Managing information from a geographic, map-based perspective has become common place in today’s business environment - but in many cases user expectations have grown beyond flat, 2D imagery.
Through a landmark partnership with earthmine Australia, MapData Services has opened the door to a new world of digital 3D maps and imagery – so clients can create a compelling ‘real-life’ digital experience that transports the user into a dynamic virtual world.
For a staff member in a government department, this could mean performing audits on council assets - such trees or roads - from their computer, without having to make a trip into the field.
For retailers - it could mean providing customers with an ‘augmented reality’ mobile app that creates a highly personalised, cutting-edge shopping experience.
Real estate agents could use the technology to virtually show prospective buyers around properties and neighbourhoods - without actually leaving the office.
The possibilities are boundless.
Highly accurate, panoramic street level 3D imagery of suburbs, cities and states Australia-wide.
Businesses can collect their own data - or tap into a pre-existing library of 3D street level imagery to create a visual experience unlike any other.
Unlike other imagery software solutions on the market, the end-to-end earthmine solution has plug ins for seamless integration with major Geographic Information System (GIS) technology, including AutoCAD and the world-leading Esri ArcGIS platform.
Users can easily navigate their geodatabase in 3D and layer spatial information on top of vivid real-world imagery to achieve a new and incredibly detailed perspective of a situation.
Find out more about the new 3D world that awaits you – call one of MapData Services’ specialists today on +61 2 8436 2800.
Technology partnership sparks new virtual world for Australian business
A new world of digital 3D imagery has been opened up to Australian businesses, following a landmark partnership between online data mapping specialists MapData Services (MDS) and 3D imagery experts earthmine Australia.