City Information Modelling: A Conceptual Framework for Research and Practice in Digital Urban Planning
Journal article, 2020
In this article, we review the state of the art of CIM (definitions and applications) in the academic literature and propose a definition and a general conceptual framework. By highlighting how the different disciplines are related to each other within this conceptual framework, we offer a context for transdisciplinary work, and focus on integration challenges, for research and development, both in academia and industry. This will contribute to moving forward the debate on digitalization of the built environment development process in the field of Smart Cities.
Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Urban Design and Planning
0263-7960 (ISSN)Vol. 46 4 501-527
Digital Twin Cities Centre
VINNOVA (2019-00041), 2020-02-29 -- 2024-12-31.
Other Computer and Information Science
Social and Economic Geography
Areas of Advance
Building Futures (2010-2018)