Being Proactive Wins New Business
Creating concept designs on the fly when sourcing new contracts and showcasing your preliminary analysis to a client very early on will instill confidence about your capabilities. It also helps in securing local government approval at later stages of the project when needed.
This is key to having your proposal accepted and your designs approved. Some examples of this maybe:
- Showcase angles that depict the best views of the project and avoiding the worst ones
- Visual impact of the proposed project itself on the real-world environment
- Interaction of the proposed project with existing terrain features
- Line-of-sight from varied points of view to the proposed project
Nearmap lets you showcase the above in your designs, perfectly blended into the real environment, and create winning proposals. All the above is enabled through near real time availability of survey grade data and helps engineers and designers be more effective at their work without ever leaving the comfort of their desk.
As GIS-CAD workflows become more advanced, relying on high-quality base maps and feature extraction will be the competitive edge going forward. Using aerial imagery and photogrammetry will produce up-to-date, measurable, and actionable designs that you and your customers can comfortably rely on. Unlike free data from other maps, which are typically updated infrequently with limited usability as a tool, premium photogrammetry from Nearmap is updated up to 3 times a year and covers more than 90% of Australia's population.
This imagery data is available in various output formats which means the data – whether it is a point cloud, orthomosaic tiff, or a 3D object – can be used in many of today’s design applications, including AutoCAD, Revit, InfraWorks, Civil 3D, ReCap, MicroStation, ArchiCAD, and more. Nearmap point cloud output presents BIM designers highly accurate RGB value for each point and elevation data: a realistic colorised 3D mesh for your design workflows.