We recently worked with Connon Design on the Easdale WwTW (Wastewater Treatment Works) project. This project is to support the construction of new plant buildings, access track and bridge on the Isle of Seil, off the west coast of Scotland. TrueViewVisuals produced the photomontages for the Scottish Water public exhibition. To produce the visualisations we had to
Following the recent launch of the new iPad Pro 12.9, we have decided to simplify our offering to our customers. The new iPad Pro features the A12X Bionic chip with a Neural engine. This will help transform how you experience our very clever augmented reality tools. You are now able to choose from one of our three licensing
After a very busy year, the team at TrueViewVisuals would like to thank our customers, suppliers and friends for all your support, and look forward to working with you in the New Year. Merry Christmas one and all. ( I think the boys can’t wait for the holidays, just to get away from my incessant
Following the recent launch of the new iPad Pro 12.9, we have decided to simplify our offering to our customers. Unfortunately, this means our pricing will increase slightly inline with Apple’s increased prices, however we are offering our current pricing until January 14th 2019. The new iPad Pro features the A12X Bionic chip with a Neural engine.
Provide an online gritter tracker website for your fleet this winter! Transport Scotland demonstrated the benefits of winter maintenance vehicle tracking in the winter of 2017/18. This year TrueViewVisuals, a TomTom Telematics Connect Partner, have created a service for local authorities. The Ayrshire Roads Alliance (South and East Ayrshire) are the first to demonstrate the benefits of online tracking. Current live vehicle locations and trails clearly show service provision and provide road treatment history maps are updated every minute. Why Track Gritters Online?
Green Cat Renewables Canada Corporation use TrueViewVisuals for Visualisations in Alberta Green Cat Renewables Canada Corporation (GCRC) provide specialist development support and consultancy services for renewable energy projects across Western Canada. The Canadian venture, which was established in Feb 2017, will draw on Green Cat’s significant experience of the renewables market in the UK, spanning
We often talk about our “very clever 3D Augmented Reality tools” but what does this really mean? What is it we do? TrueViewVisuals is an iPad based service and tools, that makes use of it’s sensors (GPS, accelerometer and compass) to produce visualisations of what a development project would look like – before it’s
Another busy year draws to a close, and everyone at TrueViewVisuals would like to thank our customers, suppliers and friends for all your support, and look forward to working with you in the New Year. Merry Christmas one and all. Here’s a wee game just for you! Enjoy 🙂
The visual impact of a Solar Farm is a key consideration in getting a development through the planning system. The Department for Energy and Climate Change specifically mention visual impact in their Planning and Practice Guidance for Renewable and Low Carbon Energy the visual impact of a well-planned and well-screened solar farm can be properly addressed within the
Scottish Natural Heritage have been trialling TrueViewVisuals and how it can be used when considering the potential landscape and visual impacts of various projects. Fish Farms For the purposes of this trial they looked at a fish farm development off the west coast of Scotland and explored how TrueViewVisuals (TVV) could be used to aid the assessment of