POINT CLOUD FORMAT CONVERSION
The success of the 3D terrestrial laser scanning market has enabled an abundance of software companies to appear. The challenge with servicing a diverse marketplace of software lies in the number of data formats which exist.
The VERCATOR cloud offers the facility to export to multiple data formats; and if you've utilised another data service e.g. registration with us you won't be charged for multiple format conversions.
CONVERT YOUR DATA
Having your 3D point cloud data in the correct format for downstream processing can be a time and space hungry exercise. Data format conversion using the VERCATOR cloud has multiple benefits.
What can be a computer resource hungry operation on a local workstation can be streamlined by harnessing the high-level capacity of cloud computing.
Some data formats specified can be large in file size; storage in the cloud and the ability to share from the cloud can alleviate the challenge of physically handling this data at a local level.
The Reality Capture market is flooded with hardware vendors; likewise, there are a wide range of downstream software providers.
The VERCATOR cloud offers a wide range of data format compatibility at both input to the service and at export from the service. Ensuring maximum interoperability and minimizing downtime in data format conversions.
SHARE YOUR DATA
3D laser scan data is widely accepted as being a 'heavy' data format. It isn't uncommon for a site laser scan project to be terabytes in size. Traditionally we see operational delays incurred by transferring data sets from data capture specialist to client.
Holding your laser scan data in the VERCATOR cloud will enable greater flexibility in who can access and use the data and from where.
With the cloud there are no geographical boundaries. The cloud is a safe, secure, and transparent location for all your scan data, offering a world of infinite possibilities for you and your clients.
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