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Science for Disaster Risk Management 2017: knowing better and losing less
2017 - Poljanšek, K., Marín Ferrer, M., De Groeve, T., Clark, I. et alt.

El Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre ha elaborado este informe, resultado del proceso de creación de redes multisectoriales y multidisciplinares que representa el esfuerzo combinado de más de doscientos expertos, en su mayoría europeos. Con él se pretende apoyar la integración de la ciencia en la toma de decisiones con conocimiento de causa mediante la síntesis y traducción de las pruebas para la gestión del riesgo de catástrofes y el fortalecimiento de la interfaz ciencia-política y ciencia-operación.

Accessible information model for indoor remote user By Integrating GIS and BIM
13 - Bandara Y.K., Wanninayaike G.C., Maheshika Mduwanthi and Peiris J.R.W

There is a growing interest in the integration of BIM and GIS. However, most of the researches are focused on importing BIM data in GIS applications and vice versa. Real integration of BIM and GIS is using the strong parts of the GIS technology in BIM, and the strong parts from BIM technology in GIS. This research paper gives a mixture of strong parts from both worlds and they are integrated and individually stand up with a virtual globe to elaborate the informational models which can be accessed through a hand held device. According to the researches, during the last decade the personal interest on 3-D modeling has increased so far due to their user friendliness and reliability. So the authors of this paper have taken the advantage of this to approach to merge both Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) and also to use some of the technologies standalone to model a prototype building into a 3-D intelligent information model which can be accessed through a hand held device.

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Integration of Historic Building Information Modeling (HBIM) and 3D GIS for Recording and Managing Cultural Heritage Sites
2012 - C Dore y M Murphy

This paper presents a design framework for the integration of two new developments in this area, Historic Building Information Modeling (HBIM) and CityGML. HBIM provides a solution for parametric modeling of historic buildings/objects from laser scan or photogrammetric survey data. HBIM includes a plug in library of architectural objects for Building Information Modeling software platforms and a system for plotting these objects to laser scan or photogrammetric survey data.