Cambridge, UK, 13th July 2021, (www.1spatial.com) 1Spatial, the global geospatial software and solutions leader, are increasing the capability of their patented rules engine, 1Integrate, with added support for 3D data.
1Integrate 3.0 now supports full 3D data in its data stores, rules and actions. The updated data visualiser allows you to explore your data efficiently and freely in 3D, and validation and transformation capabilities process 3D data just as easily as 2D and 2.5D (2D data with heights). This means 2D & 3D integrated solutions can easily be created for asset, infrastructure, and facility management. This enhanced capability, available via an additional licence, will enable 1Spatial customers to more accurately manage aspects such as sunlight availability, noise propagation, building heat loss, solar panel capacity or building occupancy. These are typical requirements for facilities management, smart cities or infrastructure management sectors.
Seb Lessware, CTO for 1Spatial says, “I’m delighted that 1Integrate is levelling-up it’s capability to include full 3D data processing. We’ve always handled 2D and 2.5D data, but it is now possible to use the full power of our rules engine to validate and enhance data from a mixture of 2D, 2.5D and 3D data sources. This is going to help many of our customers as they start to consider 3D technologies and solutions such as digital twins and smart cities.”
Claire Milverton, CEO of 1Spatial commented, “With 3D data becoming more readily available, our customers are increasingly looking for ways to integrate verified and accurate 3D data into their processes, whether that be national mapping agencies wishing to integrate new data to enable more efficient planning for smart buildings and cities or utility companies for greater levels of solar power generation.
Through this and our ongoing product enhancements, we are committed to providing dynamic market offerings that utilise our world leading data management capabilities, enabling our customers to unlock the value of their data.”