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Intuitive Self-Inspection Techniques using Augmented Reality for construction, refurbishment and maintenance of energy-efficient buildings made of prefabricated components

Deliverables

Guidelines for self-inspection in refurbishment

This is a result from task T1.1, and it presents INSITER Methodology for existing buildings.

Training modules and pilot training courses

This is a result from task T6.1, which also includes a Learning Content Management System.

Field validation report and recommendations

This is a result from task T5.2, which comprises the documentation and reports on the field validation. The report will show the final performance of the buildings and the positive impact of self-inspection addressing the following aspects: building physics analysis (e.g. U-value, sound insulation ); reliability of structure; preferred materials and their assembly demands; and indoor climate.

Case study elaboration, field validation protocols, and equipment calibration

This is a result from task T5.2, which contains the description of the use cases for the purpose of field validation of the prototype INSITER Systems and Methodology.

Calculation and analytical methods for MEP/HVAC components

This is a result from task T1.3, and it describes conceptual measurement protocols and quantitative method for self-inspection of MEP/HVAC components. It focuses on self-inspection of critical MEP/HVAC components that affect quality and energy performance in all phases of a building project.

Best practices and existing shortcomings

This is a result from task T1.1, and it critically reviews the state-of-the-art procedures, and describes innovative ways for self-inspection, quality assurance and energy-performance check.

Dissemination and exploitation plans

This is a result from task T6.3. The outlined and intended content are described in DoA addressing dissemination and exploitation intentions. The first version of the plans (public) will be delivered in M3, but they will continuously be updated until the project completion in M48. The final exploitation plan related to the business plan will be confidential (CO).

Recommendations for standardisation

This is a result from task T6.1. Reflection will be made on existing guidelines and standards to extend the preliminary list. Targeted standardisation areas –including building engineering and energy, quality management, ICT and BIM, as well as procurement.

Integrated field demonstration report

Including set-up and results of demonstration activities involving stakeholders at real cases. This is a combined deliverable of the original D5.5 and D5.6. The content and coverage remain the same.

Calculation and analytical methods for building components

This is a result from task T1.2, and it focuses on self-inspection of critical building components that affect quality and energy-performance.

BIM-based self-instruction models for mobile devices

This is a result from task T4.2, which will be developed in conjunction with the training modules in WP6/T6.1 –self-instructions for improvement of worker’ knowledge and skills.

Measuring and diagnosis solutions for inspecting MEP/HVAC components

This is a result from task T1.3, and it presents the practical measurement protocols supported by hardware and software tools for self-inspection of MEP/HVAC components. It presents practical techniques (protocols) supported by hardware and software for self-inspection in all phases of a building project.

Lab test report and recommendations

This is a result from task T5.1, which will conclude the lab an virtual tests, and present recommendations for improvement and validation of the prototype INSITER Systems and Methodology.

Measuring and diagnosis solutions for inspecting building components

This is a result from task T1.2, and it presents practical techniques using hardware and software tools for self-inspection of building components.

Guidelines for self-inspection in new construction

This is a result from task T1.1, and it presents INSITER Methodology for new buildings.

Cross-case analysis and benchmarking

This deliverable also describes the industry’s views on practicality and affordability of INSITER tools and methods. After the original D5.6 is removed, this present deliverable will be the new D5.6.

Lab test protocols and set-up

This is a result from task T5.1, which will serve as guidelines to carry out the lab test activities and analysis of the findings.

Functional requirements and integration architecture of applications for process, planning and cost

This is a result from task T3.1, which will serve as the underpinning for further software development addressing planning and cost management.

Functional requirements and integration architecture of applications for building quality and energy assessments

This is a result from task T3.2, which will serve as the underpinning for further software development addressing building quality and energy performance.

Framework for BIM, hardware and software data inter-operability

This is a result from task T4.2, which address data inter-operability between different types of hardware instruments for measurement (incl. their firmware / middleware), software tools, and BIM.

Communication materials and public relations

This is a result from task T6.2. The types of dissemination items are described in the DoA as part of the preliminary dissemination plan. The first materials (e.g. leaflets, templates) will be available starting from M3, but the work will continue as new dissemination materials will be delivered and updated until the project completion in M48.

Public and consortium websites

This is a result from task T6.2. The websites will be delivered and full-operational in M3. and they will be updated until the project completion in M48.

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Publications

Connecting the Knowhow of Design, Production and Construction Professionals through Mixed Reality to Overcome Building’s Performance Gaps

Author(s): Rizal Sebastian, Rosamaria Olivadese, Emanuele Piaia, Roberto Di Giulio, Peter Bonsma, Jan-Derrick Braun, Günther Riexinger
Published in: Proceedings, Issue 2/15, 2018, Page(s) 1153, ISSN 2504-3900
DOI: 10.3390/proceedings2151153

Mixed Reality for On-Site Self-Instruction and Self-Inspection with Building Information Models

Author(s): Günther Riexinger, Andreas Kluth, Manuel Olbrich, Jan-Derrik Braun, Thomas Bauernhansl
Published in: Procedia CIRP, Issue 72, 2018, Page(s) 1124-1129, ISSN 2212-8271
DOI: 10.1016/j.procir.2018.03.160

An IFC Interoperability Framework for Self-Inspection Process in Buildings

Author(s): José L. Hernández, Pedro Martín Lerones, Peter Bonsma, Andrè van Delft, Richard Deighton, Jan-Derrick Braun
Published in: Buildings, Issue 8/2, 2018, Page(s) 32, ISSN 2075-5309
DOI: 10.3390/buildings8020032

Stationary Wavelet Transform denoising in Pulsed Thermography: influence of camera resolution on defect detection

Author(s): Revel, Gian Marco; Chiariotti, Paolo; Copertaro, Edoardo; Pandarese, Giuseppe
Published in: Proceedings of 13th Conference on Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications. (2016)., Issue 1, 2016

Stationary Wavelet Transform for denoising Pulsed Thermography data: optimization of wavelet parameters for enhancing defects detection

Author(s): G.M. Revel, E. Copertaro, P. Chiariotti, G. Pandarese, A. D'Antuono
Published in: Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Quantitative InfraRed Thermography, 2016
DOI: 10.21611/qirt.2016.025

"""INSITER Self-Inspection method and instruments to ensure optimal performance of prefab retrofitting solutions"""

Author(s): Corresponding Author: Dr Martin Roders MSc Consultant and Researcher DEMO Consultants Delft, the Netherlands Co-Author 1 Dr Arch Emanuele Piaia Ipostudio Architetti SRL Florence, Italy Co-Author 2 Dr Rizal Sebastian MSc DEMO Consultants Delft, the Netherlands
Published in: The Utrecht Sustainable Built Environment 16 Conference: Transition Zero, Issue 07-04-2016, 2016, Page(s) 33-42

"""Intuitive Self-Inspection Techniques based on BIM for Energy-efficient Buildings: EU Horizon 2020 Research Project INSITER"""

Author(s): Rizal Sebastian, Ton Damen, André van Delft DEMO Consultants BV, Delft, The Netherlands Gian Marco Revel, Antonio D'Antuono Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy Milena Martarelli Università degli Studi e-Campus, Novedrate (CO), Italy
Published in: "Eighth International Conference on Construction in the 21st Century (CITC-VIII) ""Changing the Field: Recent Developments for Future Engineering and Construction"" May 27-30, 2015, Thessaloniki, Greece", Issue 30-06-2015, 2015, Page(s) 79-86

Eulerian frequency analysis of structural vibrations from high-speed video

Author(s): Andrea Venanzoni, Laurent De Ryck, Jacques Cuenca
Published in: AIP Conference Proceedings volume 1740, 2016, Page(s) 040003
DOI: 10.1063/1.4952662