A 3d model for geo-information in the netherlands
de Haan, G.
van Berlo, L.
This paper presents the work in progress of a research project that aims at establishing a reference model for 3D geo-information in the Netherlands. The research project is initiated by four national organizations: 1) Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, 2) Kadaster, 3) Geonovum, and 4) the Netherlands Geodetic Commission. These four organizations responsible for geo-information in the Netherlands recognized the urgent need for a standardized approach and therefore initiated a 3D pilot. In the 3D pilot, a uniform approach for 3D geo-information modeling is explored in collaboration with a large number of stakeholders ultimately resulting in national agreements and a national standard, extending CityGML, for use of 3D geo-information. The final aim of the 3D pilot is to evoke a breakthrough in the use of 3D geo-information in the Netherlands. In the pilot providers and users of geo-information closely collaborate, which ensures that the providers are familiar with precise requirements of the users. This pilot aims also at an improved accessibility to 3D geo-information and the supporting technologies, which may push advances in 3D applications.
Building Engineering & Civil Engineering
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Buildings and Infrastructures
International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences - ISPRS Archives, 38, 1-5