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|Organisation||Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute|
17 Oct 2020
12 Jan 2021
European Museum Collaboration and Innovation Space Call, offering expertise
ZAG (Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute) is an internationally recognized research organization in the field of construction, with successful contribution in EU-funded projects (more than 40), with large network of European and Slovenian partners (excellent collaborations with Slovenian museums) and expertise in relevant areas for this proposal (http://www.zag.si/en/projects). We can offer help with the proposal development and digital support from microns to large scales, e.g. analysis of X-ray computer microtomography (XCT) of museum exhibition artifacts and preparation of building information models (BIM) for museums. ZAG has already finished some projects, where XCT and BIM activities were part of the research focus (building models and libraries, testing BIM and integrated building physics calculations and environmental footprint calculations, augmenting models with new parameters related to sensors readings etc.), in Q-Air and Innorenew BIM boost projects. We aim to join a consortium as a dissemination, exploitation and communication partner and a networking and coordinating partner for activities in Slovenia. We are strongly interdisciplinary and well connected; we have a holistic approach to solving challenges and aiming on cooperation based on mutual trust. We will be happy to collaborate as experienced project partner in terms of digitalization.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reasons of linking BIM and XCT:
BIM can successfully address relationship between the building itself and the museum exhibits contained in it. Thus, BIM can be employed to manage building as well as exhibitions throughout the whole lifecycles of both: from planning, preparing /building /renovating /executing up to end of life of exhibition and the building. This brings different benefits: in terms of costs but also in terms of quality of executed works. Preparing BIM for the museums (M-BIM) means inserting elements as a BIM object including its geometric representation and physical/semantic data (dimensions, materials, weight, history etc.). We can also link different museum inventory elements and conservation databases for the museum management.
We can offer help with the proposal development and digital support from microns to large scales, e.g. analysis of X-ray computer microtomography (XCT) of museum exhibition artifacts and preparation of building information models (BIM) for museums.
We are interested in a partner role, but can also engage to be coordinator.
* Conduct surveys
* Dissemination/communication activities
* Organise/host training
* Quality management
* Project management (as Work Package leader / Task leader)
* Develop an ICT application
* Organise a webinar