Urban spaces are being called upon to develop a capacity for resilience and sustainability in order to meet the major challenges they face. To achieve such a goal, a practical development framework must be implemented in order to take advantage of the technological innovations that characterize the field of construction and urban engineering. Today, multi-scale BIM is bringing about significant changes that are redefining the paradigms of urban management. It facilitates simulations of the sustainability of urban spaces with respect to several criteria; most notably relating to energy, the economy and the environment.
Building Information Modeling for a Smart and Sustainable Urban Space proposes a theoretical and practical framework for implementing BIM models for the creation of sustainable and intelligent urban spaces. It addresses the issues of acquisition, modeling, interoperability, and BIM and GIS integration for the production of BIM models. Case studies are presented, providing a practical dimension that demonstrates the production process of the urban model and its contribution to multi-scale simulations, particularly in real estate evaluation and urban renewal.
1. BIM: A New Paradigm, Rafika Hajji and Hassane Jarar Oulidi.
2. Which Data Sources for the BIM Model?, Rafika Hajji and Hassane Jarar Oulidi.
3. Development of the BIM Model, Rafika Hajji and Hassane Jarar Oulidi.
4. Open BIM Standards, Hassane Jarar Oulidi and Rafika Hajji.
5. GeoBIM: Towards a Convergence of BIM and 3D GIS, Rafika Hajji and Hassane Jarar Oulidi.
6. BIM and 3D GIS Integration for Real Estate Valuation, Siham El Yamani and Rafika Hajji.
7. Semantic Segmentation of Airborne LiDAR Data for the Development of an Urban 3D Model, Zouhair Ballouch and Rafika Hajji.
8. BIM for the Renovation of Urban Spaces, Oumayma Moufid.
Rafika Hajji is Professor in Geomatics and Topographic Engineering at IAV Hassan II, Morocco, where she has been Head of the Geodesy and Topographic Surveying department since 2017. She received her doctorate in 3D GIS from the University of Liège, Belgium. Her research focuses on BIM, 3D GIS, segmentation of LiDAR data and 3D cadastre.
Hassane Jarar Oulidi is Research Professor and Head of the Geomatics Sciences (SGEO) research team at the Hassania School for Public Works Engineering (EHTP), Morocco, and a former researcher at the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ), Germany. His research focuses on interoperability, geospatial technology and BIM.
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