visualization of Underground Floor of BEC. See also Figure 5 for the 3D visualization of apartment unit at BEC from different view.
2D and 3D visualization of Underground Floor of BEC
5. CONCLUSION AND REMARKS
Having accomplished this study, it is concluded that:
Hybrid Cadastre Method with an alternative of registration of 3D physical object is suited the need for establishing 3D cadastre system in Indonesia;
The employment of height information that is georeferred to specific coordinate system could be useful for determining the location of the property, which could support the analysis on the social purposes of the property, such as the height of the property among the surrounding parcels;
3D object could be visualized either in 2D or 3D, as well as from different view angle;
3D cadastre modeling allows a solid modeling with no intersection within each design (see Figure 2 for details).
Additionally, due to restrictions applied in this study, further studies on the development of 3D cadastre database should be initiated.
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