IEEE Organizations related to Building Information Management

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Conferences related to Building Information Management

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2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA )

ETFA focus is on the latest developments and new technologies in the field of industrial and factory automation. The conference aims to exchange ideas with both industry leaders and a variety of experienced researchers, developers, and practitioners from several industries, research institutes, and academia


2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All topics related to engineering and technology management, including applicable analytical methods and economical/social/human issues to be considered in making engineering decisions.


IGARSS 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

All fields of satellite, airborne and ground remote sensing.


2019 International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (SIBCON)

The 14th Siberian Conference SIBCON-2019, the oldest conference of IEEE in Russia, aims to offer opportunities to learn and to share information on the latest advances in communications, electron devices, and control systems. The conference is organized by the IEEE units in Siberia and National Instruments Rus R&D on a regular basis in order to promote interdisciplinary discussion and interaction among scientists and engineers with an emphasis on the IEEE membership. While the scientific program is expected to create stimulating professional interaction, the magic of Tomsk, hot spring atmosphere and wealth of historic wooden architecture promise a pleasant and memorable stay.


2019 14th IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA)

Artificial Intelligence, Control and Systems, Cyber-physical Systems, Energy and Environment, Industrial Informatics and Computational Intelligence, Robotics, Network and Communication Technologies, Power Electronics, Signal and Information Processing



Periodicals related to Building Information Management

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Most published Xplore authors for Building Information Management

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Xplore Articles related to Building Information Management

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Governance Model for Cloud Computing in Building Information Management

IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, 2015

The AEC (Architecture Engineering and Construction) sector is a highly fragmented, data intensive, project based industry, involving a number or very different professions and organisations. The industry's strong data sharing and processing requirements means that the management of building data is complex and challenging. We present a data sharing capability utilising Cloud Computing, with two key contributions: 1) a governance ...


Towards data exchange interoperability in building lifecycle management

Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE Emerging Technology and Factory Automation (ETFA), 2014

Building Information Management systems have started to leverage new kinds of digital information infrastructures that integrate activities related to design, budgeting, scheduling, analysis, material management, and human resources. Companies implementing such systems have no other option today than exchanging information among themselves in a proper and efficient way. Industry foundation classes (IFCs) provide useful information structures for such a data ...


Construction Health and Safety, BIM and Cloud Technology: Proper Integration Can Drive Benefits for All Stakeholders

2013 IEEE 5th International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, 2013

This short paper looks at the current opportunity to integrate professionally mature health and safety into Building Information Management/Modelling (BIM) and Cloud technology. It argues that while the Cloud can be used to facilitate effective BIM, health and safety needs to be dealt with in a much more integrated fashion than is currently being considered by the building and construction ...


Life Cycle Assessment of Building Energy in Big-Data Era: Theory and Framework

2015 International Conference on Network and Information Systems for Computers, 2015

In the era of big data processing, the type and scale of human society data are increasing rapidly. Data processing gradually transformed from the traditional simple objects into a basic social resource. Along with the technology development of expansion and storage of massive complex data, manage building information has gradually become possible. For a long time, building life cycle assessment(BLCA) ...


Building metabolism

Engineering & Technology, 2013

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is the software-based method of mapping every aspect of a built structure's equivalent to DNA-from initial design and construction to refurbishments and eventual destruction.



Educational Resources on Building Information Management

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IEEE.tv Videos

Information Technology: Careers for the information age
Cybersecurity Panel: 2016 Technology Time Machine
Bernadette Buchon-Meunier: Fuzzy Management of Data and Information Quality
Generation of Models for Wireless Sensor Network Assessment
Gender-Based Occupational Stereotypes: New Behaviors, Old Attitudes - Carolyn Matheus & Elizabeth Quinn - IEEE WIE Forum USA East 2017
NIKSUN World Wide Security & Mobility Conference 2011-B Lyons
ICASSP 2010 - Radar Imaging of Building Interiors
IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things - Milan, Italy - Benjamin Cabe and Charalampos Doukas - IoT Device Management: Using Eclipse IoT Open-Source Tools and Frameworks - Part 4
PES Scholarship Initiative Plus - Chris Root Presentation
Localization Services for Online Common Operational Picture and Situation Awareness
Protecting Internet Traffic: Security Challenges and Solutions – IEEE Internet Initiative Webinar
Women Making the Future Panel - TTM 2018
Stay Fearless - Paula Tolliver - WIE ILC 2018
Group on Earth Observations(GEOSS): Applications
Implantable Wireless Medical Devices and Systems
Connectivity Coalition: Connecting the Next Billions
Brooklyn 5G - 2015 - Chris Collins - Safety, Exposure Assessment and Dosimetry from RF to mmWave
The Prospects for Scalable Quantum Computing with Superconducting Circuits - Applied Superconductivity Conference 2018
Shaping the Future Workforce: Transformative Impacts of Emerging Technologies | IEEE TechEthics Public Forum
Time-series Workloads and Implications for Time-series Databases - Michael Freedman - IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2019

IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Governance Model for Cloud Computing in Building Information Management

    The AEC (Architecture Engineering and Construction) sector is a highly fragmented, data intensive, project based industry, involving a number or very different professions and organisations. The industry's strong data sharing and processing requirements means that the management of building data is complex and challenging. We present a data sharing capability utilising Cloud Computing, with two key contributions: 1) a governance model for building data, based on extensive research Pand industry consultation. This governance model describes how individual data artefacts within a building information model relate to each other and how access to this data is controlled; 2) a prototype implementation of this governance model, utilising the CometCloud autonomic cloud computing engine, using the Master/Work paradigm. This prototype is able to successfully store and manage building data, provide security based on a defined policy language and demonstrate scale-out in case of increasing demand or node failure. Our prototype is evaluated both qualitatively and quantitatively. To enable this evaluation we have integrated our prototype with the 3D modelling software-Google Sketchup. We also evaluate the prototype's performance when scaling to utilise additional nodes in the Cloud and to determine its performance in case of node failures.

  • Towards data exchange interoperability in building lifecycle management

    Building Information Management systems have started to leverage new kinds of digital information infrastructures that integrate activities related to design, budgeting, scheduling, analysis, material management, and human resources. Companies implementing such systems have no other option today than exchanging information among themselves in a proper and efficient way. Industry foundation classes (IFCs) provide useful information structures for such a data sharing. However they do not specify how to capture, exchange and synchronize the information between distinct entities (i.e. information systems like sensors, servers, smart products...) throughout the building lifecycle. Accordingly, this paper investigates existing messaging protocols in order to identify which one is the most appropriate for supporting building lifecycle management; i.e a flexible protocol that provides sufficiently generic communication interfaces. A platform set up on a university campus based on the selected messaging protocol is then presented. Within this context, the research agenda that should be pursued to develop new techniques and algorithms for optimizing the building energy management is announced.

  • Construction Health and Safety, BIM and Cloud Technology: Proper Integration Can Drive Benefits for All Stakeholders

    This short paper looks at the current opportunity to integrate professionally mature health and safety into Building Information Management/Modelling (BIM) and Cloud technology. It argues that while the Cloud can be used to facilitate effective BIM, health and safety needs to be dealt with in a much more integrated fashion than is currently being considered by the building and construction sector. It suggests that there needs to be a more obvious divide between strategic decisions and detailed design. Clarity is the theme throughout, requiring high quality, relevant team communication in a timely manner.

  • Life Cycle Assessment of Building Energy in Big-Data Era: Theory and Framework

    In the era of big data processing, the type and scale of human society data are increasing rapidly. Data processing gradually transformed from the traditional simple objects into a basic social resource. Along with the technology development of expansion and storage of massive complex data, manage building information has gradually become possible. For a long time, building life cycle assessment(BLCA) of energy consumption is an important issue in the field of sustainable development and green building. However, the BLCA is facing huge amounts of data processing, which makes the subject remained in theory. The emergence and development of big data technology and building information model (BIM) provide effective tool for building a full life cycle energy assessment. This paper summarized the features of building life cycle energy consumption(BLCEC) data, proposed the method of information exchange and integration management by BIM, and ultimately utilize cloud computing technology to achieve wide-area BLC energy data management. It provides a broader vision for future Big data application studies.

  • Building metabolism

    Building Information Modelling (BIM) is the software-based method of mapping every aspect of a built structure's equivalent to DNA-from initial design and construction to refurbishments and eventual destruction.

  • Optimal scheduling of HVAC operations with non-preemptive air distributions for precooling

    The in-building section of a Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system is a major contributor to its overall energy consumption. This paper looks into the energy savings at the supply fan which takes up to 30% of HVAC in-building energy consumption, while energy consumptions at the chilled water pump and the chiller are also taken into account. By elongating the cooling process, the energy consumption can be significantly reduced due to the nonlinear feature of the fan power consumption. To ensure that a computed assignment of mass flow rates is practically feasible, we present an efficient way to check whether there exist a fan supply pressure and room damper openings to realize those mass flow rates. Simulations are used to illustrate the effectiveness of our precooling approach.

  • Integrated Simulation Platform for Optimized Building Operations

    In order to develop an integrated system that can optimise building operations, all facets of monitoring, control and reconfiguration need to be integrated. To achieve this, we need to develop an integrated system model, together with associated sub-system interfaces. This links the low-level wireless/wired systems monitoring with multi-level control, building information management and user-preference inputs. In this paper we describe an integrated simulation platform that partially fulfils such objectives. We detail through a case study an integrated simulation platform allowing testing, refinement and optimization of the design at an early stage. The paper provides a detailed simulation results and outlines the future works.

  • Research and application of totally integrated intelligent building information system

    According to the requirements of totally integrated intelligent building information system (TIIBIS), a scheme of system integration based on Web technology and OPC (OLE for Process Control) technology is put forward in the paper. The Web system based on B/S (Browser/Server) architecture can realize remote monitoring and break the localization of traditional C/S (Client/Server) architecture which must be run on LAN. OPC provides an efficient way to integrate different subsystems. Each subsystem in building offers a OPC server, which connects to their respective subsystems. As a result, TIIBIS can use an OPC client to obtain real-time data of all subsystems. With the combination of Web technology and OPC technology, the intelligent building information management level is improved to a higher degree.

  • Cloud Computing-Based Building Energy Management System with ZigBee Sensor Network

    As the Smart Grid is spreading, the importance of BEMS (Building Information Management System) is also increasing. For providing various and high quality services in the existing BEMS, each entity consisting of BEMS is improved. According to coverage area of a building, the number of the entity can be huge so it causes a burden of users. In this paper, we propose the Cloud computing- based BEMS. This system lessens a burden of each entity such as compute and storage resources, and the burden is taken by a centralized server, called System Manager in this paper. Therefore, every entity's performance is minimized, and quality of services maintains.



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