Level 2 3D Models of London
Level 2 Medium Detail 3D Models of London are available for sites anywhere within the M25.
Captured from the latest 2016 High-Res imagery, Level 2 3D Models are accurate to 50 cm in all axis. The 3D Model is very light and low poly. Buildings are captured with correct roof shapes of main structures with only chimneys, parapet walls and dormer windows omitted. Terrain is accurate to 20 cm and separated into land use categories. Trees locations (captured with correct height and canopy width) are also included.
The 3D Models are available in AutoCad solid .DWG, SketchUp .SKP and .FBX files for easy editing.
Available on 5 year, company-wide multiple use licence.
1 km2 Tiles from £1,000 + VAT
0.25km2 Tiles from £250 + VAT
Level 2 Models Specification
- Available in 0.25 km sq or 1 km sq Tiles
1000 x 1000 metres Tiles from £1,000 + VAT
500 x 500 metres Tiles from £250 + VAT
Manually captured from latest 2016 Aerial Survey
50 cm accuracy
3D model with all roof structures accurately captured
Accurate & Separated Terrain
5 year company-wide multiple use licence
Easy to use, available in SKP, CAD, FBX formats
3D Print ready
About Level 2 3D Models of London
2016 Source Imagery
The High Detail 3D Model is manually captured using stereo photogrammetry. The source photography and its associated data is from the latest high-res 12.5cm GSD imagery collected in September 2016. This gives the user the confidence that the most recent additions to the London skyline are included in the 3D model.
The Level 2 3D Model is accurate to 50 cm in all axis. All roofs features and structures are manually captured with correct shapes and slopes of all main roof features. The 3D Buildings models are light & low poly and displaying of the entire dataset is possible on standard PCs.
The terrain in the High Detail 3D Model of London is not flat. It is manually captured using the same manual photogrammetry method as buildings and is accurate to 20cm in all axis at curb level.
Easy to Use and Upgrade
The files are structured in 500 x 500m (0.25 km2 OS Tiles, allowing for easy editing of the areas you would like to work on without loading the entire model. It also allows for easy replacement of an area with higher detail / higher accuracy models, whether bought from us or from your measured survey.
Company-wide Multi-use Licence
We believe in innovation and affordable access to high quality data. The Level 2 3D Model licence is easy to understand and allows your company to use the model over and over again for 5 full years. View the End User Licence Agreement here.
3D formats to suit your workflow
The Level 2 3D Models are delivered in AutoCad Solid DWG, SketchUp SKP and Filmbox FBX formats for easy editing that suits most workflows. The 3D Model is easy to import into Revit, 3D Studio Max, Maya or Cinema 4D.
3D Print ready
The Level 2 3D Model is made with 3D printing in mind. Files are easy to print using most office and professional 3D Printers. Because the 3D Model is structured in tiles, you can easily build larger models using printers with smaller build volume.
How to chose the right 3D Model
The way our customers use the 3D models is almost always unique and the 3D model they chose depends on many factors beside budgets and required accuracy. The best way to fully evaluate our 3D models is to download sample.
Level 2 3D Model:
Mostly used in architectural competitions, context for BIM models, backgrounds for architectural visualisation, CGI, info animations, initial planning proposals, wider area 3D printing, home 3D printing, games and mobile application requiring low-poly models.
Level 3 3D Model:
Mostly used in planning, environmental and building consultancy services, development proposals, wind studies, context for architectural and BIM models, real estate, marketing, high-end architectural visualisation, CGI, animations & High-End 3D printing.