Category: Open Software
Smart Tools for Timber Drilling Assisted with Augmented Reality
New augmented reality platforms using robotic technologies can assist with wood fabrication tasks, which can be made openly accessible using simple sensors or displays with an augmented reality framework developed in Linux and C++.
Bringing Open Source to Building Information Modeling (BIM)
BlenderBIM and the open standard IFC.js are revolutionizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) by offering open-source tools and establishing IFC as the native working format for architects and engineers.
Breaking Interoperability Barriers In Architecture, Engineering And Construction Software
The TopSolid-Speckle Connector is an Open Source plugin for the CAD-CAM software TopSolid that prevents proprietary enclosure of data and allows better collaborative workflows between different disciplines working on architectural projects.
Phoenix3D: Reducing Environmental Impact Of New Structures
Phoenix3D is aimed for architects and structural engineers who are designing structures that are made from reused elements, as this can significantly reduce their environmental impact.
Modelling Snow Avalanches With AVAC 3.0
Avalanche-dynamics computational models are useful for predicting extreme avalanches and their threat to urbanized areas or civil-engineering structures like ski lifts, railway or reservoirs.
Cleaning Arctic Aerosol Datasets From Pollution
The Pollution Detection Algorithm was developed to identify local pollution emission from vessel stacks in aerosol and trace gas datasets in remote locations.
Solving Contact Mechanics Problems With Tamaas
Tamaas solves contact mechanics problems with periodic rough surfaces, plasticity, adhesion and friction using the boundary element method.
Models, software and code of Composite Fields for Human Pose Estimation
PyFrac Open Software
PyFrac is a python solver for 3D fluid-driven fractures propagation, released under GPLv3 license.
TrajNet++: Trajectory Forecasting Benchmark & Challenge
A machine learning challenge, with accompanying data and evaluation codes, open to the public on AIcrowd.com; all scripts are shared under MIT license.