June 21, 2019Read more
At the beginning of the week InnoRenew CoE researchers, Dr Jakub Sandak, and Dr Črtomir Tavzes, and research group leaders, Dr Miklós Krész and Dr Iztok Šušteršič, went to Bled. Together with colleagues from the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia they made a preliminary visit to two study objects (a house and a barn) on which they will learn to implement Building Information Modelling (BIM), especially for the cultural heritage objects and wooden construction.
Also, colleagues from the University of Primorska, the National institute of Public Health, the institute e-Oblak, and the Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute (ZAG) joined the visit. ZAG is also the leading partner of the start-up project Building Information Modelling. Together they explored the possibilities of sensor integration and inclusion of the health and cultural heritage aspects into the BIM of the two study objects.
The visit and the discussions were successful, and they will contribute scientifically to the future development of the start-up project.