DURAARK - Durable Architectural Knowledge

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Long-term preservation of architectural building data is crucial to guarantee the legal abilities of allstakeholders (e.g. designer, engineers), to provide the ability to retrofit legacy buildings, to preserve cultural heritage, to ensure security precautions, and to enable knowledge-reuse of design and engineering solutions.

With the recent paradigm shift in architecture and construction from analog 2D plans and scale models to digital 3D building models, long-term preservation efforts must turn their attention to this new type of data. Currently, no existing approach is able to provide a secure and efficient long-term preservation solution covering the broad spectrum of 3D architectural data, while at the same time taking into account the demands of institutional collectors like architecture libraries and archives as well as those of the private sector including building industry SMEs, owners and operators.

DURAARK is to tackle these challenges by developing long-term preservation tools that are tailored to the requirements of 3D content. Persistent and future-proof data usage will be ensured by automated generation of consistent metadata. Thereby, DURAARK will be the first long-term preservation project coveringthe whole spectrum of 3D architectural content ranging from raw point clouds up to extensively annotated 3D BIM (Building Information Modeling) models.
 

University of Bonn Tasks

Within DURAARK, the Computer Graphics group's tasks include the following:

  • documenting the changing state of built architecture
  • registration of low-level point cloud scans and high-level BIM models to enable the transfer of structure and semantics
  • recognition of meaningful shapes and structures in legacy building representations
  • development of point cloud compression that or compliant with long-term archival

Publications

 
Sander Münster, Mieke Pfarr-Harfst, Piotr Kuroczynski, and Marinos Ioannides (Editors)
Jakob Beetz, Ina Blümel, Stefan Dietze, Besnik Fetahui, Ujwal Gadiraju, Martin Hecher, Thomas Krijnen, Michelle Lindlar, Martin Tamke, Raoul Wessel, and Ran Yu
chapter 3, Springer International Publishing, LNCS - 3D Research Challenges in Culutral Heritage II, Oct. 2016
 
Martin Tamke, Henrik Leander Evers, Mateusz Zwierzycki, Raoul Wessel, Sebastian Ochmann, Richard Vock, and Reinhard Klein
To appear in Proceedings of the IASS Annual Symposium 2016 'Spatial Structures in the 21st Century', Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 2016
 
Martin Tamke, Mateusz Zwierzycki, Henrik Leander Evers, Sebastian Ochmann, Richard Vock, and Raoul Wessel
In proceedings of the 34th eCAADe Conference, Oulu, Finland, pages 643-651, Aug. 2016
 
In: Computers & Graphics (Feb. 2016), 54(94-103)
 
In proceedings of IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2015
 
Thomas Krijnen, Jakob Beetz, Sebastian Ochmann, Richard Vock, and Raoul Wessel
In proceedings of 22nd EG-ICE International Workshop, July 2015
 
In proceedings of Vision, Modeling & Visualization, The Eurographics Association, Oct. 2014
 
Martin Tamke, Ina Blümel, Sebastian Ochmann, Richard Vock, and Raoul Wessel
In proceedings of Fusion - 32nd International Conference on Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe, Northumbria University, pages 557-566, Northumbria University, Sept. 2014
 
In proceedings of EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval (3DOR 2014), Strasbourg, France, Apr. 2014
 
Dissertation, Universität Bonn, Feb. 2014
 
In proceedings of GRAPP 2014 - International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications, Lisbon, Portugal, SCITEPRESS, Jan. 2014
 
Stefan Dietze, Jakob Beetz, Ujwal Gadiraju, Georgios Katsimpras, Raoul Wessel, and René Berndt
In proceedings of 3rd International Workshop on Semantic Digital Archives (SDA 2013), Valetta, Malta, Sept. 2013