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Android, Apple, Augmented Reality, B4itsBuilt, BIM, Collaboration, Future Cities, Future of Planning

We live in a 3D world


Blog first published on Future Cities Catapult http://futurecities.catapult.org.uk/2017/03/27/blog-live-3d-world/  We live in a multi-dimensional world and experience our environment through our senses. For most people, vision is the dominant way we experience the world. Our sense of orientation within a given context, location, and place is determined by an animated 3D model of the world that our

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Android, Apple, Augmented Reality, Buildings, Cross Platform, Digital, Planning, Uncategorized, Urban Planning

Future Cities :: Future of Planning


We are delighted to confirm that we have been selected as one of the shortlisted 10 projects in the Future Cities Catapult “Future of Planning” initiative.           https://smartcitiesworld.net/governance/smes-help-to-overhaul-uk-planning-1473 Our solution B4itsBuilt, mobilises citizen engagement through true visualisation. This project will extend professional, accurate, real-world AR experiences into the public domain for

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Android, Buildings, Buildings, Customer, GIality, iOS, VentusAR

VentusAR 5.0 Released


We are delighted to announce that this morning we released VentusAR v5.0 into the app stores. The release includes many new features across Wind, Grid, Solar and Building domains. The new features make the assessment and visualisation process on iPad or Android quicker and more efficient. To highlight a few: we have added new modes for

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Android, Apple, Customer, Feature Spotlight, VentusAR

The answer is blowing in the wind


How many times have you gone out to a site visit  – where more than likely – it’s pretty windy! You have your ring-binder full of wirelines, constraint maps etc. – you’re breaking your back trying to carry it, and your papers are flying about all over the place! Sound familiar? Well, we can help! With

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Android, Digital, GIality, HistoryLens, Staff, Team Spotlight, UrbanPlanAR, VentusAR, Windows Phone, Xamarin

Team Spotlight – Stewart Fullerton


Next up for our Team Spotlight is another of our software engineers –  Stewart Fullerton. Who are you? I am Stewart Fullerton What is your role at Linknode and how long have you been working here? I’ve been working as a Mobile Development Engineer at Linknode for nearly 4 years. I specialise in building Android

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Android, Apple, Buildings, Business Development, Customer, Grid, Rural Planning, Solar, Urban Planning, UrbanPlanAR, VentusAR

Assessing buildings onsite


Since 2012, VentusAR has enabled users to conduct onsite visualisations and assessments of onshore wind, solar and grid connections. Our latest buildings feature will provide users with the ability to assess the developments of buildings and houses. We describe this as assessing the impact of rural developments. (We have another product we are building to

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Android, Cross Platform, Digital, iOS, Xamarin

Your Phone has Attitude!


Sorry, this post isn’t about your phone or tablets bad attitude and the way it doesn’t let you do what you want – that’s just working with Android that does that. Instead, this post is about how we at Linknode use the sensors built into your device to understand the direction it is orientated to

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Android, Business Development, Cumulative, Digital, GIality, iOS, Planning, Release Notes, VentusAR

VentusAR 2.1 Released – Assessing Cumulative Impact


We are pleased to announce the release of VentusAR v2.1 for Android, iPad (and associated portal updates). This is a significant upgrade, allowing cumulative data to be purchased and used from our National Cumulative Dataset.  This dataset contains information sourced from local authorities about the status of wind turbine planning applications. We recommend updating the

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