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Smart Structures and Systems
  Volume 26, Number 5, November 2020, pages 559-573
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12989/sss.2020.26.5.559
 


Economic application of structural health monitoring and internet of things in efficiency of building information modeling
Yan Cao, Sepideh Miraba, Shervin Rafiei, Aria Ghabussi, Fateme Bokaei, Shahrizan Baharom, Pedram Haramipour and Hamid Assilzadeh

 
Abstract
    One of the powerful data management tools is Building Information Modeling (BIM) which operates through obtaining, recalling, sharing, sorting and sorting data and supplying a digital environment of them. Employing SHM, a BIM in monitoring systems, would be an efficient method to address their data management problems and consequently optimize the economic aspects of buildings. The recording of SHM data is an effective way for engineers, facility managers and owners which make the BIM dynamic through the provision of updated information regarding the occurring state and health of different sections of the building. On the other hand, digital transformation is a continuous challenge in construction. In a cloud-based BIM platform, environmental and localization data are integrated which shape the Internet-of-Things (IoT) method. In order to improve work productivity, living comfort, and entertainment, the IoT has been growingly utilized in several products (such as wearables, smart homes). However, investigations confronting the integration of these two technologies (BIM and IoT) remain inadequate and solely focus upon the automatic transmission of sensor information to BIM models. Therefore, in this composition, the use of BIM based on SHM and IOT is reviewed and the economic application is considered.
 
Key Words
    Building Information Modeling (BIM); SHM; IOT; sensor; network
 
Address
(1) Yan Cao:
School of Mechatronic Engineering, Xi'an Technological University, Xi'an , 710021 China
(2) Sepideh Miraba Miraba:
Department of Architecture, Soore University, Tehran, Iran
(3) Shervin Rafiei Rafiei:
Department of Construction Engineering and Management, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
(4) Aria Ghabussi Ghabussi:
Department of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409, USA
(5) Fateme Bokaei Bokaei:
Department of Civil and Architectural E ngineering, Eyvanekey University, Tehran, Iran
(6) Shahrizan Baharom Baharom:
Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
(7) Pedram HaramipourHaramipour:
Department of Architecture, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
(8) Hamid Assilzadeh:
Institute of Research and Development, Duy Tan University, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
 

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