Jan 14, 2016 -- The third fastest growing major city in the U.S. -- Charlotte, NC—has made it to CyberCity 3D’s City Library, the largest collection of its kind. Charlotte, nationally known for its sustainability efforts, is hosting Envision America this week, a workshop aimed at sparking smart city initiatives across the U.S.
CC3D's map of Charlotte contains approximately 20,000 “smart” buildings structures.
Aerial view of Charlotte in Infraworks 360 using CyberCity 3D Buildings, Artistry Courtesy of CartoConsult
The city has utilized the building data for a number of planning and “green” efforts such as solar potential, rainwater collection, tree canopy, environmental sustainability, auto-texturing the core downtown area, and community outreach. Here you can see the detailed rooftop geometry in our models, perfect for solar and rainwater runoff analysis:
City of Charlotte in Infraworks 360 with CyberCity 3D Buildings, Artistry Courtesy of CartoConsult
Our datasets also lend themselves seamlessly to line-of-sight analysis, as shown here in this screenshot from the Duke Energy Center to the Bank of America Stadium, home to Carolina Panthers.
CyberCity 3D Buildings Shown in Infraworks 360, Artistry Courtesy of CartoConsult
A global leader in modeling and streaming of 3D content for smart cities as well as those who build them, CyberCity 3D's core technology is its patented 3D modeling process. The southern California firm’s cutting-edge products and services include its high resolution 3D buildings, extensive 3D building measurement information, 3D streaming models, and enhanced 3D building footprints. Check out CyberCity 3D for more information and a quote.