Tobias is a Senior Consultant in the Government Solutions team at Esri Australia and he has been using the ArcGIS Platform for working with 3D data. Toby is skilled in the manipulation of 3D datasets and, since acquiring his MSc in Remote Sensing and GIS, has worked with International, State and Federal clients to deliver 3D services. He has been involved in a variety of fascinating projects that use 3D skills, from modelling mosquito habitats in Gambia to simulating space junk.
3D GIS technology: Australia’s renewable energy future
3D GIS technology is helping a team from ANU map potential sites for a carbon-free renewable energy solution using a pumped hydro model that relies on wind and solar photovoltaic energy.
The top 3 trends in GIS technology: 3D, VR and AR
With greater collaboration and more advanced tools, the latest developments in GIS technology are bringing even more detailed visualisation and revealing new insights into maps and data.
Geoscape: Australia’s National 3D Dataset
See how Geoscape, Australia’s world-leading 3D Geographic Information System (GIS) dataset, makes maps with unprecedented detail and depth, creating new business and policy opportunities across the country.
Enterprise GIS data meets Augmented Reality
Augmented Reality (AR) adds even more detailed visualisation to maps and data. Find out how to bring your Enterprise GIS data into AR apps to supplement real-world views.
Big spatial data and Cloud computing
Recent advances in Cloud technology and distributed computing with GIS server software can significantly reduce the time needed to process big spatial data. See how the technology handles millions of geocoded address database records.
Virtual Reality for smart cities and urban planning
Virtual Reality (VR) is transforming the way citizens and city administrators interact with new developments, through the unique perspective of 3D models that show what the eye cannot see.
Gaining insights from multidimensional data
The world is a huge, constantly changing system that is as unpredictable as it is beautiful. Through advanced scientific technology we can record information about our planet in near real-time.