Our staff members Ken Arroyo Ohori and Filip Biljecki attended the Joint International Geoinformation Conference 2015, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The conference was organised by the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, and it comprised several tracks, of which the most relevant to us is the 10th 3D Geoinfo conference 2015. 3D GeoInfo is the flagship conference of the 3D GIS community, and in 2007 it was organised in Delft. The output of the conference tracks is published in three proceedings:
Springer book Advances in 3D Geoinformation, part of the series Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography, which contains selected papers of the 3D GeoInfo track. The book is in press, and it will be published in the coming weeks.
Our group contributed with 2 papers:
Storing a 3D city model, its levels of detail and the correspondences between objects as a 4D combinatorial map.
Arroyo Ohori, K., Ledoux, H., & Stoter, J.
ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, II-2/W2, pp. 1-8.
Does a finer level of detail of a 3D city model bring an improvement for estimating shadows?
Biljecki, F., Ledoux, H., & Stoter, J.
Advances in 3D Geoinformation. In press.
Accepted draft in lieu of the authoritative version in press
We thank our colleagues at UTM for organising such a productive event. The next 3D GeoInfo will be held in Athens, Greece.