Business Development

Augmented Reality, Business Development, Case Study, Digital, Landscape Architects, Planning, Rural Planning, True View Visuals, VentusAR

From Photomontage to Videomontage!


New media does not stand still for long. In order to support the move from photography to video in engagement and communication, Linknode are launching our unique TrueViewVisuals Videomontage service. We know that in the future, immersive realities will have a significant impact on our lives, augmenting our world with information curated for us by

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Buildings, Business Development, Planning, Rural Planning, Uncategorized, VentusAR

Edinburgh’s new Garden District development – what will it look like?


In the news yesterday, Murray Estates have been granted planning permission to build 6000 houses and leisure facilities on greenbelt land just outside Edinburgh. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-36436284  The image below represents an overview of the area the development is planned for.

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Apple, Business Development, Conferences and Exhibitions, Cross Platform, Digital, Heriot-Watt, iOS, Staff, Team Spotlight, Urban Planning, UrbanPlanAR, Xamarin

Staff Spotlight – Rufus Mall


Our latest team spotlight is our iOS guru, senior software engineer, Rufus Mall. Who are you and what is your role at Linknode? My name is Rufus Mall. I’ve been working as a Software Engineer at Linknode for around three and a half years now. The main skills I use of at Linknode are Graphics Programming and

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Business Development, Case Study, Customer, Digital, Grid, Solar, VentusAR

VentusAR Customer Case-Study: LDA Design


LDA Design use VentusAR to rapidly evaluate and clearly communicate projects.  LDA Design are an independent creative consultancy helping clients to deliver places which work well and provides design and landscape-led planning services to developers, landowners, communities, universities and government. As planners, LDA Design take a positive approach to securing consent, optimising the opportunity to

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Business Development, Collaboration, Digital, GIality, iOS, Positioning Systems

Drone Visualisation


An obvious extension to the first-person visualisation experiences that Linknode deliver is using the same technology to deliver remote visualisation. By that, we mean to take the visualisation solution (mobile tablet) that our existing users hold in the field, and change the camera location. This could be to get a different perspective on a project

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Business Development, Case Study, Collaboration, Conferences and Exhibitions, GIality

AGI Scotland – 2016


Last week (16 March 2016) was the annual AGI Scotland event in Edinburgh. Location is key to Linknode’s business – making information more relevant, accessible and understandable. The Association for Geographic Information is the profession for spatial scientists, geographers and GIS professionals and the Scottish program matched this variety. A couple of my highlights are

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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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Business Development, Collaboration, Digital, Planning, Policy, UrbanPlanAR

UrbanPlanAR Call to Action – We Need Your Data!


This week we launched our new UrbanPlanAR website, where we have stated a ‘Call to Action’ to possible partners and users. www.UrbanPlanAR.com UrbanPlanAR is a Linknode R&D project in collaboration with Heriot-Watt University School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society, and funded by Innovate UK, and will deliver an augmented reality solution for visualising proposed urban

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