We are pleased to announce that XML3DRepo will be presented by Kristian Sons at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover. You can find us in Halle 9, E13. On show is the London Kings Cross station as a part of a system capable of storing and delivering version controlled 3D data. We are looking forward to see you at the booth!
Talking in 3-D: Discussing and administrating complex construction models via a web browser
Redevelopment of the London King’s Cross station and the nearby neighborhood was announced in 2005 and completed with a grand opening in 2012. The internationally well-recognized engineering services firm Arup, famous among other things for their work on the Opera House in Sydney, Australia, and the Allianz Arena in Munich, worked on this 400 million pound construction project. In the process, the area to the north of the station including 50 new buildings, 2,000 new apartments, 20 new streets and ten new public squares was being renewed. Thus, a great challenge was to ensure that all project partners had consistent, up-to-date data that could be visualized. Read More