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eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. ECPPM 2006

European Conference on Product and Process Modelling 2006 (ECPPM 2006), Valencia, Spain, 13-15 September 2006

Edited by Manuel Martinez, Raimar Scherer

CRC Press – 2006 – 672 pages

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    978-0-415-41622-1
    August 23rd 2006

Description

The task of structuring information on built environment has presented challenges to the research community, software developers and the industry for the last 20 years. Recent work has taken advantage of Web and industry standards such as XML, OWL, IFC and STEP. Another important technology for the fragmented AEC industry is digital communication. Wired or wireless, it brings together architects, engineers and construction site workers, enabling them to exchange information, communicate and work together. Virtual enterprise organization structures, involving mobile teams over distance, are highly compatible with the needs of the construction industry.

Contents

Keynote Papers

Workshop: R & D strategies for ICT in construction

Process modelling and management

Building information modelling and interoperability

Supporting model-based cooperation

Distributed web and grid systems and services

Mobile computing

Context aware building automation services

Ecology, sustainability and environmental management

eBusiness in design, construction and supply chain management

eRegulations

eLearning

ICT indicators, adoption and evaluation

Case studies, best practice and lessons learned

Name: eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. ECPPM 2006: European Conference on Product and Process Modelling 2006 (ECPPM 2006), Valencia, Spain, 13-15 September 2006 (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by Manuel Martinez, Raimar Scherer. The task of structuring information on built environment has presented challenges to the research community, software developers and the industry for the last 20 years. Recent work has taken advantage of Web and industry standards such as XML, OWL, IFC...
Categories: Construction Management, Building and Construction, Engineering Management