Integrated Design of Building Projects: From BIM to Additive Manufacturing
Keywords: robotic arm, BIM-robot, Concrete elements, Total machine–machine integration
This chapter explores key aspects of integrated project design using the extreme collaboration methodology, which enables the construction of BIM models that integrate architecture, structures, and MEP, using a “war room” or “information room”(i-room) where various project specialists interact in real time. To achieve the highest degree of integration within a project, the BIM model is then sent to a robotic arm that through additive manufacturing techniques, prints concrete elements previously designed in the i-room—in short, total machine–machine integration (BIM-robot).
|Editorial:||SPRINGER SINGAPORE PTE LTD|
|Fecha de publicación:||2022|
|Página de inicio:||421|