2016 FE Minutes of the Workshop

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TODO List

WHAT WHO WHEN
Register Energy ADE 0.8 under Apache License ASAP TUM
Test Time-Series/Dynamizer with real data and organise a conf-call to discuss about it January Kanischk and Alexandru
Actualize the Guidelines and XML examples according to the changes of the Energy ADE 0.8 February All partners
Make realistic and complete XML examples to be tested Before next workshop RWTH Aachen and CSTB
Develop an automatic test procedure for these XML examples Before next workshop RWTH Aachen and CSTB
Finalize codelist identification and work on description and language translation on the GeoSmartCity repository Before next workshop All partners
Further work on the Best Practice document (Guidelines) and update it according to the changes of the Energy ADE 0.8 Before next workshop All partners
Use available open city model (see CityGML wiki) and integrate into it probabilistic attributes according with the Energy ADE Scheme Before next workshop CSTB
Investigate if the "external codelists" concept of CityGML solves the issue Before next workshop Sinergis
WG Temporal time data: make a proposal, test it with real data and organise a conf-call to discuss about it January Kanischk and Alexandru
Send working documents of INSPIRE extended Building Schemas Before next workshop JRC


Notes

  • Best practice document - It is a document essential to raise awareness, in particular showing interoperabilities issues and examples. It does not need to cover everything, and may just cover the parts where we already have done real tests (real practices). Documentation should include: application, test case, test data, proof that it works in at least two systems. The UML diagram of the Energy ADE is the other output. Volker mentions that the XSD implementation may be also provided, but as an example of possible implementations.
  • More examples to test - Pascal: We need more complex datasets available as examples to test the Energy ADE. How to press the case that CityGML-EnergyADE will be actually used widely as interchange format?
    • Volker: datasets from some cities in Germany are already available, but just geometries with very few attributes (Building function)
    • Elisa Colleague: We can generate probabilistic attribute values for some examples of the Energy ADE. One thermal zone per building. We’ve already done that for other ADEs
  • Licence during the development - Apache protects also the name "Energy ADE"
    • Olivier: Why don't we use the CityGML licence?
    • Volker: CityGML is OGC licence
    • Giorgio: Also 3DCityDB is Apache

VOTE: group has chosen Apache licence with a statement that after a certain version the license will be transferred to OGC.

  • WG Energy Use and System: CSTB would like to discuss about a proposition of WG energy system structure (on Github)
  • INSPIRE Extended Buildings model: development of modules Extended Building model of INSPIRE is still ongoing (and not a present priority). Giacomo is active in this Working Group and will bridge with our interests.

Presentations and Minutes

Welcome from the organisers

Chiara Franceschini (SIPRO)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Brief welcome and introduction about the CitiEnGov project
  • Some notes about this event

Municipal registers and urban data in the "real life"

Cristiano Rinaldo (Municipality of Ferrara)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Importance of Energy data at building level from the perspective of the Municipality of Ferrara
  • "Real life is not so easy"
    • Collection of data from different sources, at different levels
    • Use data with different levels of quality (spatial, temporal, thematic)
    • Need for harmonising data
    • Integrating, understanding, cross-checking data … and find/correct errors
  • Happy end: what we've done and what we are doing

CityGML: standard and practical examples in Germany

Volker Coors (HFT Stuttgart)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Introduction to CityGML
  • 3D City models in Germany
  • SimStadt
  • Future work: Simulations as a Service for citizens

CityGML: standard and practical examples in Austria and Italy

Giorgio Agugiaro (Austrian Insitute of Technology)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides
Modelling cities in CityGML: Experiences from two case studies.

  • Italy (project EnerCity in Trento): LoD2 model generated from footprints and Lidar data by means of BuildingReconstruction Software by VirtualCitySystems (after automatic process, 40% of buildings must be corrected manually). Estimated effort to extend the 3D modelling to the whole city of Trento: 2-3 persons over 1 year
    • Creation of the 3D city model
    • Enrichment of the 3D city model
    • Estimation of buildings' energy performance
  • Austria (project Ci-Nergy in Vienna): estimated effort to complete data integration for the whole city: 5 persons over 1 year
    • 3D City model
    • Data sources
    • Data integration issues

CityGML and urban energy simulations

Romain Nouvel (HFT Stuttgart)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Urban energy simulation – for who? for what?
  • Example of energy analyses at city scale
  • What is required to run these analyses?
  • SimStadt Building Typology library

CityGML Energy ADE: objectives and state of development

Romain Nouvel (HFT Stuttgart)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Main objectives of the Energy ADE
  • Activities of the Energy ADE Working Group
  • Energy ADE Team: Size and Visibility, Organization, Dissemination, Development
  • CityGML Energy ADE Guidelines
  • Links with other OGC standards
  • Past workshops

Energy-related data at building level: examples and issues

Piergiorgio Cipriano (Sinergis - Dedagroup Public Services)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Standards for interoperability
  • 3 projects and data issues
  • Practical questions and some conclusions

Energy ADE: Building Physics module

Romain Nouvel (HFT Stuttgart)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Working Group Organization
  • Activities over the last 6 months
  • Open issues

Energy ADE: Occupancy module

Piergiorgio Cipriano (Sinergis - Dedagroup Public Services)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Working group organization
  • Activities over the last 12 months
  • General feedbacks on ADE v0.7 and future
  • Occupancy example
  • Data sources
  • Open issue
  • Code lists management (INSPIRE Registry)

Energy ADE: Systems module

Moritz Lauster (E.ON Energy Research Center)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Working Group Organization
  • Activities over the last 6 months
  • General feedbacks on ADE
  • Open issues

CityGML Dynamizer

Mostafa Elfouly on behalf of Kanishk Chaturvedi and Prof. Thomas H. Kolbe (Techcnical University Munich)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Introduction to Dynamizer
  • New Feature Type
  • How to work with dynamic values?
  • Handling Timeseries using OGC TimeseriesML 1.0

European Union Location Framework - Energy pilot project

Francesco Pignatelli and Giacomo Martirano (European Commission - DG JRC)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Geospatial technologies fuel the data economy
  • The role of INSPIRE
  • ISA, EULF, ISA2, ELISE
  • Overview of EULF Pilots (Transport and Marine)
  • The EULF Energy Pilot

Domain Extendable 3D City Models

Zhihang Yao (Techcnical University Munich)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Extending CityGML
  • Data management of 3D City Model
  • General idea for extending 3D CityDB
  • Example
  • Ongoing and future work

CityGML and Solar Potential Analysis for Buildings in Singapore

Xu Le (Solar Energy Research Institute - National University of Singapore)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides
In 2014, a LOD2 model of whole Singapur has been generated. SERIS has used it to simulate the solar potential with a 1 sqm meshing.

  • Introduction of SERIS
  • Capabilities from SES cluster
  • Motivation and Background
  • Methodology
  • Case studies
    • Rooftop PV potential
    • Solar Insolation for Buildings with full 3D implementation
    • Automatically Modelling LoD from 2 to 3

Consclusions and next steps

Romain Nouvel (HFT Stuttgart)
Presentation: PDF file of the slides

  • Towards Energy ADE 0.8
  • Energy ADE Team – Integrate new contributors
  • Next workshop?
  • Dissemination