Cloud mapping platform adds two data centres

July 3rd, 2018, Published in Articles: PositionIT

Orbit GT has opened two new data centres to boost the global performance for its 3D Mapping Cloud software as a service (SaaS) platform. By adding a data centre in the US and another in South-East Asia, the company can now guarantee higher performance for its users. After releasing several major upgrades to the platform, this adds improved user experience. The upgrade comes with new capabilities and pricing. The 3D Mapping Cloud covers a range of multi-sensor reality capture systems, including real-time fusion and CRS transformation. The company has now unveiled 100 GB free storage and five free guest users for all for their users. The platform is designed to host, process and share large volumes of lidar, imagery and other reality capture data, irrespective of how it has been collected. It supports high resolution mobile mapping as well as aerial oblique mapping, each with fully automated adapted viewer behaviour. Data can be shared informally using a one-click Bookmark function, or formally via the Publication function.

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