Exploitation Workshop among 4 Digital Twin Innovation Projects

On the 3rd of February 2023, the  ASHVIN (↗️) team hosted an exploitation workshop, gathering all four sister projects; COGITO (↗️), BIMprove (↗️)and BIM2Twin (↗️). The session’s objective has been to discuss the challenges, intellectual property rights, tricks and plans to take results far and wide, targeting our stakeholders. Biraj Harnal, Project Manager at DTT […]

ASHVIN Collaborates with IMSAFE Project on Standardisation

One of the central aims of the ASHVIN (↗️) project, which develops a digital twin solution boosting productivity and safety of construction sites, is to propose an international standard supporting the market uptake of digital twin technologies. Austrian Standards (↗️), a national standards body, is leading the standardisation task in ASHVIN. ASHVIN has defined its […]

ASHVIN Looks into Evidence-Based Design to Boost Productivity and Safety in Construction

The ASHVIN project develops an IoT-driven Digital Twin Platform and a digital toolkit supporting the European construction industry to become more productive and safer for workers. The ASHVIN solution can be used in the three construction phases: design, construction and maintenance of building sites.  Early-design Phase Fed with Data from Past Projects  The early design […]

Detecting anomalies and de-noising monitoring data from sensors: A smart data approach

In January 2023, Timo Hartmann (↗️), coordinator of the ASHVIN project and professor at the Technical University of Berlin,  co-authored an article entitled “Detecting anomalies and de-noising monitoring data from sensors: A smart data approach“ that was published in the scientific peer-reviewed journal “Advanced Engineering Informatics”, Volume 55.  The article details that when monitoring safety […]

Beyond the ASHVIN Tools: Training and Upskilling

This year kick starts the European Year of Skills (↗️), adopted by the European Commission to focus on empowering workers on green and digital transitions. As a European project aiming to digitize and transform the construction industry, ASHVIN’s commitment is to empower the stakeholders’ to benefit from the developed novel digital solutions. The digital transition […]

The 5th Consortium Meeting in Greece

On the 19th and 20th of January 2023, the ASHVIN consortium had its 5th project meeting hosted by CERTH (↗️) in Thessaloniki, Greece. All 14 project partners gathered for 2 days to monitor the status of the work and discuss the next steps in developing, demonstrating and disseminating the ASHVIN system. Timo Hartmann from TUB […]

The Advisory Board Guides ASHVIN towards the Future Construction Industry

The ASHVIN project gathers 14 partners across 9 European countries, and they collaborate for three years to develop an intelligent construction solution deploying digital twin technologies, which will boost the productivity and the safety of the construction industry. The accomplishment of the 2nd project year marked the delivery of critical technical milestones; the 10 technology […]

Real-time duration extraction of crane works for data-driven discrete event simulation

In December, the ASHVIN team presented a publication entitled “Real-time duration extraction of crane works for data-driven discrete event simulation” at the Winter Simulation Conference 2022  (↗️) organised in Singapore. The authors of the paper are Manuel Jungmann, Lucian Ungureanu , Timo Hartmann (from TUB)  and Rolando Chacon and Hector Posada (from UPC).  The construction […]

A survey for image-based methods in construction: from images to digital twins

In September 2022, the ASHVIN partner, CERTH, presented a publication entitled A survey for image-based methods in construction: from images to digital twins” at the 19th International Conference on Content-based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI 2022) (↗️). The authors of this publication are from CERTH (Koulalis, I., Dourvas, N., Triantafyllidis, T., Ioannidis, K., Vrochidis, S., & Kompatsiaris).  […]

On the digital twinning of routine load tests in railway bridges

On the 15th of July, 2022, The ASHVIN team presented a publication in Conference proceedings at International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management 2022 (↗️). This publication is entitled “On the digital twinning of routine load tests in railway bridges. Case study: high-speed railway network, Extremadura, Spain”, and it is co-written by a group […]