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Linking 3d Building Models, Maps and Energy-Related Data in a Web-Based Visualization System

Preprint published in 2018 by R. Sihombing, Coors
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In a transformation process to become a climate-neutral city campus, universities have to deal with the sustainable concept. Since “human factor” plays a significant role in the transformation process, providing easy access to environmental data to influence building occupants’ behavior is essential. By utilizing energy-related data without spatial attribute and existing building geospatial data, data visualization in a web browser can be established for both 2D and 3D platforms. Our implementation presents a visualization of indoor sensor measurement data, where the same geospatial data can be used for both 2D and 3D visualizations even though the 3D platform needs an adjustment. Our approach results in a monitoring tool prototype based on visualization of indoor sensors measurement data, which can be accessed easily in a web browser by all building occupants.

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