share 360° and planar nadir, streetview, oblique imagery
share DSM and LiDAR point clouds online
define user credentials, multiple publications, server pool
share on the web, mobile devices, and integrate using SDK
Using the 3DM Publisher on-premises, you can publish your 3D data (Mobile, Oblique, Indoor, UAS, Terrestrial) from local servers and share it over the internet to web browsers, mobile devices, embedded viewers and integrations in enterprise or customer’s workflows. Unlimited volumes of planar/panoramic imagery and point clouds are supported.
The 3DM Publisher product exists of a Server Software Installation (incl. Manager Console), a webclient (flash-based or HTML5), API (orbit sdk), and available Plugins in Esri, AutoCAD Map, QGIS and Geocortex.
The 3DM Publisher comes with a user-friendly, online configuration console. This console contains a basic Import & setup tool for 3D Mapping content; combines 3DM projects, basemaps and other GIS data into “Publications”; allows control over Users, User Groups and their profiles; allows login-free Publication; allows logging of use; allows configurable web pages, direct link by XY or Photoname; defines connectivity by URL, Username and Password.
The access via a webclient for streetview planars/panoramas, UAV nadir and Aerial oblique pictures is included in the Orbit 3DM Publisher. Access your shared 3D Mapping data via any webbrowser. Use your login and password to view, navigate, overlay, measure and extract. Two different webclients (Flash-based and HTML5) are available for the 3DM Publisher on-premises. Please read carefully the production comparison list to check available features for each type of webclient.
If you want to integrate a plugin in your own workflow or work via a 3rd party software (Esri, Autodesk, QGIS, etc), have a look at our free 3DM Plugins (and API) for ArcGIS for Desktop, GeoCortex, AutoCAD Map, QGIS, etc.
Measure in 2 Images Measure in 1 image using Pointcloud (when available) Measure Point, Distance, Line, Area, Volume Multiple Results from Single Measurement Copy Results to Clipboard or Feature Layer
Get insight in oblique viewing angles and position with realtime footprint information. The overlay of the image footprint is the ideal way to navigate: keep your focus on predefined locations while zooming and panning.
Measurements can be made using a DEM or triangulation. Single-click measurements require a DEM. With the Measurements HUD, tools to measure coordinates, distances, heights, and areas are just one click away.
Improve your visualisation by adjusting the image brightness. Set your own view composition. And request the included metadata of your mobile mapping data.
Publish vector data together with Mobile Mapping data. Include WFS services in Publication. Dynamically switch on/off each layer on Map and/or Panorama. Adjust height for 2D data. Control vector data view depth. Control overlay transparency.
There is a dynamic overlay of the pointcloud, when available, on top of the mobile mapping image. Based on the pointcloud, single-click measurements can be done on the imagery.
Using the HTML5 webclient, there is a full 3d point cloud view available. Navigate easily through terabytes of point cloud data. Measure and extract 3d data based on any 3D LiDAR or DSM point cloud coming from Aerial, Outdoor, or Indoor Mapping.
Configure an Object Search for vector layers or a geocoding search plugin. Record a snapshot with the required metadata. Manage several years of mobile mapping data. Make objects selectable and request attribute information.
Position yourself on map and oblique images based on the synchronized hover position. Impress your clients with extended views. Take and save easily your oblique snapshot.
Pick optimal oblique at any viewpoint. Make sure the four oblique image views are synchronized and follow your position and zoom level. Both synchronization can be set separately.
When sharing data several intelligent measurement functions are available for the user. Measure and extract data in Oblique, Indoor, Mobile, and UAS Mapping publications. Measure points, lines, polylines, areas, volumes, and circles. Export and save the results after each session.