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Derivation of System Requirements and Scenario for Smart Bridge Facility Management System Development
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Derivation of System Requirements and Scenario for Smart Bridge Facility Management System Development
Hong, Sungchul; Kang, Taewook; Hong, Changhee; Moon, Hyounseok;
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The needs for smart city management technology has been increased for efficiently managing huge and complex social infrastructures. Thus, this research introduces smart bridge facility management system based on sensor and BIM technologies so that the inadequacy of current facility maintenance system and the limitations of data objectivity, consistency and expandability can be improved. For which, current trends on sensor and BIM technologies and standard information system were investigated to derive system develop requirements, and a scenario was suggested to discuss how to utilize the suggested system. Research outcomes are expected to be utilized as a preliminary research for developing the real application framework for bridge facility management.
BIM;Bridge Operations and Maintenance;Smart City;Sensor Network;3D Model;
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