The Applied Streetview Camera System is the turn-key solution for 360 degree panorama surveys and documentation.
With the modern technology of the Applied Streetview Camera System, you can complete everyday tasks in a professional manner and more efficiently than ever before.
For the first time, the Applied Streetview Camera System allows you to visualize streets, roads, motorways as well as railway tracks, plants, residential and commercial zones quickly and easily in photo-realistic clarity. It automatically lets you create a wide range of documentation and maps.
LP360 for ArcGIS is an extension to ArcMap that allows visualizing and processing of very large point clouds (LIDAR and dense image matching) in a familiar GIS desktop environment. Available in three levels of capability, LP360 provides tools from rapid visualization and derived product generation through advanced features such as automatic ground classification and building footprint extraction.
LP360 adds to the native viewing capabilities of ArcGIS 10.1 by providing the capability to work with very large projects such as county-wide aerial LIDAR data sets. From Quality Check to advanced feature extractions, LP360 is the tool of choice for LIDAR professionals throughout the world.
Trimble eCognition Essentials offers users an all-in-one collection of required workflow steps for sample-based classification solutions, powered by Trimble’s powerful eCognition engine. Predefined workflow blocks allow users to quickly formulate sample-based classification rules based on SVM and kNN, all the way to exporting GIS-ready result layers (SHP / FileGBD).
Nowadays, this problem is relatively easily to be solved in a natural environment; however, it can be very difficult or even impossible to do so in urban areas. This is the case when the satellite navigation does not work or when the map can’t be synchronised easily with the environment, as e g in shopping malls, airports, undergrounds or hospitals.
K2Vi was developed by AAM to give clients access to powerful features they needed. AAM is currently provides the numerous cities in Australasia, Africa and Asia with 3D urban models and supporting software for their cross- departmental use. Applications include developmental planning processes like examining the visual impacts of development and shadow analysis. They also deliver complex decision support through simulations such as traffic flow and flood risks. Our models have even been used to identify vantage points and plan crowd management for firework spectaculars. The simulation ability of our system brings the fourth dimension, time, into play changing geospatial data from a descriptive tool into an analytic tool. The system, Key 2 Virtual Insight (K2Vi), allows decision makers to rapidly assess a wide range of scenarios, options, and responses to make fully informed and effective decisions.
Use this fully autonomous drone to capture high-resolution aerial photos that you can transform into accurate 2D orthomosaics & 3D models. The eBee can cover up to 12 sq. km (4.6 sq. mi) in a single flight, and over smaller areas, flying at lower altitudes, it can acquire images with a GSD of down to 1.5 cm/pixel. To launch, just throw it into the air! It then flies, captures images & lands itself. (However you can reprogram its flight or land manually if required.) Supplied with a sturdy carry case and two software packages: eMotion (flight planning and control) & Postflight Terra 3D (professional photogrammetry).
Voyager— the geospatial, enterprise search that connects, finds and delivers 1800+ different file formats, from desktop, server or web.
Voyager is an all-in-one, Solr/Lucene answer to enterprise search. Navigo is the easy-to-use interface for search, data management, document delivery and map visualization. Quickly find and present geospatial content, documents, data and files. Add spatial context to and index any of the 1800+ file formats we support.