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UrbIS-Adm 3D

Since the end of 2012, the BRIC has offered a three-dimensional representation of all the buildings present within the Brussels Region, and of around 200 works of art.

Since the end of 2012, the BRIC has offered a three-dimensional representation of all the buildings present within the Brussels Region, and of around 200 works of art.

The 3D buildings and works of art are modelled individually with a level of detail equivalent to LoD 2 (Level of Detail 2), as defined in the CityGML (City Geography Markup Language – Version 1).http://www.citygml.org/

In concrete terms, this means that a building in 3D is represented in the form of a volume with a simplified roof structure.

A 3D building modelled in UrbIS-Adm 3D can be broken down into several layers:

  • A first layer contains elements of the type 'footprint'
  • A second layer contains elements of the type 'wall'
  • Another layer contains elements of the type 'roof'
  • And finally, a fourth layer brings together all the above elements to create a complete volume

These models can be downloaded in standard formats (shp, gml, citygml, dgn, dwg) from the UrbIS-Download platform.