Orbit GT Mobile Mapping Solutions

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Using Mobile Mapping ? Orbit GT has the widest portfolio and software solutions to get the most out of your content.

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Orbit GT Mobile Mapping Solutions

  1. 1. THE ORBIT GT APPROACH TO MOBILE MAPPING SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
  2. 2. CHALLENGE 1MANAGE DATA
  3. 3. GeoSpatial Technologies 1. Manage Data : Vision Where do we start ? There are many Data Captation systems out there ... Most probably having their own post-processing tools But what’s next ? Do we want to use Proprietary viewers ? Do we want to use Proprietary solutions for service providers and end users ? Do we want to restrict software and processing capabilities and use of data by the captation system ? If I would propose a proprietary viewer for orthophoto’s in relation to a specific camera, you would probably call me mildly retarded. Then why does this happen to Mobile Mapping data ?April 2013 4
  4. 4. GeoSpatial Technologies 1. Manage Data : Vision So how can we solve this ? Two options. A. Output must become Orbit GT chooses to do generic both some standards exist A? (LAS, laszip, equirectangular or We can’t force hardware providers, cubic panoramic image, ..) but we take OGC initiatives B? B. Import must become Today we support most systems generic out there, even self-made setups or adapted configurations. That’s up to the software Make abstraction of the captation systemApril 2013 5
  5. 5. GeoSpatial Technologies 1. Manage Data : Tools Now just how do we do that ? IMPORT flexibility towards a variety of imagery & point clouds ORGANIZE runs, projects, templates, library, metadata, document OPTIMIZE indexing, conversions, mr-pyramids, variety of tools to optimize access & boost performanceApril 2013 6
  6. 6. GeoSpatial Technologies 2. Manage Data : Tools The IMPORT Procedure guides you through the steps. It covers all data, import and conversion, optimization and organization The online Knowledge Base documents all details.April 2013 7
  7. 7. www.orbitgis.com/kb GeoSpatial Technologies 2. Manage Data : Tools For example : IMPORTApril 2013 8
  8. 8. CHALLENGE 2ACCESS DATA
  9. 9. GeoSpatial Technologies 2. Access Data : Vision Data Volumes are Massive High Server demands Manage High End versus Low End users Desktop / Enterprise / Web & Mobile GIS / CAD Content Integration Why use a viewer for e.g. LiDAR only ? What are the most valued deliverables ? Isn’t that geodata, vector, GIS content ? Well then, let’s bring that together.April 2013 10
  10. 10. GeoSpatial Technologies 2. Access Data : Tools The Solution is a proper Software Architecture Desktop workstation for smaller businesses Central Server for all storage Client-Server workstations for larger enterprise Remote clients and Get it into your workflow So let’s build an architecture that meets all of our needs, from low end to high end, single desktop user to corporate wide workflows, onto the web and mobile devices.April 2013 11
  11. 11. 12April 2013
  12. 12. GeoSpatial Technologies 2. Access Data : Single Storage, Multiple Use LiDAR Unlimited size, compressed, indexed No need for many seperate small files Imagery 360° images, equirectangular, cubic Planar images, calibrated or not Metadata Projects Index trajectory, hardware setup specs, ... envelope, calibrations, accuracies, ...April 2013 13
  13. 13. CHALLENGE 3EXTRACT FEATURES
  14. 14. GeoSpatial Technologies 3. Extract Features : Vision Extracting Features is not a single person job, so : Keep it simple Use the same procedures independent from content type Minimize phases : Directly into your workflow Directly into you CAD / GIS Isn’t it still the most important reason to use Mobile Mapping ? It’s about how we can improve the knowledge of the reality around us without having to go to the spot all the time over and over again. But basically, we still keep on drawing CAD or GIS maps. That’s why we integrate them.April 2013 18
  15. 15. GeoSpatial Technologies 3. Extract Features : Tools Asset Inventory Management Extract points, lines, areas Save directly into GIS layers or database Attribuate immediately Enrich with snapshot & relation to source Use a set of rules or formulas to include metadata, precision info and more Stand-Alone and Company wide GIS Layers can be directly exposed via WebservicesApril 2013 19
  16. 16. Single click, combine image and point cloudApril 2013 20
  17. 17. Document and annotate automaticallyApril 2013 21
  18. 18. Even measurement of a catenary curveApril 2013 22
  19. 19. GeoSpatial Technologies 3. Extract Features : WorkflowsApril 2013 23
  20. 20. CHALLENGE 4SHARE - PUBLISH - EMBED
  21. 21. GeoSpatial Technologies 4. Share - Publish - Embed : Vision Reuse your massive data to the fullest Publish to a variety of clients Desktop, Web, Mobile Device, Enterprise systems Embed in your favorite GIS / CAD host Create new revenue from your data Host your professional streetview WITH content Get it our there. No extra efforts, just configure it. The hard work has already been done !April 2013 25
  22. 22. GeoSpatial Technologies 4. Share - Publish - Embed : Tools Mobile Mapping Publisher Couldn’t be easier Control content, use permissions, traffic, ... Low Bandwith clients SDK’s to embed Flex API JavaScript API DotNet APIApril 2013 26
  23. 23. Publishing takes less than 2 minutes to completeApril 2013 27
  24. 24. Ready to go on the Web ...April 2013 28
  25. 25. on the Free iOS PanoViewer App ...April 2013 29
  26. 26. ... or embedded in a host ...April 2013 30
  27. 27. SO ...
  28. 28. GeoSpatial Technologies So ... ✓ CHALLENGE 1 : MANAGE DATA ✓ CHALLENGE 2 : ACCESS DATA ✓ CHALLENGE 3 : EXTRACT FEATURES ✓ CHALLENGE 4 : SHARE, PUBLISH, EMBED DONE.April 2013 32
  29. 29. GeoSpatial Technologies ICT-analysts: “Everything is Information” Project Leaders: “It’s about the Process and Workflow” To get results, one needs solutions that can organize the information in such“It’s about the Organization” Managers: a way that processes and workflows are optimized, efficient and effective. Sales Men: “We don’t sell tools, we sell solutions” CEO’s: “It’s about the result, not the technique” courtesy R. Takken, GIS-MagazineApril 2013 33
  30. 30. GeoSpatial Technologies Peter Bonne VP Business Development peter.bonne@orbitgis.comwatch the videos on youtube and vimeo www.orbitgis.com

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