Budapest in 3D

gyulaThis 3D mapping project and resulting geodatabase just may be the most impressive example of a state of the art asset management system anywhere in the world. More than 4700 km of road and street network comprising the City of Budapest, Hungary have been collected and processed to create a highly detailed 3D database known as RODIS.

TopoDOT is being used to speed up the data extraction workflow and in fact the project manager Gyula Fekete is going to be the keynote speaker at Certainty 3D’s TopoDOT User Conference May 9 – 13 in Orlando, Fl.

The overall scope of the project is amazing with challenges at every level from data collection to processing and data management. If you want to learn more please see the video below.


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