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
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.
Last month we took a trip to Lyon to test and demonstrate our French coordinate system support and terrain data. Lyon is the capital city in France’s Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region and third-largest city in France. Much of the old town is a UNESCO site of Outstanding Universal Value with millennia of history. This is complemented by the
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 were reminded today that the latest version of the SNH “Visual Representation of Wind Farms” came out of draft and was published last month (February 2017). Version 2.2 of the guidance is an iterative update following the major release update (v2.0) in summer 2014 and the v2.1 revisions in December the same year. A summary document
This week the research report “USE OF DIGITAL AND 3D VISUALISATION TECHNOLOGY IN PLANNING FOR NEW DEVELOPMENT” was published by the Scottish Government. This independent report examines the role and potential of digital imagery and 3D visualisation in the planning process in Scotland. Produced by the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen, it was commissioned to
Following the release of VentusAR version 5.2, which has enabled support for the Dutch co-ordinate system, we travelled to the Netherlands to welcome the team at Rom3D – a high end visualisation company – as the first international client of VentusAR.