ASHVIN in the “Digital twins and integration of AI in construction industry” webinar!

ASHVIN’s Scientific Coordinator, Rahul Tomar from DTT, represented the project during the “Digital twins and integration of AI in construction industry” webinar, which took place at July 15th, 2021. The webinar was organized by the Artificial Intelligence Research, Development and Innovation Network for Sustainable Cities and was funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering under […]

ASHVIN’s 1st Newsletter is here!

Our first newsletter is a fact! It highlights information regarding our recent achievements and activities during this first phase of the project. You can read our newsletter online directly from here or download it in .pdf from here!   Do you want to know more about our project? You can go through of all our public deliverables from here and follow […]

Meet our Advisory Board!

The ASHVIN Advisory Board (AB) is a partner-nominated group of external advisors who assist in reviewing the project’s development and progress as a whole, and wherever possible, contribute to ASHVIN’s success, integration, and continuation on an international scale. Our Advisory Board members are: Dr. H. Sebnem Düzgün from Colorado School of Mines, USA; Prof. Heng […]

ASHVIN’s 2nd GA Meeting for 2021!

Our second two-day virtual meeting for 2021, hosted by TUB, took place on the 17th and 18th of June 2021 setting the tone for tasks and activities which will take place the following months. Representatives from all project partners and the European Commission attended to discuss on progress made, recent developments on pilot sites and decide on key milestones and actions for […]

ASHVIN joined forces with other LC-008-EEB funded projects!

All four LC-008-EEB funded projects ASHVIN, BIMprove, COGITO and BIM2TWIN, agreed on joining forces for raising awareness around Digital Building Twins and its impact in the construction industry. Their primary aim is to share knowledge, experiences and research outcomes with other stakeholders and communities around the EU and beyond, via online communication like webinars, newsletters, social media channels and scientific or technical […]

Cross-industry standardization for the building industry

Aiming to improve productivity and product quality of European construction industry through the development of an IoT based digital twin platform, ASHVIN attaches great value to the further development of BIM-related technologies, applied during the project. Standardization is one of very important aspects to be addressed during the development of an open-source digital twin platform integrating IoT, […]

Who develops Standards?

There are numerous organizations developing standards, ranging from companies, consortia and industry in the private sector, to national, regional and international organizations. The latter three constitute the bulk of the international standardization system, required by the WTO TBT Agreement to follow its principles and requirements for standards development. There are also NGOs with specific socio-economic […]

What is a Standard?

In ISO/IEC Guide 2:2004, standardization is defined as an activity of establishing, with regard to actual or potential problems, provisions for common and repeated use, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context. Important benefits of standardization are improvement of the suitability of products, processes and services for their […]

D6.1 Standardization Plan is out!

Deliverable D6.1 elaborates and implements a Standardization Plan, based on the relevant standards (existing or under development), and provides the other Workpackages input for further exploitation. This will ensure that project results are aligned with current regulations and on-going standardisation activities. The Standardization Plan outlines the standardization roadmap for application of the Digital Twin concept […]

ASHVIN and Ethics

As an EU funded research project ASHVIN will give ethical considerations the highest priority and ensure that all activities carried out under the project comply with ethical principles and relevant national, EU and international legislation, such as the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights. Throughout the […]