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D7.1 ASHVIN TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION PLAN

Authors: Lukaszewska, Agnieszka; Gilun, Marek; Johansson, Felicia; Jongeling, Rogier; Tomar, Rahul; Claeson-Jonsson, Christina; Jungmann, Manuel; +10 Authors

D7.1 ASHVIN TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION PLAN

Abstract

ASHVIN aims at the digitalization of the construction industry to increase productivity, resource efficiency, and safety. Towards this goal, digital twin technology is only one means to an end. Therefore, the core of all ASHVIN development aims at introducing two major process innovations enabled by the possibility to closely match as-build information with as-designed information throughout the product development lifecycle that is made possible by digital twin technology. This report presents a plan for implementation of the ASHVIN platform and tools in the demonstration projects. For each of the demonstration project relevant challenges and needs are described, based on that appropriate tools and monitoring devices can be planned. It is significant to show that various type of structures (buildings, bridges, and industrial buildings) has different problems and boundary condition. Only after examination and understanding of the problems and challenges that each construction site faces it is possible to correctly apply new solution. The document that presents the implementation of digital twin technologies on demonstration projects: #1 Bridges for highspeed railways in Spain, #2 Building renovation in Poland, #3 Airport runway in Croatia, #4 Logistics hall construction in Germany, #5 Kineum office building in Sweden, #6 Office buildings in Spain, #7 Bridges in highway network in Spain, #8 Footbridge in Germany, #9 Sport stadium roof structure, #10 Quay wall in the Netherlands.

Task leader/Main author: Agnieszka Łukaszewska, Marek Giluń (FASADA) Contributing partners: Felicia Johansson, Rogier Jongeling (Plan B), Rahul Tomar (DTT), Christina Claeson-Jonsson (NCC); Manuel Jungmann (TUB), Jorge Campos, João Gonçalves (EUR), Vasilis Papanikolaou (AUS); Rolando Chacon (UPC), David García Carrera (UPC), Carlos Ramonell (UPC), Hector Posada (UPC), Lucian Ungureanu (TUB), Sandra Skaric Palic (INFCON) Reviewer(s): Irina Stipanovic (INFCON), Burkhard Krenn,(SPB)

Deliverable D7.1 of project ASHVIN (Assistants for Healthy, Safe, and Productive Virtual Construction Design, Operation & Maintenance using a Digital Twin Project Acronym)

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Demonstration site, :Enginyeria civil [Àrees temàtiques de la UPC], Demonstration site, technology demonstration plan, Civil engineering--Environmental aspects, Technology demonstration plan, Enginyeria civil -- Aspectes ambientals, Àrees temàtiques de la UPC::Enginyeria civil

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