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Invitation

It is our great pleasure to invite you to the 3D Australia Conference 2017, Melbourne, Australia

 

12th 3D Geoinfo Conference 2017 – 26 and 27 October

The 3D GeoInfo Conference aims at bringing together international researchers from academia, industry and government in the field of 3D geoinformation. The conference offers an interdisciplinary forum to researchers in the fields of data collection, advanced modelling approaches, data analysis and visualisation.

 

BIM-GIS Integration Workshop – 25 October

BIM-GIS Integration will be organised as a pre–conference workshop session of the 3D GeoInfo 2017. The IAG WG4.2.4 is organising this workshop to provide a platform for researchers to present and discuss their work in the various aspects of BIM and GIS integration. Participation in the BIM-GIS integration Workshop is included in the 3D Geoinfo registration fee.

 

3D Cadastres symposium and training – 24 October

The 3D Cadastre symposium will present Centre for SDIs and Land Administration’s previous and current research topics related to 3D Cadastre. It will also provide training on the implementation of 3D digital cadastral systems.

 

We welcome you all to take part in this event by sharing with us your expertise and passion for 3D data and technologies.

 

On behalf of the 3D Australia 2017 organising committee

12th 3D GeoInfo Conference


Conference Dates | 26-27 October 2017


Submission of full papers | Closed


Notification of acceptance (*conditional) | 30 May 2017

Submission of revised full papers deadline | 20 June 2017

Final notification of acceptance of full papers | 30 June 2017


Short Paper Presentations and Posters

Submission of extended abstracts | Closed

1st International IAG Workshop on BIM and GIS Integration


Workshop | 25 October 2017


Submission of extended abstracts | Closed

Notification of acceptance of extended abstracts (*conditional) | 30 May 2017

Submission of revised extended abstracts | 20 June 2017

Final notification of acceptance | 30 June 2017


*conditional to addressing reviewers comments

BIM and GIS Integration Workshop

This is the first workshop organised by the International Association of Geodesy (IAG) on Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) integration as an emerging area of research and development.

 

The effective integration of BIM and GIS provides opportunity for application across many domains including architecture, urban planning, disaster management, infrastructure engineering, facilities management, construction, policy and decision making.

 

This workshop focuses on integration challenges and considers the technical, legal and institutional barriers in bringing BIM and GIS together. Topics will include, but are not limited to:

  • Legal and institutional considerations
  • Integrated collaborative environments
  • Standards in BIM and GIS
  • Level of details and level of development
  • Interoperability and geo-referencing
  • Integration for Decision Science and Risks
  • Automatic change analysis between BIM and GIS models
  • 3D visualisation
  • Virtual design and construction
  • Virtual reality and augmented reality
  • Algorithms to generate BIM/GIS models from point cloud data
  • BIM and GIS integration with 3D point clouds

Please submit an extended abstract (3000 words) to present at the workshop. We encourage you to focus on the challenges of integrating BIM and GIS. Potential solutions will be shared and discussed during the workshop. All submissions will be subject to review by a scientific committee.

 

Depending on the topic, authors of selected high quality papers will be invited to extend the abstract for publication in a special collection of the Journal of Surveying Engineering or a special issue of the Journal of Spatial Sciences.

3D GeoInfo Conference

The 12th 3D Geoinfo Conference is part of the joint event 3D Australia 2017. The conference will focus on 3D developments and 3D applications in advanced 3D data and technologies. The conference will provide a platform for these topics to be discussed and research ideas exchanged, as well as promote international collaboration in geoinformation, 3D data analysis and visualisations.

The conference will address topics including:

• 3D Geoinformation Requirements
• 3D Spatial Data Infrastructure & Integration
• 3D Data Acquisition and Processing
• 3D GIS, Real-Time, Big Data
• 4D/5D Modelling, BIM
• 3D Spatial Databases
• 3D Data Management Systems and Point Cloud
• 3D Standards for Geospatial Technologies
• 3D Open Source Development
• 3D City Modelling and CityGML standards
• 3D Geometry, Topology and Semantics
• 3D Data Analysis and Visualisation, Augmented and Virtual Reality
• 3D Spatial Analysis and Simulation
• 3D Modelling for Smart Cities
• 3D Indoor and Outdoor Navigation
• 3D GIS Applications (Cadastre, utilities, city and urban planning, geology, disaster and risk management, environmental simulation, archaeology)
• 3D GeoWeb
• 3D Marine Information Systems

 

Researchers are invited to submit full papers or extended abstracts (1000-1500 words) describing original and unpublished fundamental scientific research and applications. All manuscripts will be subject to a peer review process.

 

Full papers accepted after peer review will be published in ISPRS Annals, while shorter papers accepted after peer review (of extended abstract) in ISPRS Αrchives. Therefore, submitting authors should follow the guidelines listed on ISPRS website.

 

3D Cadastre Training

 

This training workshop will familiarise participants with 3D digital cadastral methods for defining legal boundaries. It will also address how to define owners’ legal rights associated with a wide range of private (e.g. apartment units, car parks and storage areas), communal (e.g. corridors, lobbies and elevators), and public (e.g. roads and parks) properties within complex building developments.

 

The following items will be covered in this training workshop:

  • Understanding the spatial arrangements and boundaries of legal rights in buildings
  • Creating land and property information in 3D digital environments, including:
    • Various types of legal boundaries in a 3D digital data environment
    • Spatial structures for arranging various parts of each legal right
    • Specific legal attributes to be assigned each legal right
  • Visualising and querying 3D land and property information
    • Visualise and interact with 3D legal objects
    • Find parts of each legal object
    • Find boundaries of each legal object
    • Perform queries based on legal attributes

UADI Launch Event

New Generation of Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) for Urban Analytics
A semantic-based SDIs to support spatially enabled Societies
We are delighted to announce the Launch of Urban Analytics Data Infrastructure (UADI) on 24 October 2017 at The University of Melbourne.

This is a FREE event with LIMITED SEATS ONLY

The Urban Analytics Data Infrastructure (UADI) is an Australian Research Council Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (ARC LIEF) funded project, which was developed in a collaborative project between a consortium of six urban research centres across Australia to address lack of data integration and harmonisation issues and to develop a series of national data comparative tools. This digital infrastructure provides capabilities such as:

  • Facilitating a better understanding of datasets
  • Semantic data integration and harmonisation
  • Tool sharing and access to variety of tools/models
  • Improved discovery of comparable urban indicators
  • Provenance information alongside the indicator values
The UADI project has leveraged the collaborative utility and knowledge that has been developed through national and international initiatives such as Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) to embark on a focused development of a spatial data infrastructure that responds to the specific requirements of multi-source, cross-domain and cross-jurisdictional urban analytics. To learn more about the UADI, visit the project website at www.csdila.unimelb.edu.au/projects/UADI/

Submissions


3D GeoInfo Conference Submission Webpage: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=3dgeoinfo2017

Conference template (full papers and extended abstracts) : http://www.isprs.org/documents/orangebook/app5.aspx


BIM-GIS Integration Workshop Submission Webpage: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bimgis2017

Workshop template:     pdf     word

Scientific Committee

Name

Surname

Organisation

Alias

Abdul-Rahman

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Mulhim

Al-Doori

American University in Dubai

Ali

Aien

The University of Melbourne

Sam

Amirebrahimi

The University of Melbourne

Ken

Arroyo Ohori

Delft University of Technology

Apostolos

Arvanitis

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Behnam

Atazadeh

The University of Melbourne

Filip

Biljecki

National University of Singapore

Lars

Bodum

Aalborg University

Pawel

Boguslawski

University of the West of England

Martin

Breunig

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Rémi

Cura

IGN / THALES

Sagi

Dalyot

IKG

Philippe

De Maeyer

Ghent University

Efi

Dimopoulou

National Technical University of Athens

José-Paulo

Duarte de Almeida

University of Coimbra

Lucía

Díaz Vilariño

Universidad de Vigo

Claire

Ellul

University College London

Andreas

Georgopoulos

NTUA

Gerhard

Groeger

IGG, Bonn University

Eric

Guilbert

Université Laval

Ihab

Hijazi

An-Najah Natioanl University

Charalabos

Ioannidis

National Technical University of Athens

Umit

Isikdag

Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University

Martin

Kada

Technische Universität Berlin

Mohsen

Kalantari

The University of Melbourne

Zhizhong

Kang

China University of Geosciences (Beijing)

Ismail Rakip

Karas

Karabük University, Faculty of Engineering, Computer Engineering Department

Baris

Kazar

ORACLE AMERICA INC

Kourosh

Khoshelham

The University of Melbourne

Mila

Koeva

University of Twente

Thomas

Kolbe

Technische Universität München

Claudine

Metral

University of Geneva

Ivin Amri

Musliman

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Romain

Nouvel

HFT Stuttgart

Hamed

Olfat

Land Use Victoria

Sander

Oude Elberink

Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, University of Twente

Nicolas

Paparoditis

IGN

Michael

Peter

Dept. of Earth Observation Science, Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC), University of Twente

Jacynthe

Pouliot

Laval University

Siva

Ravada

Oracle

Carl

Reed

OGC

Soheil

Sabri

Department of Infrastructure Engineering, The University of Melbourne

Davood

Shojaei

Land Use Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP)

Jantien

Stoter

3D GeoInformation, Delft University of Technology

Siddique

Ullah Baig

Universiti Technologi Malaysia

Edward

Verbree

Delft University of Technology

Shen

Ying

School of Resource and Environmental Sciences,Wuhan University

Sisi

Zlatanova

Technical University of Delft

Plenary Speakers

Name

Surname

Organisation

Topic

Steve

Jacoby

Executive Director - Land & Spatial Information - Queensland Dept of Natural Resources & Mines

3D Queensland

Craig

Sandy

Surveyor General Victoria - Land Use Victoria

3D Cadastre in Augmented / Virtual Reality

Greg

Foliente

The University of Melbourne

Smart City Transitions and nD System Challenges and Opportunities

John

Mitchell

Director, buildingSMART Australasia chapter

A Coordinated Vision for GIS, BIM and Digital Engineering

David

Hasset

Team Leader GIS, Smart City Office, City of Melbourne

3D GeoInfo and the Smart City Approach: A better way to understand and prepare for change

Joseph

Abhayaratna

Chair, Smart Cities Domain Working Group, Open Geospatial Consortium

The importance of 3D information for building the cities of tomorrow

Organising Committee

Program


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24 Tuesday

25 Wednesday

26 Thursday

27 Friday

Program 3D Cadastres Training BIM and GIS Integration Workshop 3D GeoInfo Conference 3D GeoInfo Conference
UADI Launch Event Conference Reception Gala Dinner

BIM and GIS Integration Workshop

 

9:00 am to 10:30 am

Welcome

Mohsen Kalantari, Chair of IAG BIM/GIS working group

Keynote Address: A Coordinated Vision for GIS, BIM and Digital Engineering 

John Mitchell, Director, buildingSMART Australasia chapter

   

SESSION 1:  TECHNICAL PERSPECTIVES                                            Chair : Dr.  Craig Hancock

11:00 am to 12:30 pm

The Automation Challenge of Mapping IFC-BIM Models into CityGML Building Models (2)

Rudi Stouffs and Patrick Janssen

Urban Building Heritage Management with LiDAR, BIM and GIS (10) 

Sean William Morrish and Debra Laefer

Prioritizing Maintenance Plan of Civil Infrastructure Systems through an Integration Framework of BIM and GIS (5)

Jiawei Chen, Pingbo Tang and Todd E Rakstad

Comparison of a Smart Mobile Application-Supported Evacuation System and Traditional Evacuation Systems

Yasin Ortakci, Umit Atila, Emrullah Demiral, Kasim Ozacar and Ismail Rakip Karas

   

SESSION 2:  STANDARDS PERSPECTIVES                                           Chair : Dr. Ihab Hijazi

1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Open Information Exchange Standards for the Integrated Digital Built Environment (9)

Jim Plume

A Standards Perspective of BIM-GIS Integration 

Chris Body

Building SMART Alliance and Open Geospatial Consortium Framework for Collaboration on BIM-GIS Interoperability (8) 

Jim Plume, Carsten Roensdorf and Scott Simmons

 

Development of BIM/GIS interoperability platform for seamless indoor/outdoor information service(13) 

Chunjoo Yoon and Changhee Hong

   

SESSION 3:  STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES                                           Chair : Dr.  Behnam Atazadeh

3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

A Conceptual Framework for Multi-Scale Urban Energy Modelling Using 3D Geospatial Technology (12) 

Soheil Sabri, Behzad Rismanchi and Abbas Rajabifard

Exploring the Legal and Institutional Implications of Australian Public Policy Perspectives Towards Leveraging BIM-GIS (3)

Ilsa Kuiper and Colin Duffield

BIM-GIS Integration as Dedicated and Independent Course for Geoinformatics Students: Merits, Challenges, and Ways Forward (4) 

Ihab Hijazi, Andreas Donaubauer and Thomas Kolbe

Data Requirement of Public Space in 3D: Physical and Social Dimensions (11)

Zhixuan Yang and Abbas Rajabifard

3D GeoInfo 2017 - Day 1

8:30 am to 10:30 am

Welcome by Abbas Rajabifard and Mohsen Kalantari

Keynote Address 1: 3D Queensland 

Steven Jacoby, Executive Director Land & Spatial Information - Queensland Department of Natural Resources & Mines

Keynote Address 2: Smart City Transitions and nD System Challenges and Opportunities 

Greg Foliente, The University of Melbourne

10:30 am to 11:00 am

Break

SESSION 1: DRIVERS OF 3D GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION                                           Chair : Prof.  Jacynthe Pouliot

11:00 am to 12:30 pm

User Requirements Gathering for 3D Geographic Information in the United Kingdom (26) 

Kelvin Wong and Claire Ellul

CityGML and the Streets of New York - A Proposal for Detailed Street Space Modelling (9)

Christof Beil and Thomas H. Kolbe

Exploring the Potential of BIM for Operational Integrated Asset Management - a Real World Infrastructure Example (28) 

Gareth Boyes, Claire Ellul and Daniel Irwin

Industry Talk: The Cycle of Digital Cadastral Survey Information in New Zealand: Closing the Loop with 3D (40)

Trent Gulliver

Industry Talk: 3D City Heritage, It’s Place in a Smart, Sustainable City (23) 

Sean William Morrish and Debra Laefer

12:30 pm to 1:30 pm

Lunch

SESSION 2: REASONING AND ORGANISING 3D GEOGRAPHIC INFORMAITON             Chair : A/Prof.  Clair Ellul

1:30 pm to 3:15 pm

Model for Reasoning from Semantically Rich Point Cloud Data (22) 

Florent Poux, Romain Neuville, Pierre Hallot and Roland Billen

Spatio-Semantic Comparison of Large 3D City Models in CityGML using a Graph Database (12) 

Son H. Nguyen, Zhihang Yao and Thomas H. Kolbe

Towards a Secision Support Tool for Mapping and Rendering 3D Models: Application to Selectivity Purpose of Single Object in a 3D City Scene (19) 

Romain Neuville, Jacynthe Pouliot, Florent Poux, Pierre Hallot, Laurent De Rudder and Roland Billen

Topologically Consistent Models for Efficient Big Geo-Spatial Data Distribution (13) 

Markus Jahn, Patrick Bradley, Mulhim Al-Doori and Martin Breunig

Industry Talk: Working with 3D Geoscape Data in ArcGIS (25) 

Simon Jackson

3:15 pm to 3:45 pm

Break

SESSION 3: FROM GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION TO INDOOR INFORMATION          Chair : Prof.  Thomas Kolbe

3:45 pm to 5:30 pm

Integration of GIS and BIM Data: What Are the Geometric and Topological Issues? (32) 

Ken Arroyo Ohori, Filip Biljecki, Abdoulaye Diakité, Thomas Krijnen, Hugo Ledoux and Jantien Stoter

Stochastic and Geometric Reasoning for Indoor Building Models with Electric Installations -- Bridging the Gap between GIS and BIM (35) 

Youness Dehbi, Jan-Henrik Haunert and Lutz Plümer

About the Subdivision of Indoor Spaces in IndoorGML (20) 

Abdoulaye Abou Diakité, Sisi Zlatanova and Ki-Joune Li

Industry Talk :  Pixel factory and vector factory for 3D image and data creations (46)

Seyed Miri

 

 

3D GeoInfo 2017 - Day 2

8:30 am to 10:30 am

Keynote Address 1: 3D Cadastre in Augmented / Virtual Reality

Craig Sandy, Surveyor General of Victoria

Keynote Address 2: 3D GeoInfo and the Smart City Approach: A better way to understand and prepare for change

David Hasset, Team Leader GIS, Smart City Office, City of Melbourne

Keynote Address 3: The importance of 3D information for building the cities of tomorrow 

Mr Joseph Abhayaratna,  CTO of PSMA Australia; Co-chair of OGC Smart Cities DWG

10:30 am to 11:00 am

Break

SESSION 4: POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS OF 3D GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION               Chair : Prof.  Martin Breunig

11:00 am to 12:45 pm

Estimating Building Age with 3D GIS (16) 

Filip Biljecki and Maximilian Sindram

CityBEM: an Open Source Implementation and Validation of Monthly Heating and Cooling Energy Needs for 3D Buildings in Cities (33) 

Syed Monjur Murshed, Solène Picard and Andreas Koch

Solar Potential Analysis and Integration of the Time-dependent Simulation Results for Semantic 3D City Models using Dynamizers (14) 

Kanishk Chaturvedi, Bruno Willenborg, Maximilian Sindram and Thomas H. Kolbe

Modelling Urban Noise in CityGML ADE: Case of the Netherlands (36) 

Kavisha Kumar, Hugo Ledoux, Tom Commandeur and Jantien Stoter

Industry Talk : Multiple Environments for Visualising Spatial Reality: Blurring the Lines between Geospatial Visualisation and Virtual Reality (17) 

Keri Niven and Cameron Irvine

12:45 pm to 1:30 pm

Lunch

SESSION 5: 3D GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION IN ACTION                           Chair : Prof.  Alias Abdul Rahman

1:30 pm to 3:15 pm

Capture and Three Dimensional Projection of New South Wales Strata Plans in LandXML Format (5)

Brad Harding and Ashleigh Foreman 

3D Digital Cadastre Journey in Victoria, Australia (10)

Davood Shojaei, Hamed Olfat, Mark Briffa and Abbas Rajabifard

Industry Talk Integration of Citizen Information into 3D Cadastral System with Applications  (44)

Shen Ying, Renzhong Guo, Weiyang Li, Zhigang Zhao and Biao He

Industry Talk :3D Queensland and the Digital Built Environment (24)

Michael Haines

Industry Talk : 3D Neighbourhood Surveys for Architecture and Planning  (30) 

Simon Cookes

3:15 pm to 3:45 pm

Break

SESSION 6: SHORT PRESENTATIONS                                                  Chair : Prof.  Mulhim Al-Doori

3:45 pm to 5:45 pm

Investigating Integration Capabilities between IFC and CityGML LoD3 for 3D City Modelling (37) 

George Floros, John Pispidikis and Efi Dimopoulou

CityGML Modelling for Singapore 3D National Mapping (7)

Kean Huat Soon and Victor Khoo

A Comparison of Artificial Neural Network and Homotopy Continuation in 3D Interior Building Modelling (8)

Ali Jamali, Francois Anton, Alias Abdul Rahman and Darka Mioc 

Indoor Space Location Model Based on Location Service (34)

Yan Zhou, Guixiang Zeng, and Yueying Huang

A WebGIS to Support GPR 3D Data Acquisition: A First Step for the Integration of Underground Utility Networks in 3D City Models 

Paulo Guilherme Tabarro, Jacynthe Pouliot, Richard Fortier and Louis-Martin Losier

High-resolution Urban Greenery Mapping for Micro-Climate Modelling Based on 3-D City Models (41)

Jaroslav Hofierka, Michal Gallay, Jan Kanuk, Jozef Supinsky and Jan Sasak

Acquisition and Processing of High Resolution Hyperspectral Imageries for the 3D Mapping of Urban Heat Islands and Microparticles of Montreal (42) 

Richard Mongeau, Francois Cavayas and Yves Baudouin

Multi-Dimensional Pattern Discovery of Trajectories Using Contextual Information (38)

Mohammad Sharif and Ali Asghar Alesheikh

LADM and INTERLIS as a Perfect Match for 3D Cadastre (43)

Eftychia Kalogianni, Efi Dimopoulou, Wilko Quak and Peter van Oosterom

 Building a 3D model for communicating urban revitalisation, a Local Government experience (45)

Alexandar Crothers

Visa

Under Australia's universal visa system, all visitors to Australia must have a valid visa to travel to and enter Australia (other than New Zealand passport holders who will normally be granted a Special Category visa on arrival, provided they meet health and character requirements; and permanent residents of Norfolk Island who may be granted a Permanent Resident of Norfolk Island visa on arrival). For more information, see the fact sheets:

Registration

Conference Registration Closed (3DGeoinfo2017, BIM/GIS Workshop, 3D Cadastre Training)
UADI Launch Registration (Free)

Early Bird (until 15th July)

Late Registration

3D GeoInfo Conference

AUD 700

AUD 800

Student: 3D GeoInfo Conference

AUD 350

AUD 400

3D Cadastres Training

AUD 500

AUD 600

Student: 3D Cadastres Training

AUD 300

AUD 400

BIM and GIS Integration Workshop

Free*

Free*

Joint 3D Geoinfo Conference and 3D Cadastres Training

AUD 900

AUD 1,000

Student: Joint 3D GeoInfo Conference and 3D Cadastres Training

AUD 650

AUD 800

UADI Launch Event

Free

Free

* Participation in the workshop is free with registration to the 3D GeoInfo Conference, however places are limited so please register in advance.

A Gala Dinner will be held on the evening of Thursday 26th October. Please specify if you would like to attend when you register.


Organisers and Partners


Organisers

Media Partners

Sponsors

The University of Melbourne

3D Australia 2017 will be held on the University of Melbourne Parkville campus.

You can view the venue map here.

Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society, research, learning, teaching and engagement. It is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with international rankings of world universities placing it as number 1 in Australia and 33 in the World (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016). The campus is also a beautiful setting for 3D Australia 2017 and both visitors are encouraged to explore it while they’re here. You can learn more about the culture and history of the University by taking a campus tour www.unimelb.edu.au/campustour.

For more information, please visit www.unimelb.edu.au.

 

 

The University of Melbourne is also very close to one of the world’s most liveable cities, the vibrant City of Melbourne. Melbourne is full of fantastic restaurants and cafés, music venues and museums. To find out more about what to do in Melbourne, please visit www.melbourne.com.au and www.visitmelbourne.com.

 

 

 

Accommodation

We have selected a number of accommodation options both close to the University and further afield to help you explore Melbourne. For those booking accommodation, please note that this is a very busy time for Melbourne, with the Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup horse races at this time, as well as the Rugby World Cup Opening game. These events will put Melbourne accommodation options in high demand and we recommend that you book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

 

To book one of the listed accommodation options at a discounted rate, please quote ‘The University of Melbourne’ when making your reservation - unless otherwise stated below.

Arrow on Swanston

3 Star

488 Swanston St, Carlton VIC 3053

website

Direct booking:

Ph: +61 3 9225 9000

 

IBIS Melbourne

3.5 Star

IBIS Melbourne on Therry – 15 Therry Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

website

IBIS Melbourne on Swanston – 609 Swanston St, Carlton VIC 3053

website

IBIS Melbourne on Little Bourke – 600 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 9666 0000

Email: H1564@accor.com

A link will be made available shortly for 10% off the cost of your reservation.

 

Mercure Melbourne

4 Star

43 Therry Street, Melbourne 3000, Victoria

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 937 6666

Email: Reservations@mercurestherrystreet.com.au

Fraser Place

4 Star

19 Exploration Lane, Melbourne

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 9669 6888

Email: reservations.melbourne@frasershospitality.com

An offer code will be made available shortly to gain 15% off the cost of your reservation.

The discount will only be valid for bookings made before 24th of September 2017 and are subject to availability.

 

Rydges on Swanston

4.5 Star

701 Swanston St, Carlton VIC 3053

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 9347 7811

Email: reservations_carlton@rydges.com

The Larwill Studio

4 Star

48 Flemington Rd, Parkville VIC 3052

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 9032 9111

Email: reservations_larwill@artserieshotels.com.au

To book at a discounted rate (starting at $160 per night), please call registrations on 1800 278 468 and quote ‘The University of Melbourne’.

 

Oaks Melbourne

4 Star

Oaks on Williams 350 William Street, Melbourne 3000

website

Oaks on Lonsdale 23-33 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000

website

Oaks on Collins 480 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 0055 4275

Email: william@theoaksgroup.com.au

An offer code will be made available shortly to gain 10% off the cost of your reservation.

 

Vibe Carlton

4 Star

441 Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria 3052

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 9380 9222

Email: carlton@vibehotels.com.au

 

Novotel on Collins

4.5 Star

270 Collins Street Melbourne 3000

website

Direct Booking:

Ph: +61 3 9667 5800

Email: h1587@accor.com

An offer code will be made available shortly for a discounted rate on your reservation.

Contact us

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration

website

 

chair@3dgeoinfo2017.com

 

  @3DAustralia2017

 

 

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    Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration
    Department of Infrastructure Engineering | Faculty of Engineering
    The University of Melbourne
    Parkville, Victoria 3010
    Australia