SEMANTIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES MEET BIM for ACCESSING and UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL HERITAGE

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Within the EU funded project INCEPTION - Inclusive Cultural Heritage in Europe through 3D semantic modelling, the key-targeted achievement is the development of a specific cloud based platform, in order to accomplish the main objectives of accessing, understanding and strengthening European Cultural Heritage by means of enriched 3D models. The whole INCEPTION project is based on the close connection between state-of-the-art architectural modeling technologies (BIM, Building Information Modeling) and the latest cutting-edge web technologies. The platform is grounded on semantic web technologies and makes extensive use of WebGL and RESTful APIs, in order to enrich heritage 3D models by using Semantic Web standards. The INCEPTION platform will be a space for interchange of information and for the dialogue among professionals, students, scholars, curators, non-expert users, etc. Furthermore, the Semantic Web structure interlinks the platform with external Cultural Heritage available linked data and makes it gradually enhanced by specific flexible data structures provided as project specific ontologies. The paper will describe solutions based on the match between BIM, Cloud and Semantic Web.

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Iadanza, E., Maietti, F., Ziri, A. E., Di Giulio, R., Medici, M., Ferrari, F., … Turillazzi, B. (2019). SEMANTIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES MEET BIM for ACCESSING and UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL HERITAGE. In ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences (Vol. 42, pp. 381–388). Copernicus GmbH. https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-2-W9-381-2019

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