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Aslı Akçamete Güngör

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akcamete@metu.edu.tr
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Department of Civil Engineering
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A mixed integer programming method for multi-project resource leveling
Altun, Murat; Sönmez, Rifat; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı (2020-06-01)
In the implementation of construction projects, efficient resource planning plays a prominent role in developing cost-efficient solutions. Therefore, the decision makers should level the project resources with respect to...
A reference model for BIM capability assessments
Yilmaz, Gokcen; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; DEMİRÖRS, ONUR (2019-05-01)
Various BIM capability and maturity models have been developed to assist architecture, engineering, construction and facilities management (AEC/FM) organizations in measuring the performance of their BIM utilizations. Due ...
Adapting SPICE for Development of a Reference Model for Building Information Modeling-BIM-CAREM
Yılmaz, Gökçen ; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; Demirös, Onur (2018-10-09)
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is highly adopted by Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Facilities Management (AEC/FM) companies around the world due to its benefits such as improving collaboration of stakeho...
Detecting falls-from-height with wearable sensors and reducing consequences of occupational fall accidents leveraging IoT
DOGAN, ONUR; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı (2018-10-04)
Labor intensive and hazardous nature of the construction activities plays an important role on the increase of the amount of accidents and fatalities on sites. One of the most important sources of fatalities occurring on c...
An Assessment of BIM-CAREM Against the Selected BIM Capability Assessment Models
YILMAZ, GÖKÇEN; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; DEMİRÖRS, ONUR (2018-10-04)
Although various BIM capability and maturity models have been developed to meet different BIM capability/maturity assessment purposes, there has not been a model which is broadly used and commonly accepeted in the literatu...
A Method for Facilitating 4D Modeling by Automating Task Information Generation and Mapping
Altun, Murat; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı (2018-10-04)
4D modeling integrates 3D model with project time schedule to provide virtual simulation for identifying spatio-temporal problems earlier in construction projects. However, constructing a 4D model takes a significant amoun...
Investigation of Terrestrial Laser Scanning Reflectance Intensity and RGB Distributions to Assist Construction Material Identification
Hassan, Muhammad Usman; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; Akgül, Çağla (2017-07-07)
t: Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) allows collection of dense 3D point cloud data that captures a structure's as-is conditions. The geometric information from the collected data could be used to generate a 3D-model of the...
Analysis of Three Indoor Localization Technologies for Supporting Operations and Maintenance Field Tasks
Taneja, Saurabh; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; Akinci, Burcu; Garrett, James H.; Soibelman, Lucio; East, E. William (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2012-11-01)
Locating building components that need to be worked on during maintenance tasks is critical for timely repair of the component and mitigation of the damage. The process of locating a component or a person in a facility is ...
Analysis of modeling effort and impact of different levels of detail in building information models
Leite, Fernanda; Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; Akinci, Burcu; Atasoy Özcan, Güzide; Kiziltas, Semiha (2011-08-01)
The main objectives of this paper are to evaluate the modeling effort associated with generating building information modeling (BIM) at different levels of detail (LoD) and the impact of LoD in a project in supporting mech...
Motivation for Computational Support for Updating Building Information Models BIMs
Akçamete Güngör, Aslı; Akıncı, Burcu; Garrett, James H (2009-06-24)
Facilities are dynamic in nature and as-built conditions of a facility frequently change during construction and operations. Correspondingly, building information models (BIMs) representing the facilities need to be update...