Agenda of the Workshop

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The Minutes of the Workshop are now available [Minutes].


THURSDAY, 20 June 2013

Topics

  • Improved Support for Simulations and other Applications, e.g.
    • Coupling of CityGML with different types of simulations; time varying feature properties (spatial and thematic, e.g. energy demand or production potential for a building along the course of the day / week / year)
    • Qualified attributes (metadata at individual attribute level like lineage, accuracy, unit of measure, date of acquisition etc.)
  • LOD Concept of CityGML, e.g.
    • semantic and geometric LODs
    • definition of separate indoor LODs; floorplans
    • more / less / continuous LOD levels

(A more detailed explanation of the topics can be found here: Workshop Topics)

Agenda

Time Topic Presenters
10:00-10:20 Welcome address from the organizers
  • Thomas H. Kolbe (Chair of Geoinformatics, TU München) [Presentation]
  • Steve Smyth or Carsten Roensdorf (Chair of OGC CityGML SWG)
  • Gerhard Groeger (Chair of Modelling Group of SIG 3D)
10:20-12:30 Improved Support for Simulations and other Applications
  • Thomas H. Kolbe (TU München): Using CityGML as a platform for cascading simulations [Presentation]
  • Heino Rudolf, Volker Kraut (M.O.S.S.): CityGML for Environmental Monitoring [Presentation]
  • Hardy Stapelfeldt (Stapelfeldt GmbH): Usage of CityGML for Environmental Noise Propagation Simulation - Experiences and Issues [Presentation]
  • Claus Nagel (virtualcitySYSTEMS): CityGML and Finite Element Method (FEM) based simulations - Requirements and Challenges [Presentation]
  • Michael Schönstein (Bentley): CityGML based 3D modeling with Bentley MicroStation & Map V8i [Presentation]
12:30-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-15:00 LOD Concept of CityGML
  • Joachim Benner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology): SIG3D Proposal for an enhanced CityGML LOD Concept [Presentation]
  • Filip Biljecki, John Zhao, Jantien Stoter, Hugo Ledoux (TU Delft): Towards an integrated definition of the concept of LoDs in 3D city modelling [Abstract] [Presentation]
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-17:00 LOD Concept of CityGML
  • Claus Nagel (virtualcitySYSTEMS): Integrating LODs from different data sources - A practical view on the CityGML LOD concept [Presentation]
  • Tatjana Kutzner (TU München): Thoughts about the CityGML LOD concept and its modification [Presentation]
18:00-22:00 Social Event in a Munich beer garden or cellar. The directions: [Augustinerkeller]


FRIDAY, 21 June 2013

Topics

  • Extension of CityGML by new Objects, e.g.
    • Support for other types of constructions like walls, fences etc.
    • Utility networks (e.g. UtilityNetworkADE)
  • Stronger Harmonisation with 2D Cadastre and Models, e.g.
    • Admissibility of 2D geometries, definition of LOD0

(A more detailed explanation of the topics can be found here: Workshop Topics)

Agenda

Time Topic Presenters
09:00-10:30 Extension of CityGML by new Objects
  • Thomas Becker (TU Berlin): Extending CityGML for Utility Networks [Presentation]
  • Joachim Benner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology): Proposals of SIG3D and KIT for new features in the Building module [Presentation]
  • Ki-Joune Li (Pusan National University): Linking IndoorGML with CityGML [Presentation]
  • Linda van den Brink (Geonovum), Marie-Lise Vautier (IGN): Extending CityGML for other constructions [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Dorota Iwaszczuk, Ludwig Hoegner, Silvia Beer, Susanne Casper, Uwe Stilla (TU München): Potential to store façade information in CityGML [Presentation]
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Extension of CityGML by new Objects
  • Gerhard Gröger (Universität Bonn): Harmonization between CityGML and INSPIRE Buildings [Presentation]
  • Carl Steven Smyth (Open Site Plan): Separate the Conceptual Model from the CityGML Encoding [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Linda van den Brink (Geonovum): UML-Based Approach to model Application Domain Extensions of CityGML [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Detlev Wagner (Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart): Reorganization of Conformance Requirements [Abstract] [Presentation]
12:30-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-15:00 Stronger Harmonisation with 2D Cadastre and Models
  • Carsten Roensdorf (Ordnance Survey): Integration of 3D cadaster, addressing and topography [Presentation]
  • Jantien Stoter (TU Delft): The national CityGML standard in The Netherlands: explanation, experiences and requests for stronger harmonisation with 2D models [Abstract] [Presentation]
  • Carl Steven Smyth (Open Site Plan): Add Support for Parameterized Implicit Geometries [Abstract] [Presentation]
For members of OGC CityGML SWG only:
15:30-17:00
        (17:30)
OGC CityGML SWG Meeting