3d Property Ownership Map Base For Smart Urban Land Administration
Grant number: LP160100292 | Funding period: 2016 - 2020
This project aims to support smart urban land administration by upgrading a two-dimensional (2D) property ownership map base to a three-dimensional (3D) map base, using 3D digital data from regulatory subdivision processes. The map base coherently represents all land-based parcels, and provides valuable intelligence used to make land and property decisions. The 2D map base omits above and underground properties and infrastructure common in urban settings, forcing stakeholders to rely on fragmented data streams. The 3D map base will provide a connected, digital source of intelligence about urban property objects. This is expected to reduce social and economic risks and enable more intelligent..View full description
Related publications (7)
The Feasibility of a BIM-Driven Approach to Support Building Subdivision Workflows-Case Study of Victoria, Australia
Hamed Olfat, Behnam Atazadeh, Davood Shojaei, Abbas Rajabifard
<jats:p>Cities are facing dramatic challenges due to population growth and the massive development of high-rises and complex struc..
Utilizing a Building Information Modelling Environment to Communicate the Legal Ownership of Internet of Things-Generated Data in Multi-Owned Buildings
B Atazadeh, H Olfat, B Rismanchi, D Shojaei, A Rajabifard
In multi-owned buildings, a community of residents live in their private properties while they use and share communal spaces and f..
Assessing performance of three BIM-based views of buildings for communication and management of vertically stratified legal interests
B Atazadeh, A Rajabifard, M Kalantari
Multistorey buildings typically include stratified legal interests which provide entitlements to a community of owners to lawfully..