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FAIR Geotechnical data to support BIM for Underground Infrastructure

FAIR Geotechnical data to support BIM for Underground Infrastructure


I. Halfon / M. Beaufils / N. Hassan / C. Galandrin / P. Miraillet / B. Le Hello

ABSTRACT: In France, the MINnD Project aims at extending Building Information Modeling (BIM) capacities to describe infrastructures such as roads, bridges, railways, tunnels and geotechnics. The MINnD working group GT1-5 is dedicated to Geotechnics, especially in an underground infrastructure construction context. Such activity leads to the proposal of a conceptual data model and appropriate vocabularies to describe the geotechnical conditions. Those deliverables contribute to the specification of international standards for openBIM (as part of the buildingSmart International IFC Tunnel project) and in openGIS (Open Geospatial Consortium standards) in connection with existing practices (AFTES recommendation). MINnD GT1-5 then enables to organize the provision of geological and geotechnical data compliant with the FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable). Such level of interoperability is necessary to envisage the definition of a Digital Twin of the environment of an Underground Infrastructure and its sustainable management.

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Year 2022
City Copenhagen
Country Denmark
ISBN 978-2-9701436-7-3