DbMAP 3D is a powerful, complete, easy to use software suite that provides an “on-the-fly” visualization of various data sources: manifold textures (aerial and satellite imagery), vectorial data, 3D models and LiDAR data. The suite comprises three main modules: DbMAP 3D Builder, DbMAP 3D Server and DbMAP 3D Flyer. DbMAP 3D Builder is a desktop application that easily and effectively allows building 3D dataset to be visualized with DbMAP 3D Flyer client.
The construction of the 3D dataset is an easy and affordable because of the “Workflow” wizard, which guides step-by-step the operator during all the stages of processing 3D datasets built with DbMAP 3D Builder can use multiple digital elevation models (DEM), various terrain images (texture’s layer) and vector layers, available in the most common formats. DbMAP 3D Flyer is a powerful 3D visualization client that allows to explore 3D datasets created and configured using DbMAP 3D Builder and distribute by DbMAP 3D Server on the Web.
DbMAP 3D Flyer benefits of the best 3D visualization techniques to provide an interactive and engaging experience, with simple and intuitive navigation, and with high performance for smooth movement and efficient data streaming. DbMAP 3D Flyer reaches unsurpassed levels of detail of the terrain mesh, even on very extensive zones and it is able to show detailed buildings at urban scale, huge quantities of vector data, and other informative layer.
DbMAP 3D Server is a set of server component, is the gate needed by the client application DbMAP 3D Flyer, during navigation. DbMAP 3D Server is able to efficiently combine various data sources “on-the-fly” (images, vector data, LiDAR clouds of points)DbMAP 3D Server offers configuration and authoring tools for maximum control over data publishing and over selection of informative layers over distributed services.
DbMAP 3D Server is able to connect and use geo-spatial database with the most common formats (Oracle Spatial and Locator, PostgreSQL GIS, MySQL GIS, and also simple shapefiles), it supports the WMS standard (OGC), and is easily integrated with existing spatial data structures.