|5||Y. Feng, C. Brenner, and M. Sester||Enhancing the Resolution of Urban Digital Terrain Models Using Mobile Mapping Systems|
|7||J. Ingensand, M. Nappez, T. Produit, and T. Chassin||Automated Reconstruction of 3D Buildings in Historic City Centers From LIDAR Data and 2D Building Footprints|
|8||J. Chen, O. E. Mora, and K. C. Clarke||Assessing the Accuracy and Precision of Imperfect Point Clouds for 3D Indoor Mapping and Modeling|
|10||I. Pispidikis and E. Dimopoulou||CityGML Restful Web Service: Automatic Retrieval of CityGML Data Based on Their Semantics. Principles, Guidelines and Bldg Conceptual Design.|
|12||S. Verykokou and C. Ioannidis||A Photogrammetry-Based Structure From Motion Algorithm Using Robust Iterative Bundle Adjustment Techniques|
|15||S. Vitalis, K. Arroyo Ohori, and J. Stoter||A Framework For The Representation Of Two Versions Of A 3D City Model In 4D Space|
|16||J. Samuel, S. Servigne, and G. Gesquière||UrbanCo2Fab: Comprehension of Concurrent Viewpoints of Urban Fabric Based on GIT|
|18||A. Konde, H. Tauscher, F. Biljecki, and J. Crawford||Floor Plans in CityGML|
|19||M.-O. Löwner and Y. Ghassoun||The Influence of Levels of Detail (LOD0-2) and Buffer Sizes on Parameter Effectiveness for Fine Dust Distribution Modelling|
|23||K. Wong and C. Ellul||User Requirements Gathering for a National 3D Mapping Product in the United Kingdom|
|27||I. Lochhead and N. Hedley||Communicating Multilevel Evacuation Context Using Situated Augmented Reality|
|28||I. Pispidikis, E. Tsiliakou, D. Kitsakis, K. Athanasiou, E. Kalogianni, T. Labropoulos, and E. Dimopoulou||Combining Methodological Tools for the Optimum 3D Modelling of NTUA Campus|
|2||A. Jamali and F. A. Castro||Topological 3D Elevation Data Interpolation Of ASTER GDEM Based On Continuous Deformation|
|6||J. Li, B. Xiong, F. Biljecki, and G. Schrotter||A Sliding Window Method for Detecting Corners of Openings From Terrestrial LiDAR Data|
|9||B. Wang, G. Z. Dane, and B. de Vries||Increasing Awareness for Urban Cultural Heritage Based on 3D Narrative System|
|14||M. A. Swiderska and C. Ellul||How Can 3D GIS Be Used to Better Store, Integrate and Communicate Results of Environmental Impact Assessments?|
|17||G. S. Floros, C. Ellul, and E. Dimopoulou||Investigating Interoperability Capabilities Between IFC And CityGML LOD 4 - Retaining Semantic Information|
|21||M. Gkeli and C. Ioannidis||Automatic 3D Reconstruction Of Buildings Roof Tops In Densely Urbanized Areas|
|24||E. Aroni and C. Ioannidis||Automated Building Detection in Dense Point Cloud and Update of Open Source Data Bases|
|31||I. Hijazi, V. Ebert, A. Donaubauer, and T. H. Kolbe||Combining Urban Metabolism Methods And Semantic 3D City Models|
|32||L. Gobeawan, E. S. Lin, A. Tandon, A. T. K. Yee, V. H. S. Khoo, S. N. Teo, S. Yi, C. W. Lim, S. T. Wong, D. J. Wise, P. Cheng, S. C. Liew, X. Huang, Q. H. Li, L. S. Teo, G. S. Fekete, and M. T. Poto||Modeling Trees For Virtual Singapore: From Data Acquisition To CityGML Models|
|33||R. Piepereit, M. Deininger, M. Kada, M. Pries, and U. Voß||A Sweep-Plane Algorithm for the Simplification of 3D Building Models in the Application Scenario of Wind Simulations|
|34||O. Gal and Y. Doytsher||Visible Routes In 3D Dense City Using Reinforcement Learning|
|36||J. Pouliot, S. Larrivée, C. Ellul, and A. Boudhaim||Exploring Schema Matching To Compare Geospatial Standards: Application To Underground Utility Networks|
|38||R. Sulzer, P. Nourian, M. Palmieri, and J. C. van Gemert||Shape Based Classification of Seismic Building Structural Types|
|40||Y. H. Zhang, J. Zhu, Q. Zhu, W. L. Li, J. X. Zhang, M. W. Liu, Y. Li, and B. Feng||Optimized Organization and Adaptive Visualization of Complicated Mountain Disaster 3D Scenes for Diverse Terminals|
|41||A. Labetski, S. van Gerwen, G. Tamminga, H. Ledoux, and J. Stoter||A Proposal For An Improved Transportation Model In CityGML|
|45||B. Willenborg, M. Pültz, and T. H. Kolbe||Integration of Semantic 3D City Models and 3D Mesh Models for Accuracy Improvements of Solar Potential Analyses|
|46||H. Eriksson, L. Harrie, and J. M. Paasch||What Is The Need For Building Parts? - A Comparison Of CityGML, INSPIRE Building And A Swedish Building Standard|
|48||K. Kumar, H. Ledoux, and J. Stoter||Dynamic 3D Visualization of Floods: Case of the Netherlands|
|51||A. Petrovsky, M. Doole, J. Ellerbroek, J. M. Hoekstra, and F. Tomasello||Challenges With Obstacle Data for Manned and Unmanned Aviation|
|54||T. Aditya, D. Laksono, H. Sutanta, N. Izzahudin, and F. Susanta||A Usability Evaluation of a 3D Map Display for Pedestrian Navigation|
|57||N. Suryana, M. S. Rohman, and F. S. Utomo||Prediction Based Workload Performance Evaluation for Disaster Management Spatial Database|
|58||S. C. Liew, X. Huang, E. S. Lin, C. Shi, A. T. K. Yee, and A. Tandon||Integration Of Tree Database Derived From Satellite Imagery And LiDAR Point Cloud Data|
|59||D. Navas-Carrillo, B. Del Espino Hidalgo, F. J. Navarro-de Pablos, and M. T. Pérez Cano||The Urban Heritage Characterization Using 3D Geographic Information Systems. The System of Medium-Sized Cities in Andalusia.|
|60||J. Wolf, S. Discher, L. Masopust, S. Schulz, R. Richter, and J. Döllner||Combined Visual Exploration of 2D Ground Radar and 3D Point Cloud Data for Road Environments|
|64||R. van Son, S. W. Jaw, J. Yan, V. Khoo, R. Loo, S. Teo, and G. Schrotter||A Framework For Reliable Three-dimensional Underground Utility Mapping For Urban Planning|
|65||U. Ujang, S. Azri, M. Zahir, A. Abdul Rahman, and T. L. Choon||Urban Heat Island Micro-mapping Via 3D City Model|
|66||E. Muñumer Herrero, C. Ellul, and J. Morley||Testing the Impact of 2D Generalisation on 3D City Models – Exploring Analysis Options With an Off-The-Shelf Software Package|
|69||C. Ellul, J. Stoter, L. Harrie, M. Shariat, A. Behan, and M. Pla||Investigating the State of Play of GeoBIM Across Europe|
|72||E. Özdemir and F. Remondino||Segmentation of 3D Photogrammetric Point Cloud for 3D Building Modeling|
|73||C. Métral and G. Falquet||Extension And Contextualisation For Linked Semantic 3D Geodata|
|74||H. Kiavarz, M. Jadidi, A. Rajabifard, and G. Sohn||BIM-GIS Oriented Intelligent Knowledge Discovery|
|76||S. Salleh, U. Ujang, S. Azri, and T. L. Choon||Cell Complexes Topological Links for Buildings in CityGML|
|78||A. Scianna and M. La Guardia||Globe Based 3D GIS Solutions For Virtual Heritage|
|37||Chen Shechter, Yarin Puor and Sagi Dalyot||An Augmented Viewshed Analysis Of Complex 3-dimensional Environments|
|44||Weixiao Gao, Malgorzata Jarzabek-Rychard, Hugo Ledoux, Thijs van Lankveld, Jantien Stoter and Martin Kada||Contextual Classification Of 3D Textured Meshes For Urban Scene Interpretation|
|49||Ruba Jaljolie, Yerach Doytsher, Kirsikka Riekkinen and Sagi Dalyot||An Applicative Approach For Spatial Relationships Determination Of 3D Volumetric Parcels In 3D Cadastral Systems|
|52||Katerina Mekhlis||New Approaches To Data Visualisation, Automated Object Recognition And Urban Management Based On Laser Scanning And Photo Panoramas|
|53||Stylianos Providakis, Christopher Rogers and David Chapman||Tunnelling-induced Ground Settlement Risk Assessment Based On The Integration Of BIM With 3D Geospatial Modelling Tools|
|61||Sven Briels||Asbestos Roof Detection In RGB Aerial Imagery|
|68||Eri Kawanago, Koutarou Ishizaki, Nobuaki Nagai and Yuji Yoshimura||3D City Models And Pedstrian Flow Data Analysis System For Shopping Street Revitalization|
|71||Ziya Usta, Muhammet Emre Yıldırım and Çetin Cömert||A 3D Tiling Scheme For Web Based Management Of 3D Spatial Data Using Only Open Source Components And Open Formats|
|80||Lars Harrie, Helen Eriksson, Thomas Lithén, Perola Olsson, Jing Sun, Örjan Falk and Väino Tarandi||Testbed For Supporting Lifecycle 3D Geodata And BIM-data|
|81||Panagiotis Karydakis||Visualisation Of BIM Through Hololens|
|82||Gabriele Murchio||Integration of Satellite, Airborne and In-Situ techniques in Heracles Project|
|83||Tom van Tilburg||Creating A Simplified Large Scale 3D Model In PostGIS For Noise-calculations, Based On Lidar And Cadastral Data|
|84||Chris Lucas||Extracting Building Footprints From Airborne Lidar Data|
|85||Vincent van Altena, Tom Commandeur and Marc Post||Development And Applications Of A Nationwide Object Oriented 3D Data Set|
We are pleased to invite you to the 3D GeoInfo Conference 2018 hosted in Delft, the Netherlands! Aiming to bring together international researchers from academia, industry and government in the field of 3D geoinformation, the conference offers an interdisciplinary forum to researchers in the fields of data collection, advanced modelling approaches, data analysis and visualisation.
The conference will focus on developments and applications in advanced 3D data and technologies, as well as provide a platform for these topics to be discussed and for research ideas to be exchanged. There will also be opportunities to promote international collaboration in geoinformation, 3D data analysis and visualisation. The conference will taking place on October 1-2, 2018, and is part of the joint event Geo Delft 2018 on October 1-5.
Contributions addressing the following topics are welcome:
In addition, we will be hosting a EuroSDR track, which will include papers and presentations that are of particular interest to National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies.
The accepted papers will be published in the ISPRS Annals or the ISPRS Archives, which are both indexed by SCOPUS. Authors of selected papers might be also be invited to extend their paper for possible publication in ISPRS Journals.
Prospective contributors are encouraged to consider the following three possibilities for submission:
Full papers will be published in the ISPRS Annals or ISPRS Archives after being accepted in a double-blind review. The submitted papers should report new or improved techniques, algorithms, benchmarks, technology developments, frameworks, and best practices, which are not published elsewhere. Papers will be evaluated on their originality, novelty, and impact. Full papers not accepted for ISPRS Annals might be considered for the ISPRS Archives.
Abstracts will be published in the ISPRS Archives after being accepted in a double-blind review and extended into papers. The abstracts on their own will not be published. The submitted abstracts can be new or improved techniques, algorithms, benchmarks, technology developments, frameworks, and best practices, which are not published elsewhere (like the full papers), but they can also be professional/demo papers demonstrating innovative systems and practical approaches, or research in progress.
Stand-alone presentations can be accepted based on a submitted abstract that explains the content of the presentation. These abstracts will not be published by ISPRS, but will be available in the conference website.
The extended abstracts and full papers should be submitted according to the ISPRS guidelines and template (anonymised and limited to 8 pages). The abstracts before being extended and the stand-alone presentations can be submitted either already in the ISPRS template or by putting the abstract in the relevant field and not uploading any file.
Submissions should be sent through Easychair. In your submission form, please indicate if you would like to present your work at the EuroSDR track (which will have the same review/selection process as the other submissions).