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Cities around the world are increasingly releasing their 3D city models as open data.Researchers and practitioners in different disciplines are using 3D geoinformation to carry out a variety of spatial analyses.

At NUS we have been working on generating a 3D city model of all public housing (HDB) buildings in Singapore, by conflating different open datasets.Public housing accommodates the predominant majority of Singapore’s population, so the dataset covers most of the nation’s residential buildings.

We are happy to announce that we are releasing its first version as open data, hopefully benefiting researchers who previously did not have access to such data.To the extent of our knowledge, this is the first large-scale open dataset of 3D buildings in Singapore.

We offer two formats:

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Both can be downloaded on our Github repository.While the dataset covers almost all buildings and it is semantically rich, please note that this is the first version and it is still work in progress with errors (e.g. some locations are wrongly associated due to addressing issues) and with a long todo list, please read more about the known issues at our Github repo.

The dataset can also be viewed through Mapbox:

Method

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We have used extrusion, a straightforward and common way to generate 3D models.It uses information about the height of each object (usually obtained from airborne laser scanning; lidar) and the geometry of the footprint.This method results in LoD1 (block) models.

While this method is simple and building footprints are nowadays widely available (we have used OpenStreetMap), it is hampered by the lack of open data on the heights of objects.There is no publicly available lidar dataset covering Singapore.

Therefore, as a proxy for the height, we have used the number of storeys of each block, which is available as open data in Singapore.Although prone to errors, this method has been very popular around the world and benefited a myriad of researchers.

Data sources

We have used the following datasets:

We linked the two using OneMap’s geocoder.While OpenStreetMap’s completeness in Singapore is high and in most cases it is sufficient to generate a 3D model, height (and/or number storeys) and the address information are not available for all buildings, and thus HDB’s dataset was used along with OneMap’s API to link the two.Furthermore, HDB’s dataset contains a lot of attributes for each block, not available in OpenStreetMap, greatly increasing the semantic richness of the dataset.More information about the workflow is available at our Github repo, where we have released the code as open-source as well.

Geometry

There is not much to say about the geometry.It is in LoD1, and thanks to the hard work of the OpenStreetMap community, the footprints look pretty good.Have a look yourself:

Attributes

The dataset is semantically rich thanks to coupling the two datasets (OpenStreetMap and the Housing and Development Board open data on property information).

The resulting CityJSON dataset includes several attributes, such as address and number of units in each block (even decomposed by number of rooms thanks to the open data of HDB).Check the left pane of the screenshot from azul for an example block in Bukit Merah:

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For the list of attributes please scroll down to the metadata section.

Please note that the OBJ file contains only the geometry since it’s a 3D computer graphics format.

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If all this sounds good to you, the dataset is available on our Github repo.The datasets are below 100MB in size thanks to the compactness of the CityJSON and OBJ formats.

Terms of use: if using the data, please mention the following data sources: NUS Urban Analytics Lab, HDB Singapore, OpenStreetMap contributors, and OneMap.If you are using it for a nice publication, please cite the following paper:

Feel free to drop us an email if you do something interesting with the dataset.

Code

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The code used to generate the data is available as open-source as well.

Metadata

KeyValue
Coordinate systemSVY21 / Singapore TM (EPSG:3414)
Unitm
Number of buildings12119
Level of Detail1.2
geographicalExtent[11474, 28055, 0, 45327, 48759, 142]
geographicLocationSingapore, Republic of Singapore
Dataset version2019-08-25
OSM input data version2019-07-18
HDB input data version2019-07-05

As shown above, the dataset is semantically quite rich thanks to the input datasets.The attributes from OpenStreetMap are prefixed with osm_, while the ones from the HDB dataset are prefixed with hdb_.Please note that some information is duplicated in both datasets.We have included both sets of information just in case.The list of the usual attributes is as follows (but not limited to):

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KeyDescriptionExample
osm_idID of the geometry in OpenStreetMapway/440545194
osm_timestampTime of update of the 2D geometry in OSM2016-09-04T05:06:21
osm_buildingGeneral tag for buildingsresidential
osm_addr_cityVarious address informationSingapore
osm_residentialA general tag for additional informationHDB
hdb_blk_noHDB block number95B
hdb_streetStreet nameHENDERSON ROAD
hdb_residentialResidential building (Boolean)Y
hdb_year_completedYear of completion2018
hdb_bldg_contract_townTownBM
hdb_total_dwelling_unitsNumber of units286
hdb_4room_soldNumber of 4-room sold flats104
heightEstimated height in m113.3

For the metadata sourced from the HDB Property Information you may want to check the information found in the original dataset.For OSM metadata, there is also a dedicated page.

The dataset includes all types of HDB buildings, incl. commercial and carparks.There are around 12 thousand HDB buildings in Singapore:

More technical details are available on our Github repositories for data and code.

Further reading (updated September 2020)

A paper has been published:

Biljecki F (2020): Exploration of open data in Southeast Asia to generate 3D building models. ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences. VI-4/W1-2020: 37-44. 10.5194/isprs-annals-vi-4-w1-2020-37-2020 PDF

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Point of contact

Feel free to get in touch if you have questions or use the data for an interesting purpose.If you find an error or have a suggestion, Github issues are a preferred mode of communication.

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Are you an NUS student who is interested working on topics such as this one?There are related master thesis topics that may be of your interest.

This is a list of typefaces used for signage in public areas, such as roads and airports:

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TypefaceUsed byNotes
AchemineSNCF, FranceCreated in 2008 to improve station accessibility.
Alfabeto Normale and Alfabeto StrettoItalyAlfabeto Normale ('Normal Alphabet') is a bolder variant of the British Transport typeface.[1] Alfabeto Stretto ('Narrow Alphabet') is a condensed version of Alfabeto Normale, and is used for long names that wouldn't fit otherwise. The typeface Traffic type Spain D,[2] used in Spain, is identical to Alfabeto Normale.
Antique OliveCalifornia Department of TransportationSome regulatory Signs
Arial
  • Station signage on the Warsaw Metro
  • Some regulatory signs
  • Bengaluru Metro (Namma Metro) PIDS
Used for road signs in Estonia, North Macedonia, Moldova, Slovenia, Taiwan, Turkey and Ukraine.
AustriaAustriaroad typeface, is being phased out since 2013
AvenirMetro Ligiero de Macau
BemboSmithsonian signage in Washington D.C.
BrusselineBrussels' public transport company
CalvertTyne & Wear Metro, United Kingdom
CaractèresFranceUsed for road signs in France and in some countries in Africa.
CarreteraDirectorate-General for Traffic
Road signs in Spain
Proprietary typeface commissioned for this purpose, used on intracity road signs. FHWA Series E is used on intercity and highway signs instead.
CaseySingapore MRT (since 2019)
Used by Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation until its merger with MTR in 2007. Being gradually replaced by Myriad, which is used by MTR on its networks.
ClarendonU.S. National Park Service road signs[3]
Clearview
  • Destination signs of Quebec autoroutes (shields are in Highway Gothic)
  • Road signs in Canada, Indonesia, Israel, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and the United States
Developed to replace U.S. FHWA (Federal Highway Administration) typefaces[3]
Deutsche Bahn WLSDeutsche Bahn (German Railways) station signage[4]Developed in close reference to Helvetica
DIN 1451German transport typeface
Czech road signs
Latvian road signs
SADC road signs
Singapore road signs
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Bengaluru Metro (Namma Metro) Signage
Also used in the Greek motorway network
The DIN typeface for the Namma Metro is in English and Kannada
DrogowskazPolish road signage typefaceone of a few digitalisations; officially the typeface used in Polish road signs has no defined name.
Esseltubpreviously used in Stockholm Metro
FIP signage typefaceGovernment of CanadaA modified version of Helvetica Medium used by the Government of Canada[5]
FF FagoADIFUsed as official font for signage system of all Spanish railway stations owned by the state-owned administrator, ADIF.
FF MetaStockholm Metro
California Department of Transportation
Birmingham Airport
TransLink (British Columbia)
Some mile marker signs.
FF Transit
  • Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe[6]
  • Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg[7]
  • Société de transport de Montréal[8]
Developed by MetaDesign for Berlin's public transport company BVG and later adopted by other transport systems. Especially designed for use in public transportation, contains a lot of pictograms for public signage. Based on Frutiger.[6]
FHWA Series fonts – sometimes called Highway Gothic.[3]Road signs in the United StatesDeveloped for U.S. road signage, and also used in the Americas, Australia, China, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand and Turkey.
Freight SansKempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru, India
Frutiger
  • Swiss road signs
  • Across the public transport network of Oslo, Norway
  • Dulles International Airport (IAD)
  • Dutch National Railways
  • BAA Airports in the UK,[9] in the National Health Service in England
  • Tokyo Metro (English signage)
  • Signage at most PANYNJ airports
  • Budapest Public Transport Authority until 2018
  • Ottawa street name signage
The Frutiger typeface was commissioned for use at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport in 1975.
Futura BSKItalian railways[10]
Giaothong1 and Giaothong2[11]VietnamModification of DIN 1451 typeface with Vietnamese extension
Gill SansBritish Railways (until 1965)
Transperth
Also the official font for all the signage system of the Spanish Government.
Goudy Old StyleUsed on Public Transport Corporation railway station signs in the 1990s, replacing the green The Met signs.The blue Metlink signs replaced these signs in 2003 after a short trial of Connex signs (using Verdana) at Mitcham and Rosanna stations.
Helvetica
  • New York City Subway system
  • Chicago Transit Authority system
  • Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority system
  • Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority system
  • Toronto subway (destination signs)
  • Fort Lauderdale International Airport Signage
Formerly used on Hong Kong's MTR, Stockholm Metro, portions of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's system, and Melbourne's The Met, has also been used on some Toronto subway station signage. Less commonly, the typeface has been used on street signs in the United States, including in some suburbs of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area, parts of Pennsylvania, and by the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority. Previously used on road signs in Japan and South Korea.
Helvetica Neue

Metlink/Public Transport Victoria
Swiss Federal Railways

Being phased out on the Victorian public transport network in favour of Network Sans, but still commonly seen.
SBB uses its own version of Neue Helvetica named SBB.[12]
HiraginoNEXCO East Japan
NEXCO Central Japan
NEXCO West Japan
Japan Highway Public Corporation (divided into three NEXCO group companies in 2005) had used its own Japan Highway Public Corporation Standard Text until 2010. Since 2010, Hiragino is used for main Japanese text, and Frutiger for numbers and Vialog for English text.[13]
JohnstonTransport for LondonSome Citybus and New World First Bus route displays in Hong Kong
LL Circular/Circular StdIndonesian Railway CompanyReplacing Wayfinding Sans used from end of 2016 by Indonesian Railway Company[14]
LLM LetteringRoad signs in Malaysia.Based on the Italian Alfabeto Normale and Alfabeto Stretto.
LTA Identity TypefaceSingapore's Mass Rapid Transit[15]
MetrolisLisbon MetroCustom font for the 1995 rebranding, designed by the Foundry (Freda Sack and David Quay)
MetronPrague MetroCreated in 1973 by Jiří Rathouský
Moscow SansPublic transport and wayfinding in Moscow, Russia since 2015Custom font family by Scott Williams and Henrik Kubel (A2-TYPE) in collaboration with Ilya Ruderman (CSTM Fonts)
MotorwayMotorway route numbers in the United Kingdom and Ireland
MyriadHong Kong's Mass Transit Railway
Signage at Istanbul Airport
NerisManila Metro Rail Transit System signage (since 2016)
Network Sans[16]Transport for Victoria
Public Transport Victoria
Replaced Helvetica Neue
New FrankTransport for New South Wales, AustraliaUsed for all transport signage around Sydney and New South Wales.
New RubrikNinoy Aquino International Airport (Manila International Airport), Manila, Philippinesreplacement for Helvetica on airport signage
News GothicNYC Subway (Mid 20th Century)Used on the NYC Subway in the mid 20th century
Nimbus SansUsed for Digital PIDS on the DC Metro
NPS RawlinsonUnited States National Park ServiceDeveloped as a replacement for Clarendon[3]
NR BrunelUnited Kingdom railway stationsPrimarily major stations managed by Network Rail, introduced in the mid-1990s.
ParisineParis Métro
Osaka Metro
PragmaticaSaint Petersburg Metro (since 2002)Currently (2010–11) being replaced by Freeset, Cyrillic variation of Frutiger
Public GothicJapanUsed from 1963 to 2010. Replaced by Hiragino
Rail AlphabetBritish Rail
British Airports Authority
DSB
NHS
Designed for British Rail in 1964. Still in use on parts of the UK rail network, but mostly superseded elsewhere.
Rail Alphabet 2United Kingdom railway stationsAn evolution of Rail Alphabet commissioned by Network Rail and planned for use on new station signage projects from 2020 onwards.
RamblaBudapest Public Transport Authority (since 2018)Designed by Martin Sommaruga. Replacing the old Frutiger since 2018.
RodoviáriaRoad signs in Portugal (prior to 1998)Typeface closely identical to the Transport typeface, combined with FHWA Series.
Rotis Semi SansMetro Bilbaoused by its own creator, Otl Aicher, for the corporate design of Metro Bilbao
Rotis Semi SerifStation signs of Sound Transit[17]
Rotis SerifStreet signposts in Singapore
Ruta CLChilean roads[18]
Seoul TypeSeoul Metropolitan GovernmentDeveloped by the Seoul Metropolitan Government in 2008 for usage in official Seoul Metropolitan Government documents and institutions, signage and public transport within Seoul. The structure was designed to resemble the gradual curves of a traditional hanok roof.
Sispos and SisnegSwedenDesigned by Bo Berndal – old Swedish standard (SIS 030011, 1973) for public road signs, displays, etc.
SNVBelgium
Bulgaria
Luxembourg
Romania
Countries of the former Yugoslavia
Switzerland (until 2003)
Used on road signs in several European countries
Standard (also known as Akzidenz-Grotesk)New York City subway signsSometimes seen on older New York City subway signs. Was sometimes used in place of Helvetica.[19]
Sweden SansSwedish GovernmentCommissioned by the Swedish government, and designed by Stefan Hattenbach with the partnership of Stockholm-based design agency Söderhavet, designed to represent 'Swedishness' both abroad and at home, and aims to become default in official sites in Sweden.[20]
TERN (Trans-European Road Network)Austria, SlovakiaDeveloped by the International Institute for Information Design with the aim of unifying the road signage in all of the European Union.
Times New RomanStation signage for MARTA
Toronto Subway (typeface)Toronto Transit CommissionUsed in maps, publications, and most stations of the Toronto subway
Trafikkalfabetet ('The traffic alphabet')NorwayUsed for Norwegian road signs and (until 2002) motor vehicle registration plates
Transport
  • British road signs
  • Vast Majority of European road signage
Also used in Portugal, Greece and other countries
TratexRoad signs in Sweden
TS Info and TS MapaTransantiagoCreated by the DET (Departamento de Estudios Tipográficos, Universidad Católica de Chile) for the Transantiago, the public transport network in Santiago de Chile.
UniversAlso used for the Walt Disney World Resort road system (route numbers are in Highway Gothic).
Formerly used on the destination rolls of Comeng trains in Melbourne, Australia prior to refurbishment (converted to dot-matrix displays), as well as Hitachi trains which had their original destination rolls replaced in the 1980s with the Comeng type.
Vejtavleskrift ('Road sign typeface')Road signs in Denmark[21]
VerdanaUsed for road signs in Hungary.
VialogRenfe, directional signs on Japanese expresswaysUsed in signage and all corporate communications of the state-owned Spanish Railway Operator in a custom-made variant called Renfe Vialog.
Wayfinding SansMetro Rio
El Dorado International Airport
Santa Cruz
Indonesian Railway Company (December 2016–20)
Used in signage for Rio de Janeiro's metro system Metro Rio, El Dorado International Airport, the city of Santa Cruz, California and Indonesian Railway Company.

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References[edit]

  1. ^Traffic Sign Typefaces: Italy http://opentype.info/blog/2009/02/09/traffic-sign-typefaces-italy/
  2. ^'Traffic Type Spain D - Desktop font « MyFonts'. Myfonts.com. 1999-02-22. Retrieved 2012-11-09.
  3. ^ abcdJoshua Yaffa (August 12, 2007). 'The Road to Clarity'. The New York Times.
  4. ^'Schrift in der Wegeleitung' [Fontface in route guidance]. Deutsche Bahn AG Marketingportal (in German). Retrieved 2018-02-19.
  5. ^'4.5 Signage Typeface.' FIP Manual. Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, n.d. Web. 17 August 2011. <http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/fip-pcim/man_4_5-eng.asp>.
  6. ^ ab'FF Transit fonts from the FontFont Library'. www.fontfont.com. Retrieved 2018-02-19.
  7. ^'Handbuch VBB-Richtlinien Fahrgastinformation' [VBB guideline for passenger information] (PDF) (in German). Verkehrsverbund Berlin Brandenburg. November 2017. Retrieved 2018-02-19.
  8. ^'The STM rolls out new signage in métro stations'. Société de transport de Montréal. Retrieved 2018-02-19.
  9. ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 2011-07-28. Retrieved 2010-10-18.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  10. ^'Archived copy' (in Italian). Archived from the original on 2011-07-26. Retrieved 2009-10-09.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  11. ^According to National Technical Regulation on Expressway Guidance Signs (http://mt.gov.vn/Images/FileVanBan/_TT27-BGTVT.signed.pdf). Retrieved 2018-09-09.
  12. ^SBB Schrift
  13. ^East Nippon Expressway Co., Ltd. (NEXCO East Japan), Central Nippon Expressway Co., Ltd. (NEXCO Central Japan), and West Nippon Expressway Co., Ltd. (NEXCO West Japan)「より視認し易い高速道路案内標識を目指した 標識レイアウトの変更について」[1]
  14. ^Subekti, R. (2020-12-11). 'Jelang Libur Akhir Tahun, KAI Modernisasi Signage' (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2020-12-12.
  15. ^http://mic-ro.com/metro/files/LTAFont.pdf
  16. ^'PTV Network Sans Typeface'. The Dots. Retrieved 2019-02-17.
  17. ^Two Twelve Harakawa Inc.; Maestri Design Inc.; Jon Bentz Design (September 2004). 'Typography'(PDF). System-Wide Signage Design Manual, Second Edition. Sound Transit. p. DS-17. Archived from the original(PDF) on June 13, 2010. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
  18. ^'Manual de Señalización de Tránsito - Conaset'. CONASET, Ministerioa de Transporter Telecomunicaciones. Feb 2015.
  19. ^'The (Mostly) True Story of Helvetica and the New York City Subway'. AIGA. 2008-11-18. Retrieved 2012-11-09.
  20. ^http://soderhavet.com/nyheter/sverige-har-fatt-ett-eget-typsnitt/(in Italian)
  21. ^http://www.trafikken.dk/wimpdoc.asp?page=document&objno=123041(in Danish) Q&A by the Danish road authority Archived November 15, 2008, at the Wayback Machine

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Legal NameRepublic of Singapore
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Capital CitySingapore
1 17 N, 103 51 E
Total Area 719.00 km2
Land Area709.00 km2
Water Area10.00 km2
Population5,703,569
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Currency Singapore dollars (SGD)
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