This is Stina Andersson, Head of Surveying in Ängelholm with the City Hall of Ängelholm in her hands. In a nice article in Helsingborgs Dagblad Stina is interviewed about the future of 3D maps in her municipality.
The digital model of the building can now be used during upcoming renovations, rebuilding and maintenance of the building.
– Delivering a three dimensional image to the architect will now be easy, and it will also simplify their work, Stina says in the interview.
– You get a good starting point for your discussions. The 3D perspective is much richer than the ordinary aerial perspective. Its easier to show and to understand how a new building will appear.
What the view will look like from a certain floor and how the shadows will fall are other things that are easier to see in a 3D model than a with a traditional map.
The City Hall and it’s closest surroundings is the start of the coming 3D-mapping process in Ängelholm. It’s neighbor, the city of Malmö have a physical 3D model of the entire city center.
We’re proud to have processed the 6500 images taken of the building and delivered the digital 3D model to Ängelholm and look forward to future projects.
A few weeks before Christmas, as the first snow started to fall we captured this residential house. The owners had sold it, after living there for 30 years and wanted a memory, as well as a surprise for the new owners. The house owner, an expert in BIM and VDC with many years in the construction and real estate business and curious about new technology wanted his house in his hands. He thought capturing it with drone imagery and then 3D printing the model would be a great way of trying new technology and capturing a nice memory at the same time.
We set out to photograph the house with Johan from Tikab. Johan flew with the Inspire 1 and the X5 camera. As we started, conditions were great with a slight overcast. We don’t get much daylight in December this far north and after a little while the first snow started to fall. Besides capturing images to do a 3D reconstruction of the house, Johan got som really nice images of the house with it’s owners from above.
Last week we delivered the 3D-print in the manner of Spotnik and his team, i.e. jumping out of a car and handing it over to the house owner in the street. We’re still a small start-up doing everything ourselves, including deliveries 🙂 And as we get bigger I believe we will sometimes take the time to do that. Because seeing the face of someone getting a miniature version of their home in their hands is amazing.