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by Dan Campbell, Manager Graphics, City of Vancouver

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    City of Vancouver CAD - GIS - 3D Integration A Dimension Too Far? City of Vancouver CAD - GIS - 3D Integration A Dimension Too Far? Presentation Transcript

    • City of Vancouver GIS - CAD - 3-D Integration A Dimension Too Far?
    • Our City Model
    • Current Status 114 sq. kilometres
    • 3-D Modelling History
    • What– Vancouver examples
    • How – Construction Techniques
    • 3-D Model - Objectives  Analysis  Visualization  Communication  Can one model meet all these needs?
    • 3-D Model Production Pipeline Oracle Analysis & Products Spatial Orthophotos Autocad SketchUp (georeferenced) (construction) Architectural Firms Autocad (0,0,0) Pictometry SketchUp Google (production) Earth 3ds Max LandXplorer BIM Analysis & Products Analysis & Products
    • 3-D Model New Content SKP SketchUp Architectural AutoCAD AutoCAD DWG Firms (0, 0, 0) (geo-referenced) MAX 3DS MAX
    • FME Solution  Body Text – Bullets  Bullets – Bullets
    • CAD – GIS – 3D implications  Limited standards for 3-D modelling  No established digital submission process  Visualization versus analysis – Data model implications – Geometry implications – Level of detail
    • CAD - Level of Detail
    • Issues - Administration  Access to the model  Resources  Currency  3-D silos  Multiple versions
    • Future Directions – Single authoritative source for data (Oracle Spatial?) – Intelligent 3D objects – Scalability – Digital plan submission – BIM adoption – Full public access to City data – LandXplorer integration – Infrastructure data
    • Digital Cities Research Partnership  Vancouver, Canada  Incheon, Korea  Salzburg, Austria
    • Our Model Animated