Combing various technologies, C95 Creative, a leading global architecture and design firm, created a smart digital city model of Ayacucho, Peru. The model was used by Patronato Pikimachay, a non-profit organisation, to inform the perception on reality and provide a georeferenced digital base for operations in the city.
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Underground utility detection and mapping is a growing market as surveyors, heavy construction operators and other professionals realise more and more the significant need for safer operations. The business of detecting potential hazards underground is also evolving with this newfound focus.
The fast-growing demand for real-time geo-information is also going to shape new business logic and meshed commercial models related to analytics and business intelligence concerns.
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