Applied Geoinformation: acquisition, analysis and representation of spatial information for urban master planning, cadastre and building adaptation

Call for papers for: International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation

Submission opens on Scholar One (do not submit before this date): 1st July 2021

Submission window closes: 1st November 2021

Guest editors

Francisco Henrique de Oliveira, Santa Catarina State University (UDESC), Brazil

Email: [email protected]

Renan Furlan de Oliveira, Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil

Email: [email protected]

Overview of special issue

The purpose of the Special Issue is to provide a platform to enhance interdisciplinary research and share the most recent ideas and experiences in the above-related fields. In order to concentrate the knowledge and experiences accumulated thus far, we would like to invite you to submit articles about your recent work.

In fact, with the booming development of technologies of acquisition, analysis and representation of spatial information, has made Geoinformation a multidisciplinary field, with applications that involve the concepts and advances for surveying and processing of spatial data such as GNSS, LiDAR, Photogrammetry, Cadastre, Remote Sensing, as well as for representation and spatial analysis, such as thematic cartography, geographic information system and mapping. The question of how to produce and effectively utilizes quality spatial information to make innovations for territorial management and other important applications still remains to be investigated further.

Areas of interest for publication include

  • Geotechnologies for urban planning and building
  • Land and building surveying technologies
  • Green areas x urban waterproof for constructions
  • Smart city and Building feature spatial analysis (GIS)
  • Cadastre perspective and mapping urban facilities
  • Crowdsourcing for analyses of regular/irregular occupation and disaster resilience in the built environment
  • Land administration and building settlements
  • Spatial information and trends in building adaptation
  • Challenges for urban planning and building
  • Urban master plan and decision making

Submission details

All submissions must be made via ScholarOne.

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