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April 17th, 2019
Orbit GT releases 3D Mapping Cloud v19.4 supporting 3D Models and Hybrid Resources

Orbit GT releases a new version of its SaaS solution 3DMapping.cloud introducing 3D Models support and Hybrid Resources.

“As 3D Mapping and BIM grow closer, we now added support for 3D Models in 3dmapping.cloud“, says Peter Bonne, CEO of Orbit GT. “Customers can now create a 3D model library, organize categories, and blend these in any 3D or image view.  Again a great update for 3dmapping.cloud !”

Another great new feature is Hybrid Resources.  These resources are declared in 3D Mapping Cloud to be used as any other resource, however the data is stored in a different environment, e.g. Orbit GT’s 3DM Publisher (for on premise installations).  Hybrid Resources allow users to blend publicly available content with their own private content, even when not physically stored in the cloud.