Kelvin studied an MSc in Geographic Information Science at UCL before working as a GIS analyst at WSP Group. His research is focused on 3D GIS and data quality issues with a particular focus on semantic and feature content and descriptions. The research aims to work with Ordnance Survey to launch a national wide 3D GIS dataset. The research is funded by ESPRC and Ordnance Survey focusing on three main areas: 1) usability of 3D GI; 2) applications of 3D GI and; 3) data quality of 3D GI.
A geographer at heart, Kelvin’s interests include data visualisations, cooking and good-looking maps.
Kelvin Wong , Claire Ellul. 2017. Book title: Assessing the Suitability of Using Google Glass in Designing 3D Geographic Information for Navigation. Chapter title: Advances in 3D Geoinformation. Part of DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-25691-7_23
K. Wong and C. Ellul. Using geometry-based metrics as part of fitness-for-purpose evaluations of 3D city models. ISPRS Ann. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., IV-2/W1, 129-136, 2016.
J. Milner, K. Wong, C. Ellul. Beyond Visualisation in 3D GIS. Proceedings of the GISRUK Conference, Leeds 2015
K. Wong and C. Ellul. 2015. Designing 3D Geographic Information for Navigation Using Google. Proceedings of the 23rd GIS Research UK (GISRUK) Conference, Leeds, UK.
K. Wong and C. Ellul, Economic Value of 3D Geographic Information, EuroSDR Report, April 2015.
K. Wong and C. Ellul. 2015. Enhancing positioning of photovoltaic panels using 3D geographic information. Proceedings of the 21st GIS Research UK (GISRUK) Conference, Liverpool, UK
Primary Supervisor: Claire Ellul
Geographic Information | 3D GIS | 3D data quality | 3D usability | 3D applications