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Date: October 13 - 15, 2020

Location: Berlin, Germany

Event: INTERGEO 2020

Description: Skyline will join over 700 exhibitors from 42 countries and 20,000 trade visitors from more than 100 countries at the world's leading expo and conference platform for geoinformation, geodata and future-oriented applications. 




On-Demand Webcasts

Virtual Trade Show Webinar Series

Part 2: TerraExplorer

TerraExplorer is a cutting-edge 3D GIS viewer and creator that provides powerful tools and a high-resolution 3D environment in which to view, query, analyze and present geospatial data. Join us in a deep dive into TerraExplorer with our in-house expert!

Watch the April 2, 2020 Webinar:

Skyline Software Systems Virtual Trade Show Series_ Part 2 TerraExplorer

Virtual Trade Show Webinar Series

Part 1: Natural Disaster Relief

Getting the best, most accurate, and timely information to emergency management officials is crucial to saving lives and property.
Join Skyline Software Systems, Inc Head of Technical Sales, Eatay Shechter and WaldoAir CEO, James Summerville as they outline the process of collecting raw images, processing data, and delivering an actionable, interactive 3D model into the hands of emergency management leadership.

Watch the March 25, 2020 Webinar:

Skyline Software Systems Virtual Trade Show Series_ Part 1 Natural Disaster Relief

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Webcast - Back to Reality: Plug and Play VR in the Virtual Twin Environment
Fortesque, NGIS & Skyline 

NGIS Webcast snipThe value of visualization, data integration and user-ease in the digital twin environment is deeply understood and appreciated in sectors like mining, infrastructure and planning, utilities, and smart city development. And as more and more industries adopt this technology the demand is growing for increased capabilities.

Geospatial visualization advancements are now enabling organisations to quickly integrate large and varied datasets to build precision digital twin environments that can easily be integrated with Virtual Reality technology. VR within your digital twin environment unlocks a world of operational possibilities including:

  • Induction and Training: Orient your team using virtual digital twins of sites, machinery, and hazardous situations before they are deployed onsite.
  • Show and tell: Share a VR tour of your operations with internal and external company stakeholders and allow them to gain a “smart perspective” of your environment.
  • Think in 3D: Real life is not 2D. Enable your clients and team members to make better decisions based on VR enabled digital twin environments that provide an immersible 3D space.
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Webcast - Interview with Project Geospatial

Adam Simmons from Project Geospatial talks with Eatay Ben Shechter, Director of Production Technology and Services at Skyline, to discuss PhotoMesh processing from UAV datasets, and how to create 3D Projects from the outputs in TerraExplorer. 


Webcast -
Gaining Deep Project Insights from 3D Aerial Imagery

Produced by ENR and sponsored by GEOMNI

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Learn how to reduce costs and improve project outcomes with deep project insights. Because of recent technology advances, today’s 3D LiDAR, Nadir and Oblique aerial images can be used to quickly tease out and report surprisingly deep and accurate information about project sites and surroundings.

These insights can improve estimates of costs for site prep, infrastructure upgrades, and environmental risk mitigation — before traditional surveys or site visits are required — or even properties purchased.

Discover how: 

  • Utilization of advanced imagery collection technology improves how project details are communicated with clients, allowing for more successful outcomes. 
  • Practical application of 3D imagery combined with multi-layered data sets provide unparalleled project detail and accuracy. 
  • The latest 3D geospatial authoring and dissemination tools have become a cost effective way to create, store, and share complex data when and where it's needed. 

Developers, planners, designers, contractors, and emergency response managers can use such insights to reduce the risks of uninformed decisions, unrealistic estimates, and unanticipated consequences.

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