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Within planning process, landscape visibility assessment has advantages of identifying landscape character and changes. As a planning tool, planners and other professionals are able to exam various planning scenarios effectively. However, current visibility analysis maps have been produced under raster driven information, which lacks in detail and its accuracy. In response of current phenomena of production of landscape visibility analysis and adaptation within planning process, the paper aimed to develop an advanced visibility analysis programme-based on vector data Non-Uniform Rational B-Spline (NURBS) in order to improve accuracy of the process and result.