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BIM to AR Matching Technology of Building Maintenance Platform Using 5G-Based AR

Version 1 : Received: 21 May 2021 / Approved: 24 May 2021 / Online: 24 May 2021 (07:35:35 CEST)

How to cite: Kim, J.; Kim, J. BIM to AR Matching Technology of Building Maintenance Platform Using 5G-Based AR. Preprints 2021, 2021050535 Kim, J.; Kim, J. BIM to AR Matching Technology of Building Maintenance Platform Using 5G-Based AR. Preprints 2021, 2021050535

Abstract

The significance of virtual reality (AR/VR/MR) technology stands out because it can be used in various construction fields such as urban design, construction review, maintenance and education, etc. As to prove this, conglomerates such as Facebook, Google, Sony, Microsoft, and Samsung are increasing their investments to preoccupy the virtual reality market and are competing to dominate the contents and platform market. Virtual reality technology has a concept that collectively refers to VR (Virtual Reality), AR (Augmented Reality), and MR (Mixed Reality), but technically, the two technologies are strictly separated. While VR technology is an immersive virtual environment using computer graphic technology, AR technology is a more advanced technology that combines real data and VR data, and MR technology is a technology that combines both AR and VR. In Korea, Republic of, the use of BIM (Building Information Modeling), a 3D information model, becomes mandatory and based on this, the demand for a new market where VR/AR/MR technologies and advanced sensing equipment are combined increases. This study implemented a building maintenance platform using AR based on 5G, and developed matching technology between BIM of the building maintenance platform and AR equipment. Besides this study implemented the technology to enhance the matching rate of the matching technology and carried out the process to enhance the matching rate empirically through continuous tests. As a result, the initial target of 90% matching rate could be improved to 96%. Based on this, it is expected that effective EV (Optimum Life Cycle Cost) could be achieved at a lower cost compared to the previous one by using it for maintenance monitoring after construction and completion of the building, and can be used as an effective solution in the aspect of building maintenance as well.

Subject Areas

5G; AR/VR; BIM; Building maintenance; matching

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