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Imagination brought to life
When considering the idea of 3D city modelling, it can be easy to jump to the conclusion that this is just the latest trend in city management that is fuelled more by vanity than by practical applicability. This however is a mistaken conclusion, as the centuries-old practice of surveying, and in general gathering information for city management, have been serving precisely this purpose. The only difference now is that for the first time in history, the vision and understanding of how a city can and should be managed, is rendered not in the imagination of the experts and decision-makers but in real time on a computer screen.
Plan city growth effectively
There are innumerable questions that need to be answered in city planning and they are very often site-specific. Mapping of course has always served as a means to facilitate cooperation between experts and decision-makers but it is only now with the advent of 3D city modelling that all information gaps can be closed through near-perfect visual representation of the real world.
1100 sq. km
of cadastre mapping
electric distribution network surveying
public road network surveying
Identify key areas for development
The development of any city involves numerous considerations such as how the population will change and how a city must adapt to accommodate that new population level. By visualizing future development scenarios, city planners can easily build upon the existing city. Furthermore, 3D city modelling allows you to identify and prioritize development potential in a city such as when considering building height increases. Sites that are in need of redevelopment through government stimulus also become very visible. From assessing the development of infrastructure, to analysing how a new building will affect its surrounding areas, our service helps you realize your vision of a spatially enabled sustainable society.
Sustainable Smart Cities
Both developed and developing nations are still discovering the value of mapping ecologically vulnerable areas in order to sustainably manage forests and agricultural land. We can assure you that the future is already here and surveying services like our own are fast becoming indispensable tools of sustainable development.