Formation of a Hierarchical System of Urban Planning Control Automation of Architectural Work

Anastasia M. Repeva, Vladimir G. Firstov, Dmitry A. Gura and Larisa N. Kondratenko

Over the past decades, the development of automation technology and robotics has significantly increased the productivity potential in the construction industry. The level of safety and the quality of structures have increased, and the construction time is reduced. However, there are many unresolved problems in the automation of the urban planning process, starting from the design stage of a future architectural object. Due to the constant growth of demand for the introduction of innovative technologies and the growth of urbanization, there is a need to develop new technological solutions to optimize urban development processes. The aim of this work is to obtain an improved methodology for the automation of control systems for the design processes of various architectural models. It is decided to use the concept of object-oriented modeling, taking into account regulatory requirements and characteristics of architectural elements. Based on the hierarchical organization methodology, an algorithm for the automation of design processes is proposed, which optimizes such aspects as the selection of a template model, standardization details, choosing architectural forms and materials, and others. The proposed methodology has been tested when creating a house project for people with disabilities. According to the results of the study, it is shown that the use of automation of architectural modeling processes gives various design options from the initial design stage to the final stage, in which a variety of parts can be added that are consistent with established standards and individual needs. Given the great opportunities for automation of architectural design processes, the data obtained from applied architectural design can be integrated into a robotic system during construction.

Volume 12 | 03-Special Issue

Pages: 1520-1526

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP3/20201406