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The Brussels-Capital Region's solar cadastre makes it possible to assess the solar energy potential of the roofs of buildings in the Region. The application was developed in response to a specific request from the Brussels Environment energy department, and the data schema is therefore specific to BE BE . The application supplied is a dedicated extension to the platform cartostation , deployed under the name Geodata within the Brussels Environment department. It is an application aimed at the general public, to provide synthetic and scientifically valid information. on est hors de la carte

The cartographic consultation interface is combined with a yield calculator that displays the solar energy potential per building at a specific address. geocoder The solar potential register data is generated data brussels on the basis of 3D data for the region (UrbIS-3D), weather data (TMY), and a statistical analysis of obstacles to the installation of panels by building type.

chargement des données The shading of surrounding buildings is also taken into account in the calculation for each of the region's one million roof areas.

The remote sensing tool enables pre-categorised objects to be encoded on the basis of an orthophoto and a chosen reference frame (e.g. the land register). It was developed as part of the Brussels-Capital Region's solar cadastre.

An ergonomic cartographic interface enables multiple operators to quickly encode elements, while a summary page provides an overview of the progress of the data collection work in the chosen reference frame.

As part of the Solar Cadastre project, this tool was used to carry out a statistical study of roof obstacles to the installation of solar panels, by building type.

Development of a tool for drawing three-dimensional geographical data while remaining close to the visual codes of cartography. In particular, this tool makes it possible to :

  • draw multiple viewpoints of the same area
  • preserve the legend of a plan view
  • generate animations
  • take into account multiple 3D layers
Client : Bruxelles Environnement
Partners : Champs Libres, Energie Commune, MeteoTest
Timeframe : 2018
Technologies : Typescript, React, python, PostGIS, LESS-CSS, HTML5
Data sources : Urbis
Links : Carte Solaire