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1. DEM|DTM|DSM

Extraction of elevations for your 3D mapping workflows

2. Aerial Triangulation

Deriving 3D coordinates of the earth’s surface using aerial imagery

3. Stereo Compilation

Stereo Mapping for Accurate Digital Feature Extraction

4. Cadastral Mapping

Realizing Public Land Records that underpin a Successful Economy

5. Topographic Mapping

Underpinning Business and Decision-making Processes Everywhere

6. Planimetric Mapping
7. Indoor Mapping

Enabling Facility Management, Asset Operations, Maintenance and Indoor Navigation

8. Digital Twin

Enabling planning, testing and monitoring of physical, economic and community structures

9. 3D Modeling
10. 3D City Infrastructure

3D Models and Base Maps for Public Works, Transport and Civic Amenities Management

Digital Twin Data Solutions

Digital Twins are a prerequisite for any digital transformation

Enabling planning, testing and monitoring of physical, economic and community structures

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Magnasoft provides digital twin mapping services to create 3D digital replicas to plan, test and monitor their physical, economic and community structures. Creating a link between digital and physical spaces, they form the basis of IoT networks that connect smart devices, assets and people. More and more organizations, governments and industries are recognizing the value of Digital Twin solutions, which have become a prerequisite for successfully managing an organization and its assets, being able not only to predict their short-term success, but also showing complex spatial relationships over time.

Magnasoft Digital Twin Platform

Magnasoft uses the mCloud 3D Framework that uses digital twin software for urban, corridor and indoor mapping. This Digital Twin software platform delivers 3D maps in the required Level of Detail (LOD) using its proprietary processing tools and libraries giving our customers a wide range of future scalability, unlike other Digital Twin solution providers.

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Urban Mapping

Cities are faced with new urban planning challenges as a result of COVID-19 worldwide. For...

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Corridor mapping

A digital twin can also be a Smart Rail network or powerline. In this case,...

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Indoor mapping

Magnasoft is experienced in mapping industries, public & private indoor places using laser scanned point...

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Key Applications of Digital Twin Technology and Mapping Services

A Digital twin is simply a virtual replica of an existing asset, which converges real-world data with the virtual world to provide output in 3D form. They are produced by specialized digital twin companies that use digital twin software to realize such complex models.
Today, digital twins are primarily used for evaluating the asset and documentation purposes. But this is only the beginning: digital twins will be enablers for many new applications and technologies, enabling new experiences, products and services. One example of the potential of digital twin technology is their connection to the physical space through the use of sensors, which will generate real-time data for measuring the lifecycle of an IoT device. A digital twin enables creating and monitoring of large IoT networks that are directly connected to physical space – realizing a true smart city that monitors and corrects itself using Artificial Intelligence.

Magnasoft Digital Twin Services

Magnasoft provides digital twin mapping services to create digital replicas of physical assets to plan, test and monitor their physical, economic and community structures.

Digital Twin for AEC
Digital Twin for Oil and Gas/PPE
Digital Twins for Smart Cities
Digital Twin for AEC

Architecture, Engineering and Construction companies can benefit greatly from a Digital Twin. It enables the collection of all data and documentation produced during design and construction in an intelligent way so that it is not lost but can be shared among different stakeholders, enabling informed decisions and eliminating risk. Similarly, building operators and owners can use a digital twin to monitor the performance of one or more assets and take smart decisions for improved future performance based on key metrics from digital asset data.

Digital Twin for Oil and Gas/PPE

Digital twin technology enables Oil and Gas companies to monetize their assets in a better way, by using digital twins by testing new optimization processes before applying them to their physical counterparts, or predict the future through models or let the assets manage themselves through AI technology. Based on the outcome of testing virtual scenarios, an informed decision can be taken. It’s this combination of virtual and real assets, in combination with high-volume sensor data and AI solutions, that makes digital twin technology so powerful.

Digital Twins for Smart Cities

Digital Twins will play a large role in the realization and functioning of a smart city. In order for governments to improve living conditions, as well as creating new economic opportunities and revitalize the existing community in a city, a framework needs to be in place that allows for monitoring and analyzing the current situation. Digital Twins are a prerequisite for this. More specifically, cities are looking at how digital twins can improve current areas such as energy consumption, waste management, public safety, mobility improvements, and infrastructure management to make a city more economically, socially and culturally sustainable.

Why Digital Twins is a key technology

Digital twins can be seen as a way to connect indoor and outdoor spaces, providing a bridge between indoor models of physical asset models and their surroundings, resulting in an integral 3D experience of both.Currently, many new digital twin companies are emerging to help businesses making use of digital twin technology and perform digital twin mapping to create the digital replicas that form the basis for new sensor data infrastructure networks. Other emerging application areas for digital twin platforms are city planning, economic and community development, city-level administration, infrastructure maintenance, water supply and sanitation, property assessment and taxation, public health and waste management.

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