AccuCities has a proud record of supporting students and researchers with our 3D city data. We offer a large free 3D model of London that covers 1 square kilometer and smaller samples of Cardiff, Bristol and Dublin city models. Students and not-for-profit / research projects can get discounts of up to 80% off our library models as a standard. And of course, for projects that are of special interest to us we can go even further.
“From our perspective, Holicity is kind of a unicorn project – we see huge potential to disrupt and enhance our very industry.” says Michal from AccuCities. “Using large datasets to enhance machine learning so systems can better understand what they are looking at in urban environment? Of course we want to be part of it! I think Sandor has already agreed to release more data to be used in the project and there is a discussion about how to make the data available for subsequent R&D. I cannot tell exactly how things will pan out but any researcher or organisation that wants to build on this project should by all means contact us. In fact, guys behind this project are organising a Holistic 3D Vision Challenge (Plane Detection Track) @ ECCV 2020. If this is something you would be interested, do check it out.”
“Agree, do check it out and do speak to us.” adds Sandor from AccuCities “All the real-time automated remote sensing applications have issues and just don’t work well as a systems. Teaching machines to recognise objects might be the holy grail of AI Augmented and Mix reality applications. I don’t say this often but if you have any idea what we are talking about in this article, get involved and get in touch.”