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Towards a National 3D Spatial Data Infrastructure: Case of The Netherlands Auf dem Weg zu einer 3D-Geodateninfrastruktur: Der Niederländische Ansatz

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This paper presents a research project in The Netherlands in which a large number of stakeholders collaborated on a 3D test bed, use cases and a test area to push ahead 3D developments and applications in The Netherlands. The pilot has realised a proof of concept for a 3D Spatial Data Infrastructure that addresses issues ranging from 3D data acquisition, definition of a 3D standard, maintenance of 3D data and use of the 3D data in specific applications. An important result is the 3D standard NL, compatible with international (i.e. CityGML) and national standards on 2D and 3D geo-information. The major contribution of this research is that the main building blocks of a 3D SDI (needs, data, test bed and standards) are studied in coherence to ultimately realise a shared approach to 3D for a whole country.

Dieser Artikel stellt ein Forschungsprojekt aus den Niederlanden vor, bei dem sich eine große Zahl von interessierten Gruppen zusammengefunden hat, um über ein 3D-Testbed, viele Anwendungsfälle und ein gemeinsames Testgebiet die Untersuchungen zu 3D-Geodaten und den darauf auf bauenden Anwendungen voranzutreiben. Das Projekt hat die Machbarkeit einer 3D-Geodateninfrastruktur nachgewiesen und dabei die 3D-Datenerfassung, die De nition von 3D-Normen und Standards, Fortführung von 3D-Daten und Nutzung von 3D-Daten in unterschiedlichen Anwendungen untersucht. Ein wichtiges Ergebnis war die 3DNorm-NL, die auf internationalen, d. h. konkret CityGML, und nationalen Normen und Standards für die 2D- und 3D-Geoinformation auf baut. Der überragende Beitrag des Forschungsprojekts ist aber die gleichzeitige Analyse der wichtigsten Bausteine einer 3D Geodateninfrastruktur, nämlich Anforderungen, Datengrundlage, Testbed sowie Normen und Standards, um auf dieser Grundlage später die 3D-Geodaten für einen ganzen Staat aufzubauen.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-12-01

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  • Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation (PFG) is an international scholarly journal covering the progress and application of photogrammetric methods, remote sensing technology and the intricately connected field of geoinformation processing.

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    PFG is the official journal of the German Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
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