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October 2013


DURAARK contribution accepted at GRAPP 2014

Our recent submission Automatic Generation of Structural Building Descriptions from 3D Point Cloud Scans has been accepted for presentation at the upcoming 9th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications (GRAPP 2014). The paper introduces a new and exciting method for segmentation of unstructured …


ScanLAB 3d scanning workshop at CITA – 21.-25.October 2013

The London based scanning company ScanLab is a pioneer in the field of architectural 3d registration. They were among the first to realise the potential of 3d scanning beyond the pure collection of coordinate points and have since their foundation experienced great success in the world of architecture, cultural heritage …


DURAARK presentation at 30th CIB W78 conference in Beijing

The DURAARK project was presented to the CIB W78 “Applications of IT in AEC (Architecture, Engineering, Construction Managment)” conference in at Tsinghua University in Beijing, October 9-12 2013. . After the presentation a lively discussion started and the general ideas and approaches of the project received positive feedback from the CIB …


DURAARK@”Bauen auf Fraunhofer”

René Berndt presented the DURAARK project at the traditional networking event of Fraunhofer Austria “Bauen of Fraunhofer” as one of the keynote speakers. “Bauen auf Fraunhofer” is carried out in cooperation with the Styrian Business Promotion Agency SFG, which stands for national consultations on R & D funding opportunities and (international) technology …


Plan3D associated partner of DURAARK

Plan3D from Berlin is a company offering 3d registration services to the building industry. Their speciality is the creation of BIM models from the scandata. We are happy to have them and their expertise onboard.

Presentation available

Paper and presentation available: “Towards preservation of semantically enriched architectural knowledge”. (See links under “Publications” in the menu.)

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