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Future City Pilot, Phase 2

As cities rely more and more on 3D geo-information in their processes and apply BIM paradigms for their information management approach, it will important that information flows in both directions between the geospatial systems (GIS) and the constructions systems (BIM). This requires data to be interoperable which in turn is dependent on using common and ideally open standards and specifications.

Systemic Standardisation Approach to Empower Smart Cities and Communities

Over the next decade, the way we live, work and use energy, transportation and other city resources and services will change significantly thanks to a range of innovative ‘Smart City’ solutions. A Smart City integrates physical, digital and human systems to deliver a sustainable, prosperous and inclusive future for its citizens. Many of these innovative solutions will be based on sophisticated information and communication technologies.

Environmental Linked Features Interoperability Experiment (ELFIE)

Summary

In recent years, environmental domain feature models have been established by a number of sub-domain groups. However, there is no best practice or standard methodology to encode documents containing links between and among domain features, such as a rivers, aquifers, or soils, and observational data about those features. A common approach to encoding such links is required to allow cross-domain and cross-system sharing and interoperability of such linked information.

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