The 8th FIG Land Administration Domain Model Workshop


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The 8th FIG Land Administration Domain Model Workshop (LADM 2019), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1-3 October 2019, is a joint event with UDMS's 4th International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities (SDSC2019) and Geomatics Geospatial Technology (GGT2019) as part of Geospatial Kuala Lumpur 2019, Hotel Istana.

The focus of LADM2019 workshop will be on preparing input for second Edition of LADM (first Edition published as ISO 19152:2012). After the initial brainstorming on the second Edition of LADM at the 6th workshop and further scoping at the 7th workshop the result was submitted by FIG to ISO TC211 as a New Work Item proposal (NWIP) for the second Edition. It is now time to provide proposals for the new LADM parts. Based on current experiences and future expectations, the need and content of possible extensions will be addressed; eg. further modelling of LADM’s rights, restrictions and responsibilities; a fiscal/valuation extension module, Marine Cadastre, more explicit relations with Building Information Modelling, further modelling of LADM's survey and spatial representation and 3D/4D Cadastre. In addition, more and more attention will be paid to the Operational Standards in Land Administration. This includes addressing the technical models for LADM: INTERLIS, RDF, CityGML, IndoorGML, LandInfra, InfraGML, LandXML, and GeoBIM. Finally, also the aspects beyond Information models will be discussed: Organization, Best practices, Legal/financial aspects, OpenCadastre approach, Crowd sourcing, Workflow modelling, Blockchain and ledger technologies.

All submissions (extended abstracts of 500-1000 words) will be peer reviewed and all accepted contributions are expected to submit a full paper, which will be included in both the on-line and printed proceedings (available at the workshop), published by the FIG with ISBN/ISSN reference. All papers must be submitted via the EasyChair online system ( The deadline for the extended abstract submission is 1 May 2019.

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