A collaborative paper presented at BuildSys 2021.
Collaboration with our two sister labs, presented at CISBAT 2021.
Transportation Research Part C publishes our novel work on the application of computer vision in gauging cycling appeal in cities
Our research is in the news again. Our method ranks Singapore highly amongst 17 cities for solar roof utilisation
A leading journal -- Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, publishes our pioneering work on the application of computer vision in studying the urban form
Landscape and Urban Planning, a top journal in the field, publishes our comprehensive exploration on this growing urban data source
UAL's research on sustainable rooftops was published by Landscape and Urban Planning
UAL’s AWS-supported urban toolkits and databases were featured on Amazon’s Public Service blog
The tool allows for the maximisation of crop yields within buildings
A special issue we organised in Transactions in GIS
A software paper published in the Journal of Open Source Software.
A novel application of 3D geoinformation, published in Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
The GeoBIM benchmark is concluded with two papers published back-to-back in Transactions in GIS
Development of an application domain extension published in Automation in Construction
FIG Working Week 2020. A Proposal for a Level of Implementation Framework
A new collaborative paper in which we have been involved has been published
This article investigates the current status of generating 3D building models across 11 countries in Southeast Asia from publicly available data, primarily volunteered geoinformation (OpenStreetMap)
There is an increasing activity in developing workflows and implementations to convert BIM data into CityGML. However, there are still not many platforms that are suitable to view and interact with the detailed information stored as a result of such conversions, especially if an Application Domain Extension (ADE) is involved to support additional information
This year's OpenStreetMap conference moved online retaining its full spirit
New journal paper published in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
We attended the Geospatial KL 2019 International Conference, which features the following three major conferences in one place:
6th International Conference Geomatics & Geospatial Technology 4th International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities 8th FIG Workshop on the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM).
We are very pleased to have had this year’s 3D GeoInfo hosted in Singapore. The 14th edition of the conference, co-organised by the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Land Authority, was part of a broader event named 3D Singapore, which comprised also three pre-conference workshops: 2nd BIM/GIS Integration Workshop, Point Clouds Training, and Big Data and Urban Analytics Workshop.
An investigation into the implementation state of open standards in software is currently ongoing through the ISPRS/EuroSDR ‘GeoBIM benchmark 2019’ initiative
A significant number of studies has been carried out to establish 3D cadastre solutions to improve the registration of multi-level property
Much work has been done on quality of geoinformation and interoperability between BIM and GIS. However, the intersection of the two - quality control of the conversion between BIM and GIS - remains uncharted
The paper deals with inferring the type of roof from LOD1 models, potentially contributing to a broader context of a workflow of generating LoD2 models bypassing traditional approaches
The ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019 was held in Enschede, the Netherlands. As part of the ISPRS WG IV/10 (Advanced Geospatial Applications for Smart Cities and Regions), we have been involved in the organisation of the ISPRS Workshop on Advanced Geospatial Applications for Smart Cities and Regions (SmartGeoApps 2019).