Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B1, 1099-1103, 2016
06 Jun 2016
P. Anca1, A. Calugaru1,2, I. Alixandroae2, and R. Nazarie1 1Esri, Bucharest, Romania
2Faculty of Land Reclamation and Environmental Engineering
Keywords: UAV,geodesign, 3Dmodelling, accuracy Abstract. This paper presents a workflow for the development of various Geodesign scenarios. The subject is important in the context of identifying patterns and designing solutions for a Smart City with optimized public transportation, efficient buildings, efficient utilities, recreational facilities a.s.o.. The workflow describes the procedures starting with acquiring data in the field, data processing, orthophoto generation, DTM generation, integration into a GIS platform and analyzing for a better support for Geodesign. Esri’s City Engine is used mostly for 3D modeling capabilities that enable the user to obtain 3D realistic models. The workflow uses as inputs information extracted from images acquired using UAVs technologies, namely eBee, existing 2D GIS geodatabases, and a set of CGA rules. The method that we used further, is called procedural modeling, and uses rules in order to extrude buildings, the street network, parcel zoning and side details, based on the initial attributes from the geodatabase. The resulted products are various scenarios for redesigning, for analyzing new exploitation sites. Finally, these scenarios can be published as interactive web scenes for internal, groups or pubic consultation. In this way, problems like the impact of new constructions being build, re-arranging green spaces or changing routes for public transportation, etc. are revealed through impact and visibility analysis or shadowing analysis and are brought to the citizen’s attention. This leads to better decisions.
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Citation: Anca, P., Calugaru, A., Alixandroae, I., and Nazarie, R.: A WORKFLOW FOR UAV’s INTEGRATION INTO A GEODESIGN PLATFORM, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B1, 1099-1103, doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-XLI-B1-1099-2016, 2016.

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