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Development of a 3D underground cadastral system with indoor mapping for as-built BIM : The case study of Gangnam Subway Station in Korea

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  • Development of a 3D underground cadastral system with indoor mapping for as-built BIM
  • Kim, Sangmin; Kim, Jeonghyun; Jung, Jaehoon; Heo, Joon
  • Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute


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Title Development of a 3D underground cadastral system with indoor mapping for as-built BIM
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The case study of Gangnam Subway Station in Korea

Material Type Articles
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Kim, Sangmin; Kim, Jeonghyun; Jung, Jaehoon; Heo, Joon

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[Basel, Switzerland]:Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

Date 2015-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Sensors:vol. 15(no. 12)
Pages 24
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Territorial Development < National Land Development
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Abstract

The cadastral system provides land ownership information by registering and representing land boundaries on a map. The current cadastral system in Korea, however, focuses mainly on the management of 2D land-surface boundaries. It is not yet possible to provide efficient or reliable land administration, as this 2D system cannot support or manage land information on 3D properties (including architectures and civil infrastructures) for both above-ground and underground facilities. A geometrical model of the 3D parcel, therefore, is required for registration of 3D properties. This paper, considering the role of the cadastral system, proposes a framework for a 3D underground cadastral system that can register various types of 3D underground properties using indoor mapping for as-built Building Information Modeling (BIM). The implementation consists of four phases: (1) geometric modeling of a real underground infrastructure using terrestrial laser scanning data; (The rest omitted)