We are pleased to announce the highlights of the new v3.4 release of our virtualcityPUBLISHER, virtualcityMAP and virtualcityPLANNER.
 
virtualcityPUBLISHER v3.4

  • Use GeoJSON files and glTF models as data sources
  • Create 3D object layers simply from CityGML datasets (without the need for a CityGML database)
  • Colorize CityGML objects according to their feature type
  • Convert terrain models in half the time and benefit from improved loading times
  • Provide your virtualcityMAPs in different languages
  • Comprehensive documentation for the virtualcityMAP API that lets you program your web maps

virtualcityMAP v3.4

  • Experience the new pedestrian mode and go for a walk through your virtual 3D city model
  • 3D measurements are now available for Internet Explorer 11
  • Simple integration of virtualcityMAPs into existing WebGIS applications
  • Update to the latest version 1.37 of the CesiumJS framework

virtualcityPLANNER v3.4

  • The enhanced user interface makes using the virtualcityPLANNER even easier
  • The new drawing tool lets you easily add points, lines and polygons to your planning scenario
  • Extrude polygons to simple 3D volumes
  • Import point, line and polygon shapes from your GIS into the virtualcityPLANNER using GeoJSON
  • Export geometries that you have drawn in the virtualcityPLANNER as GeoJSON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Intergeo 2017 will open its doors from September 26th to 28th and we will be there as exhibitors as usual.

Exoplore our product portfolio for your future city marketing, city planning, 3D spatial data management, as well as urban simulation using 3D city models.

We are looking forward to your visit in Hall 3.1 Booth C3.033.

 

To put this motto of our client Berlin Business Location Center into a modern and intuitive application, virtualcitySYSTEMS has developed a new and innovative form for the web-based presentation of location-based topics: the virtualcitySTORY. The application was presented for the first time at the international real estate exhibition MIPIM in March this year, and received high user attention.

 

Based on a combination of web content, images and videos enriched with corresponding views of the Berlin 3D city model, the guided and interactive tour gives a comprehensive overview of Berlin’s most exciting future places for science and business that hold tremendous development potential. This way of presenting content together with location-based data helps to communicate the relevant information more easily and clearly, and provides a completely new user experience.

 

The application has been realized on top of our high-performance and flexible 3D web mapping technology and the 3D city model of Berlin.

 

virtualcitySTORY - Tell your own city stories

 

Tell your own stories in the context of your 3D city model. With our virtualcitySTORY, the geo-presentation and communication of your topics and stories comes into focus.

 

A virtualcitySTORY combines web and multimedia content such as texts, images or videos with the 2D/3D map layers of a virtualcityMAP to an interactive and easy-to-use application. By using your 3D city model, your content is put into its urban and spatial context and intuitively enriched with location-based information. A virtualcitySTORY can, of course, be displayed and used in any modern web browser.

 

Our comprehensive virtualcityMAP API gives you full control over the map content of a virtualcitySTORY in a flexible and context-sensitive manner. For example, when a user scrolls through your texts, camera flights or changes of perspective in the 3D city model can be triggered automatically, 3D objects can be dynamically styled or even exchanged, and 2D/3D map layers can be switched on or off.

 virtualcitySTORY Tell your own city stories

 

A virtualcitySTORY offers a great variety of new possibilities to use your 3D city model and spatial data, for instance, in supporting decision making, for communicating urban planning and designs, or for the transparent presentation of various facts about your city tailored to different target audiences such as citizens, companies and public administration.

 

Simply get in contact with us if you want to tell your own city story in an impressive way. We are looking forward to realizing your virtualcitySTORY together with you.

 

Start your 3D tour to explore Berlin’s Zukunftsorte

The 3D Solution Templates are a collection of FME Workspace Templates for the efficient processing of 3D data. Currently most workspaces focus on the OGC© standard CityGML, an exchange and storage format for 3D data.  The provided templates allow 3D experts to manage their 3D data and can be extended for specific use cases. 

 

The 3D Solution Templates have been jointly developed in a cooperation between the German companies con terra GmbH and virtualcitySYSTEMS.

 

 

Overview of all 15 available 3D Solution Templates


3D Solution Templates powered by con terra GmbH

 

This 3D Solution Template is powered by con terra GmbH  CityGML create building LoD1
This 3D Solution Template is powered by con terra GmbH  CityGML create building LoD1 with address and external reference
This 3D Solution Template is powered by con terra GmbH  CityGML create building LoD2 CityGML create building LoD2
This 3D Solution Template is powered by con terra GmbH  CityGML create simple city CityGML create simple city
This 3D Solution Template is powered by con terra GmbH  CityGML create solitaryvegetationobject with implicit representation


3D Solution Templates powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS

 

This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS  CityGML AdV Profile Create Building LoD1
This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS  CityGML AdV Profile Create Building LoD2
This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS  CityGML to 3D PDF
This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS  CityGML to 3D Shape
This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS  CityGML to DGN
This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS  CityGML to DWG
This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS  CityGML to Esri File Geodatabase
This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS

 3DCityDB Building Offset

This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS

 3DCityDB Update Attribute

This 3D Solution Template is powered by virtualcitySYSTEMS

 3DCityDB Multiexport* Require the additional This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. from virtualcitySYSTEMS

 

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Human, natural, and physical systems interact in space and time, and the digital systems in cities will become increasingly diverse and numerous, with many owners. Cities therefore need an open, vendor-neutral standards platform for communicating spatial and temporal data. Many of the longstanding technical boundaries separating indoor, outdoor, underground and atmospheric information have been overcome.

 

By demonstrating capabilities employed in a holistic urban planning scenario, the Future Cities Pilot will show how cities can begin to reap the benefits. The objective of the OGC pilot project is to demonstrate how use of, CityGML data and IFC data together can provide stakeholders with information, knowledge and insight which enhances financial, environmental, and social outcomes for citizens living in cities. CityGML is an open data model and XML-based format for the storage and exchange of virtual 3D city models. Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) are the open and neutral data format for an open BIM environment.

 

In the scenarios, the use of BIM models encoded in IFCs is mandatory for important building projects. The urban planningauthorities check the conformance with urban planning rules using an automated process. For verification, an analyst easily views the building project within the existing 3D model of the city. The BIM data is added to the existing 3D city model’s database, according to local city rules, with mappings to the various levels of detail. The BIM data is stored with links to geospatial data and BIM data.

 

City data navigation, search & reporting applications enable simultaneous queries across diverse linked data sources - the unified urban and social services. These data sources are maintained, as is the case in most cities, by different information systems in separate departments responsible for such things as housing surveys, socio-demographic data, collection and street cleaning, lighting, drainage, public roads, parks and gardens, transport and telecommunications networks, telephone, electricity, water and gas and various other city datasets. Linked data access to multiple legacy collections of spatial data is demonstrated in use cases involving environmental simulation, disaster management, and training simulation.