CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF H-BIM WITH REGARDS TO HISTORICAL INFRASTRUCTURES: A CASE STUDY OF THE PONTE GIORGINI IN CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA (GROSSETO – ITALY)
- 1DISEG, Dept. of Structural, Geotechnical and Building Engineering, Polytechnic of Turin, 10129, Italy
- 2DIDA, Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Florence, 50123, Italy
- 3Building Engineer
- 4School of the Architectural and Landscape Heritage, DIDA, Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Florence, Italy
Keywords: H-BIM, Cultural Heritage, (SfM) Structure from Motion, (TLS) Terrestrial Laser Scanner, (UAV) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, monitoring, interoperability
Abstract. Historical Building Information Modeling (H-BIM) has been widely documented in literature and is becoming more popular with government bodies, who are increasingly choosing to make its use mandatory in public procurements and contracts. Although the system seems to be one of the best approaches for managing data and driving the decision-making process, several difficulties arise due to the amount of effort required in the initial phases, when the data derived from a geometrical survey must be converted into parametric elements. Moreover, users must decide on a “level of geometrical simplification” a long time in advance, and this inevitably leads to a loss of geometrical data.
From this perspective, our research describes a procedure to optimize the workflow of information for existing artefacts, in order to achieve a “lean” H-BIM. In this article, we will analyse two aspects: the first relates to the level of accuracy in a digital model created from the two different point clouds achieved from laser scanner and form images, while the second concerns the conversion of this information into parametric elements (Building Object Models- BOMs) that need to have specific characteristics.
The case study we are presenting is the “Ponte Giorgini” (“Giorgini Bridge”) in Castiglione della Pescaia (Grosseto – Italy).