3D Repo wins MongoDB Innovation Award

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We are pleased to an­nounce that 3D Repo won the Mon­goDB In­nov­a­tion Award in the open source category.

“The Mon­goDB In­nov­a­tion Awards re­cog­nize ap­plic­a­tions that are trans­form­ing busi­nesses, en­abling or­gan­iz­a­tions to ac­tu­al­ize trends like Big Data and the In­ter­net of Things and at­tain im­press­ive scale and agil­ity. Mon­goDB cus­tom­ers, com­munity mem­bers and part­ners nom­in­ated hun­dreds of or­gan­iz­a­tions, tools and ap­plic­a­tions for the award.”

More cov­er­age at: http://​blog​.mon​godb​.org/​p​o​s​t​/​8​9​7​9​5​9​1​2​0​5​8​/​m​o​n​g​o​d​b​-​i​n​n​o​v​a​t​i​o​n​-​a​w​a​r​d​-​w​i​n​n​ers


UCL Bright Ideas Award

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We are pleased to an­nounce that 3D Repo has been short­l­is­ted for the UCL Bright Ideas Award. The present­a­tion takes place on the even­ing of Thursday the 27th of March in the Roberts Building.

More in­form­a­tion is avail­able at: http://​www​.ucl​.ac​.uk/​a​d​v​a​n​c​e​s​/​s​u​p​p​o​r​t​/​b​r​i​g​h​t​i​d​eas


XML3DRepo at CeBIT 2014

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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

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