GIS - New


Apr 2018 | No Comment

BCF support and GIS integration added to new 3D Repo version

3D Repo has released a new version of its cloud-based BIM platform that allows users to simultaneously access, via the web, the latest 3D construction models, detect changes, collaborate on them and make informed decisions. The latest version of 3D Repo includes support for the most recent open standard Building Collaboration Format (BCF) to improve BIM workflow communication; as well as live GIS data integration offering realworld project context.

Real-time Mapping and Visualization in CARIS Onboard 2.0

Teledyne CARIS™ has released CARIS Onboard™ 2.0. It enables users to apply processes automatically to their data in near real-time, resulting in minimized data conversion and processing times.

By making the processed products available at the office or on a survey vessel during survey operations, CARIS Onboard helps improve survey efficiency by valuably reducing the turn-around time and helping to ensure that data quality and coverage requirements are met before leaving an area. Focused around the latest web map technology, the redesigned control centre dynamically controls and monitors the automated system.

Gurugram first to get GIS mapping

Gurugram has become the first city in North India to get GIS mapping done. This would not only become the base for water, sewerage, power and roads services, but also help in putting a check on criminal activities and unauthorised construction in the city. V Umashakar, CEO, Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority, recently said One Map Gurugram was being prepared by GMDA through taking satellite imagery to create a common infrastructure for government departments. He said resolution of 50 cm was being received through satellite imagery and after validation from drone mapping five cm resolution imagery would be received.

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)

Leave your response!

Add your comment below, or trackback from your own site. You can also subscribe to these comments via RSS.

Be nice. Keep it clean. Stay on topic. No spam.