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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

The Netherlands is the first country to have made CityGML a national standard.

http://www.directionsmag.com/articles/building-the-open-3d-information-infrastructure-for-a-flat-land-ogc/276211

http://www.geonovum.nl/sites/default/files/3d_pilot_artikel_engels_2.pdf

http://www.geonovum.nl/sites/default/files/3D/3DimplementationNLMaart2012.pdf

http://www.geonovum.nl/sites/default/files/3d_pilot_nl_3dgeoinfosymposium_wuhan.pdf

http://www.directionsmag.com/webinars/view/ogc-placeholder/216618


…In this article, authors Jantien Stoter, Joris Goos and Athina Trakas describe CityGML and take a look at how National Spatial Data Infrastructure stakeholders in The Netherlands worked together to establish a national 3D standard that aligns to both the existing national 2D standards and the international OGC standard for 3D geoinformation, CityGML.

Adding a third dimension to the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) makes a lot of sense in a heavily populated country where two-thirds of the land is vulnerable to flooding. The OGC City Geography Markup Language (CityGML) Encoding Standard is already in use in spatial data infrastructure programs in Germany, France, Malaysia, Abu Dhabi and other countries, where it provides an important platform for the transition from 2D to 3D data. The Netherlands, however, is the first country to have made CityGML a national standard.

In this article we describe CityGML and look at how NSDI stakeholders in The Netherlands worked together to establish a national 3D standard that aligns to both the existing national 2D standards and the international OGC standard for 3D geoinformation, CityGML.…

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