted. If this proposal is followed up, we could soon see the collection of a series of data and information on the building stock of...

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... the so-called BIM Decree, Italian Ministerial Decree 01/12/2017 n. 560, in the short term we will gradually come into contact more and more with numerous digital building information models (Building Information Model), models that can monitor and hold together all in the phases of the life cycle of buildings (Fig. 1). As is often the case following traumatic events, the pandemic spread of Covid-19 has triggered a series of proposals, revisions and regulatory updates. In particular, in Italy, as part of the Italian Decreto Rilancio, it seems that a proposal to introduce a mandatory building file has been accepted. If this proposal is followed, soon ...
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... and aligned working environments. If you connect model and database to a web service created ad hoc, i.e. a software able to share data between different systems that allow the exchange of data between the BIM model and web pages, you can create an interface for consulting data that is more immediate in updating and reading by various users (Fig. ...

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... 4 For an in-depth review of the on-going experiences in City Information Modelling (CIM) and Building Information Modelling (BIM) and possible declinations in the Built Heritage field, see Bocconcino et al., 2021. 5 For a complete review on the modelling procedures adopted, see 6 The discussion on the reliability of the integrated digital survey data on the historic centre of Bethlehem with regard to acquisition, recording and integration processes has already been extensively addressed in previous project reports and publications. For further information, see De Marco R. (2019). ...
... We investigate the use of the brand-new iMMS BLK2GO Leica's instrument against GOPRO Fusion 360 and we test the possibility to extract from Google Earth 3D mesh tiles of the buildings. The aim is the creation informed and responsive 3D city models (City Information Modeling -CIM) that constitute a synthesis of the survey conducted and become the support for simulations in various contexts (seismic risk, hydraulic, energy performance) (Bocconcino et al, 2021). As case study we chose an emblematic area of the city of Catania (Italy), the ex "extra moenia" district of Rinazzo (made up of narrow, twisting streets and one/two-floor buildings) which in 1881 was affected by the opening of a new road. ...
... Nowadays, digital tools give a precious support to the investigation on complex urban contexts and processes, generally characterized by articulate relationships between multiple aspects (Boido et al, 2021;Galizia, Santagati, 2012). Moreover, the fragility of our historical city centers requires specific methodologies that respond to the need to have a rapid mapping of the investigated site (Predari et al, 2019) and/or models for the simulation or the management of critical scenarios (Bocconcino et al, 2021;La Russa, Santagati 2020). ...
... The integration of (H)BIM-GIS data towards the creation of a CIM for the management of historical heritage in city centers is an increasing need. Several research efforts have been done in this direction (Bonfanti et al, 2021;Vacca et al, 2018;Bocconcino et al, 2021;La Russa, Santagati et al, 2020) although this is still an open research topic. ...
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