From 2D Cartographic to 3D Topographic Data – hosted by Landesamt für Vermessung und Geoinformation Bayern, Munich, Germany from 29th to 30th November 2010

This second workshop continues the momentum generated at a first workshop in Dublin in March 2010 and will be focussed along three lines:

  • 3D Landscape Models
  • 3D City Models
  • 3D Data Structures/3D Databases/3D Standards

With the evolution of technologies for three-dimensional data acquisition, data handling and data representation, the future for three-dimensional geodata has already begun.

Keynote Presentations

From Academia:

Prof. Alexander Zipf, University of Heidelberg: “From 2D to 3D Spatial Data Infrastructures – A Neutral Approach”
Prof. Dr. Norbert Pfeifer, Tech. Univ of Vienna: “State-of-the Art of Collecting 3D Rural Landscape Models”
Prof. Dr. Dieter Fritsch, University of Stuttgart: “Reviewing the Evolution of 2D to 3D Spatial Data Modeling”

From Industry:
Oracle Spatial: “The Potential of the Current Oracle Spatial Data Bases for 3D Topographic Data Integration”
Microsoft: „To be advised“
ESRI Germany: “3D Data Modelling at ESRI”
Google Research, Zurich: ”New Developments at Google for Spatial Data”

Social Event sponsored by ESRI Germany at Hofbrauhaus!

More details are available from the EuroSDR Secretariat.

About fjbehr

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Behr, Professor of Geoinformatics at Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences ( His specializations include * Internet, Internet GIS * XML, GML, SVG * Data exchange and Interoperability * Visualization * Open Source Solutions * Consulting Member of the DIN working group NA 005-03-03 AA "Arbeitsausschuss Kartographie und Geoinformation" (Sp CEN/TC 287+ISO/TC 211). He is the author of two authoritative books on GIS in German, one is "Strategisches GIS-Management", published by Wichmann Verlag (2004). The second is "Einführung in Geographische Informationssysteme" (1997).

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