Journal article

'Invisible' constraints on 3D innovation in land administration: A case study on the city of Melbourne

Serene Ho, Abbas Rajabifard, Mohsen Kalantari

LAND USE POLICY | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2015

Abstract

Excitement about the potential of 3D technologies to support production and management of complex building information has extended to the land administration sector. Structural characteristics of high-rise buildings are compounding complexity in the design and layout of private, public and communal ownership rights, restrictions and responsibilities, leaving a legacy of ongoing management issues for urban communities. Despite the premise of 3D innovations and significant technical progress, widespread adoption remains elusive. Attention is turning to understanding the social and cultural influences - the 'invisible' constraints, otherwise regarded as institutional aspects, to explain deeply..

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