Intermap Technologies signs partner agreement with CyberCity 3D LLC

Intermap Technologies signs partner agreement with CyberCity 3D LLC


Denver, Colorado, 5 September 2006: Intermap Technologies, Inc., has entered an agreement with CyberCity 3D LLC to use Intermap’s elevation models in conjunction with ViewTec’s state-of-the-art TerrainView software to create precision 3-D visualization models of five California counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Sacramento, San Diego, and Ventura. The resulting models, named “3D Terrains,” will be available soon.

Each county, ranging in size from 945 to 4,752 square miles, will feature aerial imagery draped over Intermap’s elevation data that has a vertical accuracy of one meter or more. Users of the TerrainView” software may select from a wide palette of environmental attributes; including time-of-day, skybox, distant haze, volumetric clouds, and rain, snow, and wind effects to generate realistic scenes within these counties. They will also have the ability to create and save flight paths, points of interest, and take 3-D measurements of the displayed areas and features.

The combination of highly accurate elevation data and aerial imagery displayed using the TerrainView” application will provide government and commercial agencies with the ability to visually plan in three-dimensions on a seamless, county-wide basis, commented Eric DesRoche, Intermap’s senior vice president of strategic business development.

Intermap Technologies
Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Intermap enables customers to facilitate decision-making and create applications for numerous commercial, governmental, military, and consumer products through the purchase of uniform, accurate, and affordable elevation datasets.

CyberCity operating in Zurich – Switzerland and Los Angeles – USA, offers services and software products for the generation, management, editing, and visualization of 3-D city, terrain and facility models. CyberCity also distributes high-quality off-the-shelf 3-D city models, DTMs and True-Orthophoto (TOP), and highly detailed 3-D landmarks derived from terrestrial laser scanner data.