Jantien Stoter is full professor 3D Geoinformation and obtained her PhD degree in 2004 (topic: 3D Cadastre). Jantien also fulfills research positions at both the Kadaster and Geonovum. She is leader of the 3D Special Interest Group of the European Spatial Data Research commission and vice-chair of the Open Geospatial Consortium 3D Working Group. For her research on 5D data modelling, Jantien received the prestigious Vidi grant of the Netherlands Scientific Foundation (NWO) in 2010. In 2016, she received a Personal Grant from the European Research Council for her proposal Urban Modelling in higher dimensions (ERC). Jantien is (co)author of over 350 academic and professional articles.

At AMS Institute, the work of Jantien and her team focuses on developing and implementing 3D models of cities, buildings and landscapes. These models serve urban applications to make cities more sustainable, liveable, clean, resilient, inclusive, less noisy, better accessible, etc.

“An accurate, up-to-date virtual 3D copy of the city is needed to understand urban processes and study the impact of different future scenarios. This asks for 3D data beyond visualization.”

Jantien Stoter

Professor & AMS PI

The research focuses on automatically reconstructing 3D models that can directly be used in such applications. It also includes defining application-specific Levels of Details (LoDs) of 3D city models; defining and validating the quality of 3D city models to assure the usefulness of the data beyond visualization; and, integrating 3D data from different domains such as geo-information and data collected during design and building processes (i.e. BIM).

The 3D Geoinformation group collaborates with industry and government. Work from this group has led to open source software and standards for reconstructing and using 3D Geoinformation.

More information:

Project

Urban Modeling in Higher Dimensions

Responsible Urban Digitization

Solving Amsterdam’s urban issues would benefit from one 3-D model with continuously updated information. However, scientists so far have matched unique data to their own simulating models. Research on one integrated solution is underway.

Event

GeoBIM Workshop

Responsible Urban Digitization

2-3 Dec 2019

The use of 3D city models is extremely powerful to raise awareness about the city, supporting simulations and analysis. But they often miss some details. Building Information Models (BIM) are dense of useful information, but they often miss their context.

Project

Urban Modeling in Higher Dimensions

Responsible Urban Digitization

Solving Amsterdam’s urban issues would benefit from one 3-D model with continuously updated information. However, scientists so far have matched unique data to their own simulating models. Research on one integrated solution is underway.

Project

Urban Modeling in Higher Dimensions

Responsible Urban Digitization

Solving Amsterdam’s urban issues would benefit from one 3-D model with continuously updated information. However, scientists so far have matched unique data to their own simulating models. Research on one integrated solution is underway.

Event

GeoBIM Workshop

Responsible Urban Digitization

2-3 Dec 2019

The use of 3D city models is extremely powerful to raise awareness about the city, supporting simulations and analysis. But they often miss some details. Building Information Models (BIM) are dense of useful information, but they often miss their context.

Event

GeoBIM Workshop

Responsible Urban Digitization

2-3 Dec 2019

The use of 3D city models is extremely powerful to raise awareness about the city, supporting simulations and analysis. But they often miss some details. Building Information Models (BIM) are dense of useful information, but they often miss their context.

Event

GeoBIM Workshop

Responsible Urban Digitization

2-3 Dec 2019

The use of 3D city models is extremely powerful to raise awareness about the city, supporting simulations and analysis. But they often miss some details. Building Information Models (BIM) are dense of useful information, but they often miss their context.

Event

GeoBIM Workshop

Responsible Urban Digitization

2-3 Dec 2019

The use of 3D city models is extremely powerful to raise awareness about the city, supporting simulations and analysis. But they often miss some details. Building Information Models (BIM) are dense of useful information, but they often miss their context.