We have created a waypoint navigation demo with Euclideon udSDK working inside Cesium, check it out, we can do the same for you.
Imagine a laser scan of the entire earth at 1mm resolution. That scan would be approximately 37 zettabytes of raw data (37 billion terabytes). Incredibly, Euclideon can visualise that volume of data in less than one second. Data size is no longer an obstacle in viewing your massive projects.
With seamless cloud streaming and tablet and mobile compatibility field technicians of all types can rest-assured they can have access to the same 3D data models that are being used in the office. This live digital twinning means comprehensive and uninterrupted end-to-end business workflows.
Version control and lack of full integration plague efficient business practice. With Euclideon, those challenges are easily overcome with a single source of storage providing seamless access to breathtaking visualisations of massive point cloud data, that can be streamed or stored locally.
Our capability to rapidly render massive data models, is all the more ground-breaking considering this can be done not just locally, but also from the cloud. This live streaming functionality is proving a game-changer for business’ seeking to manage high-performing business under any operating environment.
The technology sector is often in the spotlight for security breaches and lack of sufficient data handling protocols. Customers have a right to be concerned. With Euclideon, all your data remains your property, and yours alone. Everything is stored and handled exactly how and where you want it.
Organisations and employees often have very different browser and equipment needs and usage. A cutting-edge feature of Euclideon is its ability to operate on a diverse range of platforms with very low hardware demands.
“By comparison, with udStream, the fact that we were able to ‘fly’ the entire island, look around and see landmarks and other reference points, made them gasp. I always believe in spreading the word when I find something that is truly game-changing—this is definitely such a case.”
City of Richmond
British Columbia, Canada