GIM - September/October 2020

GIM - September/October 2020

The cover image is a site of a new apartment building. Kinematic 3D data allows not only quick documentation of the construction phase, but also a means to monitor the land use, terrain shaping and drain elevations, and to inspect the building foundation level and placement of the construction versus the permit and city plan. Read more on page 31

This issue contains the following articles:

  • P. 10 Interview with Felix Reinshagen, CEO of NavVis
  • P. 31 Fast Site Visits and Accurate 3D Mapping
  • P. 36 Emerging Web and Game Engine Tech for 3D Cities
  • P. 43 Advanced Urban 3D Modelling and Visualization
  • P. 52 Understanding Spatial Resolution

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