3 D GIS , where are we standing ?

  title={3 D GIS , where are we standing ?},
  author={Jantien E. Stoter and Siyka Zlatanova},
1. Introduction Since early '90 GIS has become a sophisticated system for maintaining and analysing spatial and thematic information on spatial objects. The need for 3D information is rapidly increasing. 2D GIS analysis has shown its limitations in some situations, e.g. noise prediction models (noise spreads out in three dimensions) (Kluijver and Stoter, 2003), water flood models, air pollution models, geological models (Van Wees, 2002), real estate market (CEUS, 2003; Stoter and Ploeger, 2003… CONTINUE READING
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