The energy, enthusiasm and the inventiveness that is going into UAV* technology these days is truly remarkable. There has been a proliferation of manufacturers, suppliers, users and conferences promoting the technology. We have all seen stunning video clips and images taken from UAVs – the low altitude aerial perspective enables unique views of a wide sweep of surrounds as well as the foreground focus of attention.
In July 2012 I attended the ESRI International User Conference in San Diego and assisted a UAV manufacturer on their trade exhibit, fielding questions from potential customers of this technology. It was a revelation, not only because of the technology, but because of the reaction of the punters. I could see it in their eyes. Everyone wanted to do this for a job. “Get paid to have fun? I’m in!” Read more
The Garden of Unearthly Delights has become a major attraction in Adelaide during the February-March festive season. Many Fringe Festival performances are hosted inside the amazing venues present in the Garden. This magic place is celebrating its 10th anniversary. From a few tents in a corner of Rundle Park in 2002, the Garden has grown each year stronger, bigger and better and we can’t wait to enjoy what 2015 has in stock. Read more
Location scouting is a critical process in the pre-production stage of any filmmaking. While on-site visits cannot be replaced, aero3Dpro can provide a range of simulation tools and relevant location-based information to the producer, cut on-site cost and time and make the location manager’s job easier. This solution would be ideal to support the production of big budget movies and commercials.
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A growing number of Australian councils are currently acquiring 3D city models as an economical and efficient geospatial dataset for application including but not limited to emergency and disaster management, urban planning, assets management, tourism and cultural heritage. Read more