Semantic technologies and interoperability in the built environment

Abstract : The built environment consists of plenty of physical assets with which we interact on a daily basis. In order to improve not only our built environment, but also our interaction with that environment, we would benefit a lot from semantic representations of this environment. This not only includes buildings, but also large infrastructure (bridges, tunnels, waterways, underground systems), and geospatial data. With this special issue, an insight is given into the current state of the art in terms of semantic technologies and interoperability in this built environment. This editorial not only summarizes the content of the Special Issue on Semantic Technologies and interoperability in the Built Environment, it also provides a brief overview of the current state of the art in general in terms of standardisation and community efforts.
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Pieter Pauwels, María Poveda Villalón, Alvaro Sicilia, Jérôme Euzenat. Semantic technologies and interoperability in the built environment. 2018, pp.731-734. ⟨10.3233/SW-180321⟩. ⟨hal-01951968⟩

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