Coastal erosion is the wearing away of land along the shoreline due to the natural removal of beach or dune sediments caused by wave action, wave and tidal currents, high winds, drainage and other human-induced causes of erosion . Rising sea levels, more frequent storms and cyclones are also increasing coastal erosion and are putting infrastructures, properties and people at risk. Read more
Our generation is living the 3D revolution. 3D digital environments can be brought to life using 3D printing techniques. Read more
Technology is evolving. Efficiency is improving. Risks are reduced. Times are changing.
The latest mapping technologies available include the use of UAVs, the creation of photorealistic and geographically accurate 3D models from photogrammetry and augmented reality solutions are slowly but surely changing the Australian mining industry. Companies who decide to take the challenging but rewarding step to embrace the future enjoy a competitive advantage in term of communication, productivity and decision-making processes.
New Royal Adelaide Hospital and South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute aero3dpro model update
Two aero3dpro 3D models of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital and South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute construction sites have been acquired and generated on the 7th September and 19th December 2012.
The pictures below show the comparison between these two photo-realistic and geographically accurate 3d models. It is now possible to observe a same area from virtually any location in space and allow accurate three dimensional change detection.
Welcome to the 4th dimension! Read more
Innovative, quick and efficient 3D techniques for the monitoring and change analysis of construction and industrial sites using aero3Dpro
Traditional ways of monitoring an industrial or construction site include the use of webcams, ground photographs and ground laser scanners. These techniques can be time-consuming, expensive and cause potential safety issues.
aero3Dpro brings a whole new non-invasive, quick and cost-effective approach of monitoring industrial and construction sites by using advanced aerial photogrammetry techniques to reconstruct complete 3D models. You will gain access to real 3D geospatial information and save time, money and energy.
Based on a 7cm very high resolution digital aerial imagery acquired with our UltraCam-X camera system and a 10cm digital surface model, this short video shows a simulated 7m water level rise in Bendigo, Victoria.