DescriptionThis talk will summarise the motivations and objectives of the Horizon2020 -funded COGITO project that aims to develop a digital twinning solution for the planning, execution and monitoring of construction projects. This large project (€6m with 12 partners) addresses the topics of knowledge representing and information modelling, the deployment of sensing technologies to capture the state of construction projects, and the establishment of a digital twin platform that stores the information in a structured way and orchestrates the information and work flows for planning, execution and monitoring use cases related to: production, quality control, and safety. Following a summary of the project’s results to date, the speaker will reflect on the challenges faced and the lessons learned that can be drawn that would be of relevance to developing similar solutions for the monitoring and care of heritage built assets.
|19 Apr 2023 → 20 Apr 2023
|International workshop on Digital Tools for Built Heritage diagnosis and monitoring
|Degree of Recognition