3D data specialist firm Euclideon has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest geospatial data platform, featuring more than 100 petab
3D data specialist firm Euclideon has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest geospatial data platform, featuring more than 100 petabytes of 3D data.
Euclideon will this month launch its visualisation-as-a-service (VaaS) platform, leveraging its high speed udStream 3D render technology which is able to visualise petabytes of data within a second.
With an ever increasing demand for bandwidth on our digital infrastructure, this move is designed to ensure a high-performance, resilient platform, allowing enterprises across multiple sectors to leverage 3D data in order to optimise business processes and develop new products and services.
The global geospatial analytics market was valued at $US58 billion in 2019. Fast growth of 14.2 per cent a year is predicted until 2027, when the market is tipped to be worth more than $US158 billion as organisations make increased use of 3D data, including their own IoT-sourced information. Applications range from business process optimisation, to smart cities, to the creation of digital twins.
Using 3D data to localise as well as personalise services opens the door to whole new classes of products and customer experiences for all sectors.
Early adopters of 3D data and visualisation platforms centre on transport, resources, military, education with a few new emerging sectors, while Governments recognise VaaS as providing an opportunity to streamline access to open data sets.
Daniel Zhang, Euclideon CEO, said “3D data represents the biggest big data. This is fundamental for applications such as digital twins or smart cities, and we are developing innovative tools and services to help maximise the value that customers can reap from their data.”
Euclideon’s Azure-based udCloud provides an on-demand cloud-based solution for managing, distributing and visualising massive 3D datasets. Euclideon udStream offers real-time, dynamic web viewing tools for unlimited streamed data visualisation on any standard desktop or laptop worldwide.