Check out how aero3Dpro 3D models of North Adelaide and Carrick Hill, South-Australia look like in Google Earth. Having access to additional layers of information and street-view makes the experience very enjoyable. I’m confident that what we do right now at a small scale will be the norm in the near future. Google is already on the way with their new 3D imagery. Read more
We are currently witnessing the emergence of a new trend in the geospatial industry: the use of aerial photogrammetry techniques to generate 3D models of our environment and a mainstream access to these new models/ 3D maps. 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.
Cultural heritage buildings and public arts are part of our history and culture. aero3Dpro provides high-resolution, spatially accurate and photo-realistic 3D models to support potential restoration efforts, creating digital archives virtual tours.
AEROmetrex has started acquiring some the most famous Adelaide public arts and buildings in Rundle Mall and CBD area. These unique 3D models allows people to virtually ”see” these objects from any possible angles.
aero3Dpro technology has created a large warehouse of 3D models for us internally. So we have been working on a few presentation aspects, bringing the models to web is possible via WebGL in the right browsers and we can of course print them using a decent 3D printer. The other very interesting way to present the models and the value they add to traditional orthophotography is using Augmented Reality. Using the camera in the now common place smartphones and tablets you can overlay the rich 3D models we have been collecting over any aerial image of the similar area. Read more
It wasn’t us!
Aerometrex wishes it to be widely known that it was in no way responsible for, or connected with, an incident involving a runaway UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, or Remotely Piloted Vehicle, RPA) in the northern Adelaide area in July 2012. The incident was fully reported in CASA’s safety newsletter and Flight Safety Australia under the title Intruder in the circuit . Read more
Bushfires have destroyed more than 100 properties in Tasmania.
Strong winds up to 70 km/h is making the work of firefighters more difficult to bring several big bushfires under control.
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
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