The implementation of geometric, alphanumerical and documentary data within BIM models is opening up interesting scenarios in the integrated management of existing infrastructure works. In particular, data from the application of sensors for structural monitoring of historic bridges can originate a flow of information exchange between real artifacts and Digital Twin capable of activating effective reactive or planned responses in the operation and maintenance phase of the asset by the facility manager. This paper intends to outline a BIM-oriented process workflow, which from the creation of parametric objects for infrastructural works using Scan-to-BIM acquisition techniques and procedures, arrives at the implementation of models aimed at the management of data from incoming and outgoing sensors towards analysis, supervision and control systems of the facilities organization. The case study of the Toppoli Bridge over the Arno River along the S.P. 64 road in the Province of Arezzo (IT), an artifact dating back to the early decades of the 1900s and built using traditional construction techniques and recently subject to renovation, is addressed. The experience conducted has highlighted how the BIM methodology for information management of existing assets, effectively responds to the current needs of monitoring and control of historical infrastructure assets, being able to integrate with multiple information management systems of the facilities organization, as well as the latest AI and AR technologies.

Historic bridges monitoring through sensor data management with BIM methodologies / Alberto Aglietti, Carlo Biagini, Andrea Bongini, Paolo Ottobri. - In: INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE PHOTOGRAMMETRY, REMOTE SENSING AND SPATIAL INFORMATION SCIENCES. - ISSN 1682-1750. - ELETTRONICO. - XLVIII-M-2-2023:(2023), pp. 33-41.

Historic bridges monitoring through sensor data management with BIM methodologies

Alberto Aglietti;Carlo Biagini
;
Andrea Bongini;Paolo Ottobri
2023

Abstract

The implementation of geometric, alphanumerical and documentary data within BIM models is opening up interesting scenarios in the integrated management of existing infrastructure works. In particular, data from the application of sensors for structural monitoring of historic bridges can originate a flow of information exchange between real artifacts and Digital Twin capable of activating effective reactive or planned responses in the operation and maintenance phase of the asset by the facility manager. This paper intends to outline a BIM-oriented process workflow, which from the creation of parametric objects for infrastructural works using Scan-to-BIM acquisition techniques and procedures, arrives at the implementation of models aimed at the management of data from incoming and outgoing sensors towards analysis, supervision and control systems of the facilities organization. The case study of the Toppoli Bridge over the Arno River along the S.P. 64 road in the Province of Arezzo (IT), an artifact dating back to the early decades of the 1900s and built using traditional construction techniques and recently subject to renovation, is addressed. The experience conducted has highlighted how the BIM methodology for information management of existing assets, effectively responds to the current needs of monitoring and control of historical infrastructure assets, being able to integrate with multiple information management systems of the facilities organization, as well as the latest AI and AR technologies.
2023
XLVIII-M-2-2023
33
41
Alberto Aglietti, Carlo Biagini, Andrea Bongini, Paolo Ottobri
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