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Smit, Mels (author)
Over the years, the pace at which data is generated keeps on increasing. As a consequence, the data itself no longer holds the highest value, but rather the information and context the data captures are. This principle also holds in the 3D environment modelling scene, as accurately depicting an environment holds more value than the number of...
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Roy, Ellie (author)
Data on the number of floors is required for a variety of applications, ranging from energy demand estimation to flood response plans. Despite this, open data on the number of floors is currently not available at a nationwide level in the Netherlands. This means that it must be inferred from other available data. Automatic methods usually...
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van Rijssel, Laurens (author)
In 2016, a collaboration between the TU Delft, RIVM and a few other companies started to automate the generation of environmental input data for noise modelling.<br/>As a part of that cooperation a promising triangle based data structure is researched to represent terrain elevation.<br/>Due to the properties of its generation it can provide...
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CHATZIDIAKOS, Charalampos (author)
In recent decades, it is well known that transportation systems have a crucial role in the economic development and social prosperity of modern societies. While road width can be considered as one of the most important factors of the road environments, there is no clear definition of it. To better understand this, we need to reconsider the width...
master thesis 2021
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Giannelli, Denis (author)
In the Global South, large urban spaces resulted in the duality between the so-called ‘formal’ and ‘informal’ cities. It is the case of São Paulo, a twenty-two-million people metropolis and a financial hub in Latin America. Albeit a vast literature addresses the social-spatial segregation emerging from this dual built environment, the scarcity...
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Alhoz, Khaled (author)
In large and complex civil engineering projects, well-managed information enables easier and faster access to the required data when available. In the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry, professionals and data managers constantly seek to optimize the information management process to better collaborate in projects that...
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Papageorgiou, Manos (author)
Three-dimensional (3D) city models are of great significance and are high in demand. They can be used for various useful applications such as urban planning, visibility analysis and estimating the solar irradiation and energy demand of buildings throughout the day. Nowadays, Light Detection And Ranging (LiDAR) sensors are one of the most...
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Wu, Jialun (author)
Most construction work requires building permit checks. Therefore, to promote sustainable and high-quality urban development, it is necessary to improve the building permit application process and accelerate the digital process of building permit checks. <br/><br/>Many studies about the digitalization of building permitting use the BIM, mainly...
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Nur An Nisa Milyana, Nur An-Nisa (author)
In modern-day spatial planning, the implementation of public participation has increased to find a balance between two major actors: the government as the powerholder and citizens as the individual affected by planning decisions. Cities are required to redefine their public participation strategies by adopting modern tools to increase their...
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van Heerden, Natasja (author)
Climate change, and the effect it has on our lives and the world, has been at the centre of debate in the past decades. Also in architecture and urban planning fields, the effect of climate on buildings and cities has always had a role in the design process, nowadays especially when it comes to sustainability related topics. An interesting...
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Hobeika, Nadine (author)
In 2017, the ‘Kustpact’, a Dutch national agreement, was signed to develop the Dutch coast without damaging its ecosystem nor its aesthetics. Consequently, the formation and protection of coastal dunes have become a focal point for research and development. For this reason, based on the idea of Performance-Based Design (PBD), this Master thesis...
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de Jong, Maarten (author)
The volume and density of geospatial data is constantly increasing as newer acquisition techniques are developed to create higher-resolution datasets and more countries are creating country-wide datasets such as point clouds. However, methods to deal with this increase in the amount of data are lagging behind and the developments in computer...
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de Jongh, Wessel (author)
Wind has a profound impact on the meteorological and environmental conditions in cities. And so, by understanding wind flow behaviour within the urban environment, we can use the increasingly available open data to contribute to the design of healthy cities. This Master’s thesis presents a methodology to compute urban morphological parameters...
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Li, Xiaoai (author)
With the increasing demand for 3D city models in various applications, providing efficient access to 3D city models on the web has become very important and valuable. However, there is a lack of web services in which users can directly and effectively access the city objects contained in the 3D city models on the web. Another problem with web...
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de Jong, Michiel (author), Triantafyllou, Giorgos (author), Spinoza Andreo, Guilherme (author), Dardavesis, Ioannis (author), Kumar, Pratyush (author), Maundri Prihanggo, Maundri (author)
Indoor localisation methods are an essential part for the management of COVID-19 restrictions, social distancing, and the flow of people in the indoor environment. Moving towards an open work space in this scenario requires effective real-time localisation services and tools, along with a comprehensive understanding of the 3D indoor space. This...
student report 2021
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Yustisi Ardhitasari Lumban Gaol, Yustisi (author)
Bathymetric depth for shallow water regions is essential for coastal management and research. The measurements using echo sounding and LiDAR leave data gaps because vessels cannot reach nearshore waters or the green laser unable to penetrate specific areas. Satellite-Derived Bathymetry (SDB) is an alternative to extract shallow water depths that...
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Apra, Irène (author), Bachert, Carolin (author), Caceres Tocora, Camilo (author), TUFAN, ÖZGE (author), Veselý, Ondrej (author)
Led in cooperation with the company Brink, who provides management and consultation services for construction and real estate sectors, this Synthesis Project aims at automatically deriving meaningful information about buildings. More precisely, the focus is to automatically detect roof obstacles - such as dormers, chimneys, and solar panels - to...
student report 2021
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Stevers, Vera (author)
In the Netherlands, the coastal dunes are essential to protect the country against flooding. However, the rising sea levels increase the risk of flooding along these sandy shores. Moreover, due to a combination of human and natural activities, dune erosion has increased and will continue to do so in the coming decades. Besides flood protection,...
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Chen, Zhaiyu (author)
Three-dimensional building models play a pivotal role in shaping the digital twin of our world. With the advance of sensing technologies, unprecedented data acquisition capabilities on capturing the built environment have surfaced, with photogrammetry and light detection and ranging being the two important sources, both of which can acquire...
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FU, RUNNAN (author), JIN, Yuzhen (author), LIU, ZHENYU (author), Mainelli, Xenia Una (author), PAPAKOSTAS, THEODOROS (author), Wang, Linjun (author)
As a method that can accurately represent 3D spatial information, point cloud visualisation for indoor environments is still a relatively unexplored field of research. Our client for this project, the Dutch National Police, requested a variety of potential solutions for visualising (unfamiliar) indoor environments that can be viewed by both...
student report 2021
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