BIM FOR SURVEYORS

Sunday 28 May 2017 at Messukeskus Exhibition & Convention Centre

 

REGISTER

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is changing the way how surveyors work, think, collaborate and earn money. Using and sharing multidimensional digital representations of buildings are the driving forces for the digitalization of our work. This affects many tasks surveyors and GIS professionals perform, e. g. cost estimation, GIS analysis, engineering surveying, construction work, land management and facilities management.

Scope of the Workshop:
Audience:

Preliminary Program:

09:00-09:45

BIM - Building Information Modeling
Introduction, Motivation, Examples, Strategies, international projects

Craig Hancock, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

09:45-10:30

3D Modeling
3D Object extraction from survey data – challenges and solutions

Jan Boehm, University College London, United Kingdom

10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-11.45

Collaboration
Standards for BIM information exchange and process management

Christian Clemen, University of Applied Sciences, Dresden, Germany

11:45-12.30

BIM and GIS
Digital Terrain Models, Topographic Information Models, City Models, Formats and Standards

Robert Kaden, University of Applied Sciences Dresden, Dresden, Germany                           

12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-13:50

BIM and Surveying I – Total Station
Coordinate systems, measured surveys for BIM, total station for BIM, as-built surveys, setting-out

Andrej Mocicka , LISTECH Pty. Ltd., Australia

13:50-14:10

BIM and Surveying II – Laserscanning
Methods and software for BIM models from point clouds, manual and semi-automatic approaches

Jan Boehm, University College London, United Kingdom                                       

14:10-14:30

BIM and Surveying III – Point Clouds
Efficient point cloud segmentation techniques to support BIM or GIS

Michael Olsen, Oregon State University, USA

14:30-15:00

BIM for Urban Land Administration
3D-cadaster and BIM, Land and Property Information, Subdivision

Mohsen Kalantari, Melbourne School of Engineering, Australia

15:00-15:30

BIM and Construction Management
Cost estimation, International Construction Measurement Standards (ICMS)

SeeLian Ong, FIG Chair Commission 10, Malaysia

15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-16:20

A Constructive Approach to Surveying in a BIM Environment: Justice Precinct Christchurch
Alex Harrington, Beca Infrastructure, New Zealand

16:20-16:40

BIM to Construction Site
Artemis Valanis, Norconsult AS, Norway        

16:40-17:00

3D laser scanning along the building lifecycle
Faro Technologies Europe, Germany 

17:00-17:20

BIM Implementation for the German Railway
DB Engineering & Consulting, Germany

17:20-17.40

Helsinki airport BIM project
Liisa Kemppainen, Sito Oy, Finland

17:40-18:00

survey4bim
a forum for survey organisations and industry professionals to their journey putting “BIM into practice”

Barry Gleeson, RICS, United Kingdom                   

20:00 Post-pre-workshop dinner

The Workshop is supported by:

 

Organized by the FIG JWG „BIM“:
Christian Clemen, HTW Dresden, Germany christian . clemen [at] htw-dresden . de (DVW,FIG)
Mohsen Kalantari, Melbourne School of Engineering, mohsen . kalantari [at] unimelb . edu . au  (IAG)