Working with Open BIM Standards to Source Legal Spaces for a 3D Cadastre

Jennifer Oldfield, Peter van Oosterom, Jakob Beetz, Thomas Krijnen

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    Abstract

    Much work has already been done on how a 3D Cadastre should best be developed. An inclusive information model, the Land Administration Model (LADM ISO 19152) has been developed to provide an international framework for how this can best be done. This conceptual model does not prescribe the technical data format. One existing source from which data could be obtained is 3D Building Information Models (BIMs), or, more specifically in this context, BIMs in the form of one of buildingSMART’s open standards: the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC). The research followed a standard BIM methodology of first defining the requirements through the use of the Information Delivery Manual (IDM ISO29481) and then translating the process described in the IDM into technical requirements using a Model View Definition (MVD), a practice to coordinate upfront the multidisciplinary stakeholders of a construction project. The proposed process model illustrated how the time it takes to register 3D spatial units in a Land Registry could substantially be reduced compared to the first 3D registration in the Netherlands. The modelling of an MVD or a subset of the IFC data model helped enable the creation and exchange of boundary representations of topological objects capable of being combined into a 3D legal space overview map
    Original languageEnglish
    Article number351
    Number of pages19
    JournalISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
    Volume6
    Issue number11
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

    Keywords

    • BIM
    • IDM
    • workflow
    • MVD
    • Environs Act
    • land registry map
    • superficies
    • complex multi-use rights

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