FIG Peer Review Journal


Aspects of 3D Cadastre - A Case Study in Victoria (4935)

Ali Aien, Abbas Rajabifard, Mohsen Kalantari and Ian Williamson (Australia)
Mr. Ali Aien
PhD Student
The University of Melbourne
Centre for SDIs & LA, Geomatics Department
The University of Melbourne
Corresponding author Mr. Ali Aien (email: a.aien[at], tel.: + 61 430868948)

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Published on the web 2011-02-10
Received 2010-11-22 / Accepted 2011-02-10
This paper is one of selection of papers published for the FIG Working Week 2011 in Marrakech, Morocco and has undergone the FIG Peer Review Process.

FIG Working Week 2011
ISBN 978-87-90907-92-1 ISSN 2307-4086


3D developments of land are common and affect land interests in urban populated areas. Managing 3D land rights, restrictions and responsibilities (3D RRRs) is one of the most important challenges in the current land administration systems which are equipped with cadastres that are only able to maintain 2D spatial information. 3D cadastres would overcome these problems. 3D cadastre should be capable of storing, manipulating, querying, analysis, updating, and visualising 3D land rights, restrictions and responsibilities. To develop such a system, 3D cadastral aspects should be considered in any jurisdictions. They are legal, institutional and technical aspects of 3D cadastre which provide frameworks to develop and implement 3D cadastre. This paper will investigate aspects of 3D cadastre and analyse them using an underground car park in Victoria as a case study.
Keywords: Digital cadastre; Cadastre; land administration system; 2D cadastre; 3D cadastre; 3D RRRs