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Transform Aerial Photographs Into Realistic 3D City Models for Use in ArcGIS

Presenter: Mr. Kurt Rasmussen

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You can now create 3D city models that are kilometers in size with centimeter accuracy from photos for use in Esri's ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online.

The system automatically detects your local time-zone based on your computer’s settings and will display the relevant date and time for you.

ContextCapture is built for Esri users who are seeking to create precise, high fidelity 3D city models for use within their ArcGIS workflows. Automatically generate accurate, photo-textured 3D representations through photogrammetric reconstruction of digital photos taken from any device, camera, drone, plane, or mobile phone.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How simple it is to create accurate, high quality city-scale models.
  • How easily you can make this data accessible to both internal and external stakeholders, even within a Web browser.
  • How you can reliably use these models within ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online workflows.

With its flexibility, scalability and high performance, ContextCapture has become the standard solution for reality modeling at the scale of entire cities and territories.


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