New Generation of tridicon® CityDiscoverer Released

New Experience in Jointly Analysing 3D City Models and 2D GIS Data from Diverse Sources

September 22, 2011 -- The new generation of the cutting edge 3D analysis software tridicon® CityDiscoverer combines the virtues of the current CityDiscoverer with a completely new user experience and more intuitive handling. Combining 2D and 3D data from different sources, visualizing and analysing them in a joint project becomes just as easy as putting together an office presentation.

To achieve this goal, the development team of GTA Geoinformatik GmbH has added an extended support for 3D geometry format conversion ( import and export of CityGML, OBJ, VRML, SHAPE, KMZ, DXF, ...) as well as for instance import of Open Street Map geometry, support for web services and more.

Still tridicon® CityDiscoverer comes along as a rather lightweight application with focus on high performance visualization of an unlimited number of buildings and very large areas of hundreds of km². GTA's advanced  streaming technology enables the visualization of large scale urban 3D environments without having to install a database or the need for sophisticated hardware.

3D analysis functionality like line of sight or shadow analysis, video generation and much more round off the experience as the perfect tool for urban planning, urban 3D visualization and the use of 3D city models in general. The free light version for a quick view on 3D data and for distributing visualization projects will be available at http://www.tridicon.de starting from INTERGEO 2011.

GTA Geoinformatik GmbH will present its full range of new pathbreaking software solutions for automatic creation and utilization of 3D city models 2011 at Nuremberg from the 27th to the 29th of September (Hall 7A,  booth G45).

About GTA Geoinformatik GmbH
GTA, founded in 1991 as geoinformatics company with its main office in Neubrandenburg, Germany, is one of the leading developers and producers in 3D city modelling technology worldwide. Main product is the software suite tridicon 3D which was developed over the last ten years, containing the automatic generation of 3D city models as well as automatic texturing tools and different solutions for the generation of almost any level of detail of a 3D city model.

GTA Geoinformatik GmbH also licenses out more than 200 digital 3D city maps for European and North American capitals and major cities.

GTA Geoinformatik GmbH

Managing director: Dr. Peter Lieckfeldt
Lindenstraße 63, D-17033 Neubrandenburg
Tel: +49 395 3581 142
Fax: +49 395 3684 424
Email: Email Contact
Internet:  www.tridicon.de
Marketing contact: Kathrin Hutton
Email Contact, Tel +49 395 3581 238



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