Topographic data is part of a digital workflow and becomes an essential resource for new uses, new services, new applications.
This workflow includes
- the producers of the basic data
- all the traditional players who operate it (design offices, construction companies, community technical services, …),
- new players in the use of this data (infra networks, connected objects, asset managers, technical data platforms (DT / DICT), urban models, open data, augmented reality, mixed reality)
- those involved in updating the data
The traditional “topos points” are often replaced by point clouds from lidar surveys.
The acquisition is much faster, the data produced is precise, dense and comprehensive.
Their uses go beyond the simple topographical plan. The latter has less and less existence on its own; it is akin to a property of consumption, as opposed to point clouds which constitute a real resource.
- If it is established to design a project, the latter, completed, makes it obsolete.
- The advent of “simplified plans” calls into question its legitimacy.
- Network detection surveys are most often summarized in wire shape files.
GeoCassini dynamically exploits point clouds in a workflow dedicated to development of this resource towards new uses and new services.
GeoCassini’s unique workflow promotes dynamic updating and refreshing initial acquisitions: data quality and guarantee are becoming a major issue.
GeoCassini supports your digital transition with its topographic applications dedicated or connected (RezoCassini, Geo2cloud,…).