From Civil Engineering  to Public Engagement, interactive 3d modelling of the environment can dramatically increase understanding. We typically take existing data and/or survey the environment using a combination of 3d laser scanning, photogrammetry and drone footage to create a base model. This is then developed further with CAD models, user-interfaces to enable analysis, comprehension and the ability to try ‘what-if’ scenarios.

 

Example: The Environment Agency

 

Environment Agency - Sea Level Rise - Sussex Ouse Interactive Visualisation
Environment Agency – Sea Level Rise – Sussex Ouse Interactive Visualisation
Environment Agency - Sea Level Rise - Management Module
Environment Agency – Sea Level Rise – Management Module

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A topographical model of part of the South Coast, from Seaford via Newhaven and north to Lewes was created for the Environment Agency in order for them to inform the public about the issues of Sea Level Rise over the next 150 years.

A grid of height information for every 2m was used to create a topographical model, over which various layers of information were projected, including ordnance survey maps, aerial photography and flood level data.

Click HERE to see the interactive