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
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information | MDPI | Published : 2019
Cities are facing dramatic challenges due to population growth and the massive development of high-rises and complex structures, both above and below the ground surface. Decision-makers require access to an efficient land and property information system, which is digital, three-dimensional (3D), spatially accurate, and dynamic containing interests in land (rights, restrictions and responsibilities—RRRs) to manage the legal and physical complexities of urban environments. However, at present, building subdivision workflows only support the two-dimensional (2D) building subdivision plans in PDF or image formats. These workflows result in a number of issues, such as the plan preparation being c..View full abstract
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Awarded by Australian Research Council
This research was funded by the Australian Research Council, grant number LP160100292.