Design and development of a web-based 3D cadastral visualisation prototype
D Shojaei, A Rajabifard, M Kalantari, ID Bishop, A Aien
International Journal of Digital Earth | Taylor & Francis | Published : 2015
Three-dimensional (3D) developments of land, such as complex high-rises, put enormous pressure on current land administration systems that have ad hoc approaches to 3D property management. These approaches are unable to support effective 3D storage, analysis and visualisation of property information. Effective visualisation is one of the essential components in realisation of a truly 3D cadastre. Currently, several 3D visualisation applications and cadastral prototypes have been developed around the world. However, they do not effectively represent ownership information in 3D because they have not been developed based on 3D cadastral visualisation requirements. After candidate 3D visualisati..View full abstract
This research project is an ARC Linkage Project (Land and Property Information in 3D) funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) in collaboration with the Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration, the University of Melbourne, Land Victoria (VIC), Land and Property Management Authority (NSW), Australian Research Council (ARC), Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping (ICSM), AAM Group, Alexander Symonds Pty Ltd, Fender Katsalidis Architects, PSMA Australia and Strata Community Australia. The authors acknowledge the support of project partners and City of Melbourne in preparation of this paper and the associated research. However, the views expressed in this paper are authors' and do not essentially reflect any of these parties' points of view.