Data fusion using geographic managed objects

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Abstract

The way we design our buildings and cities has not really changed a lot for decades. Drawing boards have been exchanged with relatively small 30” inch monitors, pens and rulers have been exchanged with advanced digital tools mostly though disturbing, making the creative process of design merely a frustrating one. So what have we gained from CAD. Certainly a lot, but mostly the possibility to combine and fuse projects. Simulating future use and behaviour, revealing design issues and failures before actually built. Still data fusion is a relatively new challenge albeit quite obvious trying to assemble models coming from different systems and vendors representing different professional domains. This paper discusses data exchange and data fusion in general and presents a new development, which gives the possibility to enhance data as intelligent objects opening a whole new paradigm for both data exchange and data fusion.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationeCAADe 2014: Fusion - Data Integration at its best : Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Education and research in Computer aided Architectural Design in Europe
EditorsEmine Mine Thompson
Number of pages9
Volume2
Place of PublicationNewcastle
PublishereCAADe
Publication date2014
Pages495-504
ISBN (Print)9789491207075
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventeCAADe 2014 : Fusion - Data Integration at its best: The International Conference on Education and research in Computer aided Architectural Design in Europe - Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
Duration: 10 Sep 201412 Sep 2014
Conference number: 32

Conference

ConferenceeCAADe 2014 : Fusion - Data Integration at its best
Number32
LocationNorthumbria University
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityNewcastle upon Tyne, England
Period10/09/201412/09/2014

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Keywords

  • Data fusion
  • CAD
  • Managed object
  • Data exchange
  • Virtual machine

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Kjems, E. (2014). Data fusion using geographic managed objects. In E. M. Thompson (Ed.), eCAADe 2014: Fusion - Data Integration at its best: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Education and research in Computer aided Architectural Design in Europe (Vol. 2, pp. 495-504). Newcastle: eCAADe.
Kjems, Erik. / Data fusion using geographic managed objects. eCAADe 2014: Fusion - Data Integration at its best: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Education and research in Computer aided Architectural Design in Europe. editor / Emine Mine Thompson. Vol. 2 Newcastle : eCAADe, 2014. pp. 495-504
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Kjems E. Data fusion using geographic managed objects. In Thompson EM, editor, eCAADe 2014: Fusion - Data Integration at its best: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Education and research in Computer aided Architectural Design in Europe. Vol. 2. Newcastle: eCAADe. 2014. p. 495-504