The past decade has witnessed a remarkable surge in the adoption of geospatial technologies by the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry globally. Geospatial data such as point clouds, imagery, and 3D models have contributed to the digital transformation of the AEC industry resulting in significant improvements in the safety, cost, and efficiency of construction projects. This workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from geospatial and AEC communities to discuss the latest developments and future trends in digital construction. The workshop will include presentations on topics related to the application of geospatial technologies in digital construction, including but not limited to laser scanning, photogrammetry, positioning, unmanned aerial mapping, as-built 3D modelling, computer vision, additive manufacturing, visualization techniques, IoT sensors, real-time monitoring, and quality control. The workshop will be part of the ISPRS Geospatial Week 2023 to be held in Cairo, Egypt.


Themes of event:
⦁ Opportunities and challenges of data capture for digital construction
⦁ Sensors and systems for reality capture and automated inspection in digital construction
⦁ Progress monitoring of large construction projects
⦁ Data exchange between inspection systems and BIM
⦁ Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality in digital construction
⦁ As-built vs. as-designed and evaluation of geometric conformity in 3D printing
⦁ Computer vision in digital construction
⦁ Automated risk assessment and safety hazard identification
⦁ Increasing automation (IoT, Industry 4.0, etc.) and remote inspection

Scientific Committee:
⦁ Frédéric Bosché, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
⦁ Pingbo Tang, Carnegie Mellon University, United States
⦁ Shanaka Kristombu Baduge, University of Melbourne, Australia
⦁ Markus Gerke, University of Braunschweig, Germany
⦁ Lucía Díaz-Vilariño, University of Vigo, Spain
⦁ Davood Shojaei, University of Melbourne, Australia
⦁ Qian Wang, Southeast University, China
⦁ Diogo Ribeiro, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
⦁ Uwe Stilla, University of Munich, Germany
⦁ Richard Andrew Buswell, ⦁ Loughborough University, United Kingdom
⦁ Debaditya Acharya, RMIT University, Australia
⦁ Fernanda Leite, University of Texas at Austin, United States
⦁ Norman Hack, University of Braunschweig, Germany
⦁ Higinio González Jorge, University of Vigo, Spain
⦁ António Aguiar Costa, University of Lisbon, Portugal
⦁ Hossein Arefi, Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Germany
⦁ Giorgia Giardina, TU Delft, Netherlands