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Bring all your spatial data together
The Ada Platform combines geology, geo-civil and mining engineering data, geomatics, survey and GIS data, geotechnical designs, simulations and CAD, and real-time computer graphics into a mixed reality environment. Technical experts and other stakeholders can interact in this virtual environment from any perspective, at any point in time–past, present or future. See what was missed in two-dimensional views.
View Case Study examples of how our clients in applied earth science, engineering, mining, transportation and large-scale infrastructure leveraged virtual technology in their projects.
What are the advantages of shared, 3D virtual views?
- More effective stakeholder & community engagement
- Clearer executive, investor & regulator communication
- Streamlined project reviews and design workflows
- Compelling team orientation, onboarding or training
Smoother and more seamless collaboration
A new way to interact with 3D data
Holographic projections allow a natural way for users to interact with 3D data and its changes over time. Ada can show terrain and survey data, CAD designs, and numerical simulations with industry-leading clarity and at high resolution.
Above ground and subsurface data can be layered together, revealing connections that turn data into actionable insights.
Different measurements across time can be intermixed, demonstrating geographical forces to better inform feedback.
Move seamlessly from regional perspectives, to site overviews, to standing at the site in real-life scale. Users can experience and tour the data from any angle, switching between scenes and controlling the timeline of visualizations.
Create powerful, collaborative environments where multiple users can see and interact with each other and the holograms. Remote teams from around the world can work together, building common understanding for a shared project vision.
When our design engineers put [the headsets] on, they went off into a corner and we lost them for 15 or 20 minutes. They were actually talking with each other about design, which is fantastic as they were seeing things they can’t see themselves on plans and drawings on the desk. I certainly feel this kind of technology has a role to play, not only in stakeholder engagement, but in design in and of itself.Chris MacInnis, P.Eng. Crown and Indigenous Affairs and Northern Relations Canada.