Design provision for earthquake resistance of structures is described in the EUROCODE 8. A monitoring of the natural or technical vibrations is standard requirement for management of building sites. Vibrations have different manifestation, usually non-periodic or periodic vibrations with different time duration, time limited shocks, isolated shock etc. The intensity of vibrations depends on many
parameters. Significant diversity of causes, influencing the intensity of a seismic event on the surface, is the reason why more creditable results cannot be obtained and simple relations cannot be derived
without a larger number of measurements. Interpretation of obtained wave patterns is necessary to realize both in amplitude and frequency domains. General assessments of the impact of vibrations on structures are based on international standards for vibration assessment; many countries also specify permissible maximum values by national rules.
ISPRS - The International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (www.isprs.org) is a non-governmental organization devoted to the development of international cooperation for the advancement of photogrammetry and remote sensing and their applications. The organization was founded in 1910.
The working group ISPRS TC V/WG7 - Innovative Technologies in Training Civil Engineers and Architects (www2.isprs.org/commissions/comm5/wg7/) aims to promote global literacy and innovation in the field of geospatial technologies, mainly in photogrammetry, laser scanning and remote sensing for implementation in the educational process of civil engineers and architects through the development of multidisciplinary educational content. The working group was established in 2016.
PHEDCS Institute (www.phedcs.com) was founded by members of the ISPRS TC V/WG7 in 2017 for the realization of conferences, education, training.
The Czech Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (SFDP) - (www.sfdp.cz) is an interest group of professionals engaged in photogrammetry, remote sensing, laser scanning and geographic information systems. The organization was founded in 1930.
BIM (Building Information Modeling or Building Information Management) is creation and data management of a building or a construction. The process during the entire life cycle.
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